Collegiate Professor of Arts & Science |
Professor of Sociology | New York University

Articles

Some Additional Publications...

Surprising Support for gender-equal options

“Unpacking Americans’ Views of the Employment of Mothers and Fathers Using National Vignette Survey Data” (with Jerry A. Jacobs). Gender and Society 30 (June 2016): 413-441.

Adding sociaL context to psychological models

“‘Expansionist Theory’ Expanded: Integrating Sociological and Psychological Perspectives on Gender, Work, and Family Change.” Gender and Couple Relationships, edited by Susan M. McHale, Valarie King, Jennifer Van Hook, and Alan Booth. New York: Springer (2015).

Past & Present Frameworks for understanding family Life

“Changing Family Patterns and the Future of Family Life” (with Stacy Torres). Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by Robert A. Scott and Stephen M. Kosslyn. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley and Sons (2015).


Egalitarian Ideals & real world obstacles

“Falling Back on Plan B: The Children of the Gender Revolution Face Uncharted Territory.” Pp. 378-392 in Families as They Really Are, edited by Barbara J. Risman and Virginia E. Rutter (2nd ed., 2015). New York: W.W. Norton.

What's holding men back

“Time-Greedy Workplaces and Marriageable Men: The Paradox in Men's Fathering Beliefs and Strategies” (with Pamela Kaufman). In Men, Wage Work and Care, edited by Paula McDonald. London: Routledge (2012).

Processes & paradoxes of uneven social change

“Changing Lives, Resistant Institutions: A New Generation Negotiates Gender, Work, and Family Change.” Sociological Forum 24 (4) (December 2009): 735-753.


work-care conflicts & moral dilemmas of gender

“Moral Dilemmas, Moral Strategies, and the Transformation of Gender: Lessons from Two Generations of Work and Family Change.” Gender & Society 16 (1) (February 2002): 8-28.

overwork as a consequence of gender & family change

“Overworked Individuals or Overworked Families? Explaining Trends in Work, Leisure, and Family Time” (with Jerry A. Jacobs) Work and Occupations 28 (1) (2001): 40-63.