Sex and Gender

Lawson, D. W., Alami, S., & Somefun, O. D. 2023. 
"Gendered conflict in the human family. "
Evolutionary Human Sciences, 5, e12. Evolutionary Human Sciences, 5, e12.
Reid S, Wang V, Assaf R, Kaloper S, Gorbach PM, Shoptaw S, Murray AT, Cassels S. 2023. 
"Implementation and Validation of Location-Based Survey to Assess Geographic Network and Hotspots of Sex and Drug Use in Los Angeles County. "
 JMIR Formative Research 7:e45188 (PMCID: PMC10337421)
Kuhn, Peter and Kailing Shen.  2023. 
"What Happens When Employers Can No Longer Discriminate in Job Ads? "
American Economic Review 113(4) pp. 1013-48.  PDF  AER 
Verta Taylor.  2023.
"Review of "How Social Movements Matter""
by David S. Meyer. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2021 in American Journal of Sociology 129: 297-299.
Research Themes:
Budge, Jason. 2023.
"Are More Educated States More Gay-Friendly? How the Increase in College Attainment Promotes Acceptance of Gay Men and Lesbians."
The Sociological Quarterly.
Research Themes:
Shelly Lundberg and Alessandra Voena, eds. 2023
Handbook of the Economics of the Family: Volume 1, Elsevier, 2023: xv-xxiii.
Maria Charles, Roger Friedland, Janet Afary, and Rujun Yang. 2023. 
"Complicating Patriarchy: Gender Beliefs of Muslim Facebook Users in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia. "
Gender & Society 37:91-123,
Research Themes:
Budge, Jason, Maria Charles, Yariv Feniger, and Halleli Pinson. 2023
"The Gendering of Tech Selves: Aspirations for Computing Jobs among Jewish and Arab/Palestinian Adolescents in Israel."
Technology in Society 73:102245.
Reid, S. C., Wang, V., Assaf, R. D., Kaloper, S., Murray, A. T., Shoptaw, S., Gorbach, P., & Cassels, S. (2023)
"Novel Location-Based Survey Using Cognitive Interviews to Assess Geographic Networks and Hotspots of Sex and Drug Use: Implementation and Validation Study."
JMIR Formative Research, 7(1), e45188.
Cassels, S., Cerezo, A., Reid, S. C., Rivera, D. B., Loustalot, C., & Meltzer, D. (2023)
"Geographic mobility and its impact on sexual health and ongoing HIV transmission among migrant latinx men who have sex with men."
Social Science & Medicine, 320, 115635. 
Lundberg, Shelly. 2023. 
"Gender Economics and the Meaning of Discrimination"
Research in Labor Economics 50th Celebratory Volume, Emerald Publishing Limited, 2023, 50: 151-189
Research Themes:
Shelly Lundberg (with Richard Startz) 2022.
"The end of Roe creates new challenges in higher education"
Brown Center Chalkboard, Brookings Institution, August 9, 2022.
Research Themes:
Arenas, Erika, Graciela Teruel, and Pablo Gaitán-Rossi. 2022. 
"Time and Gender Measurement Invariance in the Modified Calderon Depression Scale, Health and Quality of Life Outcomes"
20, 100.
Research Themes:
Gary Charness (with Daniela Grieco). 2022.
"Creativity and Ambiguity Tolerance. "
Economics Letters, September, 2022, 110720.
Research Themes:
Gary Charness (with Wifag Adnan, K. Peren Arin, Juan A. Lacomba, and Francisco Lagos). 2022. 
"Which social categories matter to people: An experiment. "
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 193, January, 2022, 125-145.
Research Themes:
Gary Charness (with Lien Dao and Olga Shurchkov. Forthcoming. 
"Competing Now and Then: Experimental Evidence. "
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
Research Themes:
Gary Charness (with Anya Samek and Jeroen van de Ven). 2022. 
" A Survey on Attitudes Towards Deception in Experimental Economics. "
Experimental Economics, 385, April, 2022, 385-412. 
