2009 Kanter Award

2009 Winner

Pixley, J.E. (2008). Life course patterns of career-prioritizing decisions and occupational attainment in dual-earner couples. Work and Occupations, 35, 127-163.

2009 Finalists

King, E.B. (2008). The effects of bias on the advancement of working mothers: Disentangling legitimate concerns from inaccurate stereotypes as predictors of advancement in academe. Human Relations, 61, 1677-1711.

Song, Z., Foo, M., & Uy, M.A. (2008). Mood spillover and crossover among dual-earner couples: A c phone event sampling study. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 443-452.

Webber, G. & Williams C. (2008). Mothers in “good” and “bad” part-time jobs: Different problems, same results. Gender & Society, 22, 752-777.

2009 Top 20 Nominees

Bardasi, E. & Gornick, J.C. (2008). Working for less? Women’s part-time wage penalties across countries. Feminist Economics, 14, 37-72.

Davis, K.D., Goodman, W.B., Pirretti, A.E. & Almeida, D.M. (2008). Nonstandard work schedules, perceived family well-being, and daily stressors. Journal of Marriage and Family, 70, 991-1003.

Diamond, L.M., Hicks, A.M. & Otter-Henderson, K.D. (2008). Every time you go away: Changes in affect, behavior, and physiology associated with travel-related separation from romantic partners. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95, 385-403.

Dierdorff, E. C. & Ellington, J.K. (2008). It’s the Nature of the Work: Examining behavior-based sources of work-family conflict across occupations. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 883-892.

Ezzedeen, S.R. & Ritchey, K.G. (2008). The man behind the woman: A qualitative study of spousal support received and valued by executive women. Journal of Family, 29, 1107-1135.

Fagan, J. & Press, J. (2008). Father influences on employed mothers’ work-family balance. Journal of Family Issues, 29, 1136-1160. Fuller, S. (2008). Job mobility and wage trajectories for men and women in the United States. American Sociological Review, 73, 158-183.

Schultz-Lee, K., & Ono, H., (2008). Specialization and happiness in marriage: A U.S.-Japan comparison. Social Science Research, 37, 1216-1234.

Lincoln, A.E. (2008). Gender, productivity, and the marital wage premium. Journal of Marriage and Family, 70, 806-814.

Lleras, C. (2008). Employment, work conditions, and the home environment in single-mother families. Journal of Family, 29, 1268-1297.

Lyness, K.S. & Judiesch, M.K. (2008). Can a Manager Have a life and a career? International and multisource perspectives on work-life balance and career advancement potential. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 789-805.

Moen, P., Kelly, E., & Huang, Q. (2008). Work, family and life-course fit: Does control over work time matter? Journal of Vocational Behavior 73, 414-425.

Schieman, S. & Glavin, P. (2008). Trouble at the border?: Gender, flexibility at work, and the work-home interface. Social Problems, 55, 590-611.

Seery, B.L., Corrigall, E.A., & Harpel, T. (2008). Job-related emotional labor and its relationship to work-family conflict and facilitation. Journal Family Economics, 29, 461-477.

van Steenbergen, E.F., Ellemer, N., Haslam, S.A., & Urlings, F., (2008). There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so: Informational support and cognitive appraisal of the work-family interface. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 81, 349-367.

Stolzenberg, R.M. & Williams, K. (2008). Gender reciprocity: Work discontent and the household production of health. Social Science Research, 37, 180-201.