2007 Kanter Award

2007 Winner

Reynolds, J., & Aletraris, L. (2006). Pursuing preferences: The creation and resolution of work hour mismatches. American Sociological Review, 71, 618-638.

2007 Finalists

Carlson, D.S., Kacmar, K.M, Wayne, J.K., & Grzywacz, J.G. (2006). Measuring the positive side of the work-family interface: Development and validation of a work-family enrichment scale. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 68, 131-164.

Matthews, R.A., Del Priore, R.E., Acitelli, L.K., & Barnes-Farrell, J.L. (2006). Work-to-relationship conflict: Crossover effects in dual-earner couples. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 11, 228-240.

Press, J., Fagan, J., & Bernd, E. (2006). Child care, work and depressive symptoms among low-income mothers. Journal of Family Issues, 27, 609-362.

Witt, L.A., & Carlson, D.S. (2006). The work-family interface and job performance: Moderating effects of conscientiousness and perceived organizational support. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 11, 343-357.

2007 Top 20 Nominees

Chesley, N. & Moen, P. (2006). When workers care: Dual-earner couples’ caregiving strategies, benefit use, and psychological well-being. American Behavioral Scientist, 49, 1248-1269.

Cooke, L.P. (2006). Bargaining and risk of divorce in Germany and the United States. American Journal of Sociology, 112, 442-72.

Craig, L. (2006). Parental education, time in paid work and time with children: An Australian time-diary analysis. The British Journal of Sociology, 57, 553-575.

Crouter, A.C., Davis, K.D., Updegraff, K., Delgado, M., & Fortner, M. (2006). Mexican American fathers’ occupational conditions: Links to family members’ psychological adjustment. Journal of Marriage and Family, 68, 843-858.

Haines, V.Y., Marchand, A., & Harvey, S. (2006). Crossover of workplace aggression experiences in dual-earner couples. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 11, 305-314.

Johnston, D.D., & Swanson, D.H. (2006). Constructing the “good mother”: The experience of mothering ideologies by work status. Sex Roles, 54, 509-519.

Jurges, H. (2006). Gender ideology, division of housework, and the geographic mobility of families. Review of Economics of the Household, 4, 299-323.

Lee, K.S. (2006). Gender beliefs and the meaning of work among Okinawan women. Gender & Society, 20, 382-401.

Lyle, D.S. (2006). Using military deployments and job assignments to estimate the effect of parental absences and household relocations on children’s academic achievement. Journal of Labor Economics, 24, 319-350.

Mandel, H., & Semyonov, M. (2006). A welfare state paradox: State interventions and women’s employment opportunities in 22 countries. American Journal of Sociology, 111, 1910-1949.

Mattingly, M.J., & Sayer, L.C. (2006). Under pressure: Gender differences in the relationship between free time and feeling rushed. Journal of Marriage and Family, 68, 205-221.

Maume, D. (2006). Gender differences in restricting work efforts because of family responsibilities. Journal of Marriage and Family, 68, 859-869.

Pavalko, E.K., & Henderson, K.A. (2006). Combining care work and paid work: Do workplace policies make a difference. Research on Aging, 28, 359-374.

Strazdins, L., Clements, M.S., Korda, R.J., Broom, D.H., & D’Souza, R.M. (2006). Unsociable Work? Nonstandard work schedules, family relationships, and children’s well-being. Journal of Marriage and Family, 68, 394-410.

Van Hooff, M.L., Geurts, S.A., Kompier, M.A., & Taris, T.W. (2006). Work-home interference: How does it manifest itself from day to day? Work & Stress, 20, 145-162.