2015 Kanter Award

2015 Winner

Kelly, E. L., Moen, P., Oakes, J. M., Fan, W., Okechukwu, C., Davis, K. D., Hammer, L.B., Kossek, E.E., King, R.B., Hanson, G.C., Mierzwa, F., & Casper, L.M. (2014). Changing work and work-family conflict evidence from the work, family, and health network. American Sociological Review, 79(3), 485-516.

2015 Finalists

Brand, J. E., & Thomas, J. S. (2014). Job displacement among single mothers: Effects on children’s outcomes in young adulthood. American Journal of Sociology, 119(4), 955.

Gerstel, N., & Clawson, D. (2014). Class advantage and the gender divide: Flexibility on the job and at home. American Journal of Sociology, 120(2), 395-431.

Offer, S. (2014). The costs of thinking about work and family: Mental labor, work–family spillover, and gender inequality among parents in dual‐earner families. Sociological Forum, 29(4), 916-936.

Weisshaar, K. (2014). Earnings equality and relationship stability for same-sex and heterosexual couples. Social Forces, 93(1), 93-123.

2015 Nominees

Ashwin, S., & Isupova, O. (2014). “Behind every great man…”: The male marriage wage premium examined qualitatively. Journal of Marriage and Family, 76(1), 37-55.

Ciccia, Rossella, and Inge Bleijenbergh. “After the Male Breadwinner Model? Childcare Services and the Division of Labor in European Countries.” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 21.1 (2014): 50-79.

James, A. (2014). Work–life ‘balance’, recession and the gendered limits to learning and innovation (or, why it pays employers to care). Gender, Work & Organization, 21(3), 273-294.

Kearney, M. S., & Levine, P. B. (2014). Income inequality and early nonmarital childbearing. Journal of Human Resources, 49(1), 1-31.

Kmec, J. A., & Skaggs, S. L. (2014). The “state” of equal employment opportunity law and managerial gender diversity. Social Problems, 61(4), 530-558.

Lawson, K. M., Davis, K. D., McHale, S. M., Hammer, L. B., & Buxton, O. M. (2014). Daily positive spillover and crossover from mothers’ work to youth health. Journal of Family Psychology, 28(6), 897.

Matthews, R. A., Wayne, J. H., & Ford, M. T. (2014). A work–family conflict/subjective well-being process model: A test of competing theories of longitudinal effects. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99(6), 1173.

Maume, D.J., Rubin, B.A., & Brody, C.J.. (2014) “Race, management citizenship behavior, and employees’ commitment and well-being.” American Behavioral Scientist, 58(2), 309-330.

Proulx, C., & Le Bourdais, C. (2014). Impact of providing care on the risk of leaving employment in Canada. Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 33(04), 488-503.

van Steenbergen, E. F., Kluwer, E. S., & Karney, B. R. (2014). Work–family enrichment, work–family conflict, and marital satisfaction: A dyadic analysis. Journal of occupational health psychology, 19(2), 182.

Sweet, S., Besen, E., Pitt-Catsouphes, M., & McNamara, T. K. (2014). Do options for job flexibility diminish in times of economic uncertainty?. Work, Employment & Society, 28(6), 882-903.