Research Themes:
Gary Charness (with Lucas Reddinger and David I. Levine). Forthcoming. 
"Can targeted messages reduce COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy? Results from a survey experiment. "
Preventive Medicine Reports.
Research Themes:
Roger Friedland, Janet Afary & Charlotte Hoppen. Forthcoming. 
"Patriarchical Sources of Male Abuse in Seven Muslim Majority Countries. "
#MeToo Movement in Iran: Reporting Sexual Violence and Harassment. London: IB Tauris/Bloomsbury Press
Research Themes:
Leila J. Rupp, Verta Taylor, and Shaeleya D. Miller. 2022. Pp. 579-90 in 
"Learning to be Queer: College Women’s Sexual Fluidity. "
Introducing the New Sexuality Studies, 4th edition, edited by Nancy Fischer, Steven Seidman, and Laurel Westbrook. New York: Routledge.
Research Themes:
Thébaud, Sarah and Maria Charles. 2022. 
"Who’s a Good Fit? Segregation, Stereotypes and STEM. "
Social Stratification: Class Race and Gender in Sociological Perspective, David Grusky, Nima Dahir and Claire Daviss, Editors. Routlege.
Research Themes:
Carmel Blank, Maria Charles, Yariv Feniger, Halleli Pinson. 2022. 
"Context Matters: The Gendering of Physics Coursework in Arabic-speaking, Hebrew-speaking, and Single-sex School Sectors in Israel. "
Sex Roles 86:620-33.
Lundberg, Shelly. 2022. 
"Gender Economics: Dead-Ends and New Opportunities"
Research in Labor Economics, forthcoming, 2022, 50.
Research Themes:
 Heather Royer (With Kelly Bedard and Maxine Lee). 2021.
"Using Longitudinal Data to Explore the Gender Gap for Academic Economists"
American Economic Association Papers and Proceedings.
Research Themes:
Thébaud, Sarah and Catherine J. Taylor. 2021.
"The Specter of Motherhood: Culture and the Production of Gendered Career Aspirations in Science and Engineering."
Gender & Society 35(3): 395-421.
Research Themes:
Arenas, E. 2021. 
"Gender, family separation, and negative emotional well-being among recent Mexican migrants"
The Journal of Marriage and Family
Anna Chatillon and Verta Taylor.  2021. 
"Gender and Social Movements. "
Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology, edited by Lynette Spillman.  New York: Oxford University Press.
Research Themes:
Kuhn, Peter, Kailing Shen and Shuo Zhang. 2021. 
"Gender-Targeted Job Ads in the Recruitment Process:Evidence from China. "
Journal of Development Economics.
Research Themes:
Gary Charness (with Uri Gneezy and Vlasta Rasocha). 2021. 
"Experimental Methods: Eliciting Beliefs. "
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 189, September, 2021, 234-256.
Research Themes:
Yang, Rujun, and Maria Charles. 2021. 
"Traditional Asians? Race, Ethnicity, and Gender Policy Attitudes in the United States. "
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 7:130–53. Special issue on Asian Americans and the Immigrant Integration Agenda.
Research Themes:
Lawson DW. 2021. 
"Are Men Animals? How modern masculinity sells men short. Men and Masculinities. "
Book Review.
Research Themes:
Lawson DW, Schaffnit SB, Kilgallen JA, Kumogola Y, Galura A & Urassa M. 2021. 
"He for She? Variation and exaggeration in men’s support for women’s empowerment in northern Tanzania. "
Evolutionary Human Sciences. 3: E27. 
Research Themes:
Leila J. Rupp, Verta Taylor, and Janelle M. Pham. 2021. Pp. 343-351
"Straight Girls Kissing: Heteroflexibility in the College Party Scene."
Routledge International Handbook of Heterosexualities Studies, edited by James J. Dean and Nancy L. Fischer. New York/Routledge.
Research Themes:
Alami, S., von Rueden, C., Seabright, E., Kraft, T.S., Blackwell, A.D., Stieglitz, J., Kaplan, H., & Gurven, M. 2020. 
