Stephen Sweet
Stephen Sweet
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TitleCited byYear
Data analysis with SPSS
SA Sweet, K Grace-Martin
Allyn & Bacon, 1999
3581999
Verbal/symbolic aggression in couples: Incidence rates and relationships to personal characteristics
MA Straus, S Sweet
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 346-357, 1992
2641992
From ‘work–family’to ‘flexible careers’ A life course reframing
P Moen, S Sweet
Community, Work & Family 7 (2), 209-226, 2004
2022004
Changing contours of work: Jobs and opportunities in the new economy
S Sweet, P Meiksins
Sage Publications, 2015
1742015
The work and family handbook: Multi-disciplinary perspectives and approaches
M Pitt-Catsouphes, EE Kossek, S Sweet
Routledge, 2015
1262015
Time clocks: Work-hour strategies
P Moen, S Sweet
It’s about time: Couples and careers, 17-34, 2003
1242003
Embedded career clocks: The case of retirement planning
P Moen, S Sweet, R Swisher
Advances in Life Course Research 9, 237-265, 2005
882005
Advancing a career focus on work and family: Insights from the life course perspective.
S Sweet, P Moen
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2006
772006
Gendered career paths: A life course perspective on returning to school
AJ Hostetler, S Sweet, P Moen
Sex Roles 56 (1-2), 85-103, 2007
752007
Two careers, one employer: Couples working for the same corporation
P Moen, S Sweet
Journal of Vocational Behavior 61 (3), 466-483, 2002
752002
Practicing radical pedagogy: Balancing ideals with institutional constraints
S Sweet
Teaching Sociology 26 (2), 100, 1998
721998
Integrating educational careers in work and family: Women's return to school and family life quality
S Sweet, P Moen
Community, Work and Family 10 (2), 231-250, 2007
702007
The family‐friendly community and its life course fit for dual‐earner couples
R Swisher, S Sweet, P Moen
Journal of Marriage and Family 66 (2), 281-292, 2004
602004
Explaining organizational variation in flexible work arrangements: Why the pattern and scale of availability matter
S Sweet, M Pitt-Catsouphes, E Besen, L Golden
Community, Work & Family 17 (2), 115-141, 2014
572014
Understanding fraternity hazing: Insights from symbolic interactionist theory.
S Sweet
Journal of College Student Development, 1999
571999
Charting new territory: Advancing multi-disciplinary perspectives, methods, and approaches in the study of work and family
M Pitt-Catsouphes, EE Kossek, S Sweet
The work and family handbook: Multi-disciplinary perspectives and approaches …, 2006
532006
Understanding diversity of families in the 21st century and its impact on the work-family area of study
SR Marks, M Pitt-Catsouphes, EE Kossek, S Sweet
The work and family handbook: Multi-disciplinary perspectives and approaches …, 2006
532006
Selecting and Assessing the Family‐Friendly Community: Adaptive Strategies of Middle‐Class, Dual‐Earner Couples
S Sweet, R Swisher, P Moen
Family Relations 54 (5), 596-606, 2005
422005
College and society: An introduction to the sociological imagination
S Sweet
Allyn & Bacon, 2001
42*2001
Dual earners preparing for job loss: Agency, linked lives, and resilience
S Sweet, P Moen
Work and Occupations 39 (1), 35-70, 2012
372012
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