David S. Pedulla
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Can we finish the revolution? Gender, work-family ideals, and institutional constraint
DS Pedulla, S Thébaud
American sociological review 80 (1), 116-139, 2015
Penalized or protected? Gender and the consequences of nonstandard and mismatched employment histories
DS Pedulla
American sociological review 81 (2), 262-289, 2016
The positive consequences of negative stereotypes: Race, sexual orientation, and the job application process
DS Pedulla
Social Psychology Quarterly 77 (1), 75-94, 2014
Race, Self-Selection, and the Job Search Process
D Pager, DS Pedulla
American Journal of Sociology 120 (4), 1005-1054, 2015
Material welfare and changing political preferences: The case of support for redistributive social policies
LA Owens, DS Pedulla
Social Forces 92 (3), 1087-1113, 2014
Masculinity and the stalled revolution: How gender ideologies and norms shape young men’s responses to work–family policies
S Thébaud, DS Pedulla
Gender & Society 30 (4), 590-617, 2016
The Hidden Costs of Contingency: Employers' Use of Contingent Workers and Standard Employees' Outcomes
DS Pedulla
Social Forces 92 (2), 691-722, 2013
Race and networks in the job search process
DS Pedulla, D Pager
American Sociological Review 84 (6), 983-1012, 2019
How Race and Unemployment Shape Labor Market Opportunities: Additive, Amplified, or Muted Effects?
DS Pedulla
Social Forces 96 (4), 1477-1506, 2018
Educational authority in the ‘‘open door’’marketplace: Labor market consequences of for-profit, nonprofit, and fictional educational credentials
NM Deterding, DS Pedulla
Sociology of Education 89 (3), 155-170, 2016
The family and community impacts of underemployment
DS Pedulla, KS Newman
Underemployment, 233-250, 2011
Making the cut: Hiring decisions, bias, and the consequences of nonstandard, mismatched, and precarious employment
D Pedulla
Princeton University Press, 2020
Emerging frontiers in audit study research: Mechanisms, variation, and representativeness
DS Pedulla
Audit studies: behind the scenes with theory, method, and nuance, 179-195, 2018
Beyond the Poverty Line
D Pedulla, R O'Brien
Stanford Social Innovation Review 8 (4), 30-35, 2010
Employment discrimination and the changing landscape of low-wage labor markets
D Pager, B Western, D Pedulla
U. Chi. Legal F., 317, 2009
To be young and unemployed
DS Pedulla
New Labor Forum 21 (3), 26-36, 2012
Penalized or protected? The consequences of non-standard employment histories for male and female workers
DS Pedulla
American Sociological Review 81 (2), 262-89, 2016
Nonstandard work and the job search process: Application pools, search methods, and perceived job quality
DS Pedulla, K Mueller-Gastell
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 5 (4), 130-158, 2019
The Positive Consequences of Negative Stereotypes: Race
DS Pedulla
Sexual Orientation, 2014
Non-standard, contingent, and precarious work in the" new economy"
DS Pedulla
Princeton University, 2014
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