"Mother’s social status is associated with child health in a horticulturalist population. "
Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 287(1922). DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2019.2783. 
Research Themes:
Delgado Helleseter, Miguel, Peter Kuhn and Kailing Shen. 2020. 
"The Age Twist in Employers’ Gender Preferences: Evidence from Four Job Boards. "
Journal of Human Resources 55(2): 428-469. 
Research Themes:
Charles, Maria. 2020. 
"Gender Attitudes in Africa: Liberal Egalitarianism across 34 Countries. "
Social Forces
Research Themes:
Wong, Yan Ling Anne, and Maria Charles. 2020. 
"Gender and Occupational Segregation. "
Pp. 305-325 in Companion to Women’s & Gender Studies, Nancy A. Naples, ed. Hoboken, NJ: W
Research Themes:
Chow, Tiffany and Maria Charles. 2020. 
"An Inegalitarian Paradox: On the Uneven Gendering of Computing Occupations around the World."
In Cracking the Digital Ceiling. Carol Frieze and Jeria Quesenberry, eds. Cambridge University Press.
Research Themes:
Yang, Rujun, 2020. 
"Varieties of Feminisms in Contemporary China: Local Reception and Reinvention of Liberal Feminism in Ford Foundation Projects. "
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society.
Research Themes:
Budge, Jason and Maria Charles. 2020. 
"Trends in Support for Stay-at-Home Mothering. "
Contexts 19(2): 71-73.
Research Themes:
Lundberg, Shelly. 2020. 
"Women in the economics profession: Challenges and opportunities along the pipeline. "
Introduction to Women in Economics, CEPR Press. 
Research Themes:
Thébaud, Sarah. 2019.
"How to Close the Gender Gap in Entrepreneurship.”"
Pp. 69-72 in New Visions for Gender Equality. Edited by Niall Crowley and Silvia Sansonetti. Brussels: European Commission.
Research Themes:
Small, P. A. & Major, B. 2019. 
"Crossing the racial line: The fluidity vs. fixedness of racial identity. "
Self and Identity, 1-26. doi: 10.1080/15298868.2019.1662839. 
Thébaud, Sarah and Laura Halcomb. 2019. 
"One Step Forward? Advances and Setbacks on the Path Toward Gender Equality in Families and Work. "
Sociology Compass.  
Research Themes:
Charness, Gary, with Catherine Eckel, Uri Gneezy, and Agne Kajackaite. Forthcoming. 
"Complexity in Risk Elicitation May Affect the Conclusions: A Demonstration Using Gender Differences. "
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.
Thébaud, Sarah, Sabino Kornrich and Leah Ruppanner. 2019. 
"Good Housekeeping, Great Expectations: Gender and Housework Norms. "
Sociological Methods and Research
Research Themes:
Nella Van Dyke and Verta Taylor. 2019. 
"Cultural Outcomes of Social Movements. "
Pp. 482-498 in Wiley Blackwell Companion to Social Movements, 2nd Edition, edited by David Snow, Sarah Soule, Hanspeter Kriesi and Holly McCammon. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
Research Themes:
Verta Taylor. 2019. 
"Tactical Repertoires of Contention. "
Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd edition, edited by George Ritzer and Wendy Wiedenhoft. New York:  Wiley Blackwell.
Research Themes:
Leila J. Rupp and Verta Taylor. 2019.  
"Drag Queens and Kings."
Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd edition, edited by George Ritzer and Wendy Wiedenhoft. New York: Wiley Blackwell.
Research Themes:
Shelly Lundberg (with Jenna Stearns). 2019.
"Women in Economics: Stalled Progress"
Journal of Economic Perspectives, Winter 2019, 33(1): 3-22
Research Themes:
Charness, Gary, with Catherine Eckel, Uri Gneezy, and Agne Kajackaite. Forthcoming. 
"Complexity in Risk Elicitation May Affect the Conclusions: A Demonstration Using Gender Differences."
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.
Verta Taylor, Nancy Whittier, and Leila J. Rupp. 2019.
"Feminist Frontiers."
