Jennifer Glass
Jennifer Glass
professor of sociology university of texas
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Attitude similarity in three-generation families: Socialization, status inheritance, or reciprocal influence?
J Glass, VL Bengtson, CC Dunham
American Sociological Review, 685-698, 1986
The family responsive workplace
JL Glass, SB Estes
Annual review of sociology, 289-313, 1997
Housework, paid work, and depression among husbands and wives
J Glass, T Fujimoto
Journal of health and social behavior, 179-191, 1994
Blessing or curse? Work-family policies and mother’s wage growth over time
J Glass
Work and occupations 31 (3), 367-394, 2004
Gender, parenthood, and job-family compatibility
J Glass, V Camarigg
American Journal of Sociology 98 (1), 131-151, 1992
Family responsive policies and employee retention following childbirth
JL Glass, L Riley
Social forces 76 (4), 1401-1435, 1998
Coverage and effectiveness of family-responsive workplace policies
JL Glass, A Finley
Human resource management review 12 (3), 313-337, 2002
What's so special about STEM? A comparison of women's retention in STEM and professional occupations
JL Glass, S Sassler, Y Levitte, KM Michelmore
Social forces 92 (2), 723-756, 2013
Employer characteristics and the provision of family responsive policies
J Glass, T Fujimoto
Work and occupations 22 (4), 380-411, 1995
The hard truth about telecommuting
MC Noonan, JL Glass
Monthly Lab. Rev. 135, 38, 2012
The impact of occupational segregation on working conditions
J Glass
Social Forces 68 (3), 779-796, 1990
Household structure and labor force participation of black, Hispanic, and white mothers
M Tienda, J Glass
Demography 22 (3), 381-394, 1985
Parenthood and happiness: Effects of work-family reconciliation policies in 22 OECD countries
J Glass, RW Simon, MA Andersson
American Journal of Sociology 122 (3), 886-929, 2016
You can't always get what you want—Infant care preferences and use among employed mothers
LA Riley, JL Glass
Journal of Marriage and Family 64 (1), 2-15, 2002
Childhood religious conservatism and adult attainment among black and white women
J Glass, J Jacobs
Social Forces 84 (1), 555-579, 2005
Do workplace flexibility policies influence time spent in domestic labor?
MC Noonan, SB Estes, JL Glass
Journal of Family Issues 28 (2), 263-288, 2007
Ask and ye shall receive? The dynamics of employer‐provided flexible work options and the need for public policy
VL Brescoll, J Glass, A Sedlovskaya
Journal of Social Issues 69 (2), 367-388, 2013
The missing women in STEM? Assessing gender differentials in the factors associated with transition to first jobs
S Sassler, J Glass, Y Levitte, KM Michelmore
Social science research 63, 192-208, 2017
Housewives and employed wives: Demographic and attitudinal change, 1972-1986
J Glass
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 559-569, 1992
Parent-child attitude similarity across the life course
RB Miller, J Glass
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 991-997, 1989
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