Center for Families

2004 Kanter NOminees

2004 Winner
Mattingly, M. J., & Bianchi, S. M.  (2003).  Gender differences in the quantity and quality free time: the U.S. experience.  Social Forces, 81(3), 999-1030.

2004 Finalists
Bittman, M., England, P., Folbre, N., Sayer, L., & Matheson, G.  (2003).  When does gender trump money?  Bargaining and time in household work.  American Journal of Sociology, 109(1), 186-214.

Dominguez, S. & Watkins, C.  (2003).  Creating networks for survival and mobility: Social capital among African American and Latin American low-income mothers.  Social Problems, 50(1), 111-135.

Rogers, S. J. & May, D. C.  (2003).  Spillover between marital quality and job satisfaction: long-term patterns and gender differences.  Journal of Marriage and Family, 65, 482-495.

Rothbard, N. P. & Edwards, J. R.  (2003).  Investment in work and family roles: A test of identity and utilitarian motives.  Personnel Psychology, 56(3), 699-730.

2004 Top 20 Nominees
Anderson, D. J., Binder, M., & Krause, K.  (2003).  The motherhood wage penalty revisited:  experience, heterogeneity, work effort, and work-schedule flexibility.  Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 56(2), 273-294.

Arthur, M. M.  (2003).  Share price reactions to work-family initiatives: an institutional perspective.  Academy of Management Journal, 46(4), 497-505.

Avellar, S. & Smock, P. J.  (2003).  Has the price of motherhood declined over time?  A cross-cohort comparison of the motherhood wage penalty.  Journal of Marriage and Family, 65, 597-607.

Greenhaus, J. H., Collins, K. M., & Shaw, J. D.  (2003).  The relation between work-family balance and quality of life.  Journal of Vocational Behavior, 63(3), 510-531.

Grzywacz, J. G. & Bass, B. L.  (2003).  Work, family, and mental health: testing different models of work-family fit.  Journal of Marriage and Family, 65, 248-262.

Haney, L. & March, M.  (2003).  Married fathers and caring daddies: welfare reform and discursive politics of paternity.  Social Problems, 50(4), 461-481.

Kelly, E. L.  (2003).  The strange history of employer-sponsored child care: Interested actors, uncertainty, and the transformation of law in organizational fields.  American Journal of Sociology, 109(3), 606-649.

Newman, K. S. & Chin, M. M.  (2003).  High stakes: time poverty, testing, and the children of the working poor.  Qualitative Sociology, 26(1), 3-34.

Ondrich, J., Spiess, C. K., Yang, Q., & Wagner, G. G.  (2003).  The liberalization of maternity leave policy and the return to work after childbirth in Germany.  Review of Economics of the Household, 1, 77-110.

Pratt, M. G. & Rosa, J. A.  (2003).  Transforming work-family conflict into commitment in the network marketing organizations.  Academy of Management Journal, 46(4), 395-418.
Stier, H. & Lewin-Epstein, N.  (2003).  Time to work: A comparative analysis of preferences for working hours.  Work and Occupations, 30(3), 302-326.

Ward-Griffin, C. & Marshall, V. W.  (2003).  Reconceptualizing the relationship between “public” and “private” eldercare.  Journal of Aging Studies, 17, 189-208.

Williamson, J. B. & McNamara, T. K.  (2003).  Interrupted trajectories and labor force participation.  Research On Aging, 25(2), 87-121.

Willson, A. E.  (2003).  Race and women's income trajectories: Employment, marriage, and income security over the life course.  Social Problems, 50(1), 87-110.

Wood, S. J., De Menezes, L., & Lasaosa, A.  (2003).  Family-friendly management in Great Britain: testing various perspectives.  Industrial Relations, 42(2), 221-250.

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