Session 94:
Gendered Contexts, Gendered Implications: Demographic Processes in Family, School, and Work in the U.S.

Thursday, May 1
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
5th Floor

Discussant: Claudia Buchmann, Ohio State University
Chair: Andrew Penner, University of California, Irvine

  1. The Accumulation of (Dis)Advantage: Dynamics of the Wage Effect of Marriage over the Life Course for Men and WomenSiwei Cheng, University of Michigan

  2. Postsecondary Enrollment of Immigrant Boys and Girls: The Effect of Family Contexts in the Transition to AdulthoodHaruna M. Fukui, Arizona State University; Jennifer E. Glick, Arizona State University

  3. Habits That Make, Habits That Break: Early Childhood Behavior Problems and the Gender Gap in Education in the United StatesJayanti Owens, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  4. Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Backlash in the Labor MarketMarina M. Gorsuch, Duke University

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