10th edition. New York: Roman Littlefield.
Research Themes:
Thébaud, Sarah and Maria Charles. 2018. 
"Segregation, Stereotypes, and STEM."
 Social Sciences 7(7):1-19.
Research Themes:
Lawson DW & Gibson MA. (2018)
"Understanding ‘Harmful Cultural Practices.’ "
Anthropology News 59: 3; e219-e222.
Delgado Helleseter, Miguel, Peter Kuhn and Kailing Shen. 2018. 
"The Age Twist in Employers’ Gender Preferences: Evidence from Four Job Boards. "
Journal of Human Resources.
Research Themes:
Byrne, Janice, Salma Fattoum and Sarah Thébaud. 2018.
"A Suitable Boy? Gendered Roles and Hierarchies in Family Business Succession"
European Management Review. 
Research Themes:
Anna H. Chatillon, Maria Charles, and Karen Bradley. 2018. 
"Gender Ideology."
Handbook of the Sociology of Gender, Pp. 217-226, Barbara J. Risman, Carissa Froyum, and William Scarborough, eds. NY: Springer.
Research Themes:
Charles, Maria and Sarah Thébaud, eds. Forthcoming. 
"Gender and STEM: Understanding Segregation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics."
Basel: MDPI Press.
Research Themes:
Thébaud, Sarah and Maria Charles. 2018. 
"Segregation, Stereotypes, and STEM."
Social Sciences 7(7):1-19.
Research Themes:
Heather McGee Hurwitz and Verta Taylor. 2018.
"Women Occupying Wall Street: Gender Conflict and Feminist Mobilization."
Pp. 334-355. 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women's Political Activism. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Research Themes:
Lawson DW, Gibson MA. 2018.
"Polygynous marriage and child health in Sub-Saharan Africa: What is the evidence for harm?"
Demographic Research 39: 177-208.
Rios, V. M. 2017. 
"The consequences of the criminal justice pipeline on Black and Latino masculinity."
(Reprint) In Routledge Major Works Collection: Critical Criminology 
Research Themes:
Holly J. McCammon, Verta Taylor, Jo Reger, and Rachel Einwohner. 2017.
"The Oxford Handbook of U. S. Women's Social Movement Activism."
Oxford University Press.
Research Themes:
Charles, Maria and Amber Lopez. 2017. 
"Division of Labor, Gender."
Bryan S. Turner, Chang Kyung-Sup, Cynthia Epstein, Peter Kivisto, William Outhwaite, and J. Michael Ryan, eds. Encyclopedia of Sociological Theory. Wiley-Blackwell.
Research Themes:
Doering, Laura and Sarah Thébaud. 2017.
"The Effects of Gendered Occupational Roles on Men's and Women's Workplace Authority: Evidence from Microfinance."
American Sociological Review 82(3):542-567. 
Research Themes:
Holly J. McCammon, Verta Taylor, Jo Reger, and Rachel Einwohner. 2017.
In The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Women's Social Movement Activism, edited by Holly J. McCammon, Verta Taylor, Jo Reger, and Rachel Einwohner. New York/Oxford:  Oxford University Press.
Research Themes:
Stieglitz, J., Gurven, M., Kaplan, H., Hopfensitz, A. 2017. 
"Why household inefficiency? An experimental approach to assess spousal resource distribution preferences in a subsistence population undergoing socioeconomic change."
Evolution and Human Behavior 38(1):71-81. + SUPPLEMENT
Weeden, Kim A., Sarah Thébaud, and Dafna Gelbgiser. 2017.
"Degrees of Difference: Gender Segregation of US Doctorates by Field and Institutional Prestige."
Sociological Science 4:123-150. 
Research Themes:
Blair-Loy, Mary, Laura E. Rogers, Daniela Glaser, Y. L. Anne Wong, Danielle Abraham, and Pamela C. Cosman. 2017
"Gender in Engineering Departments: Are there Gender Differences in Interruptions of Academic Job Talks?"
Social Sciences 6(1), 29.
Research Themes:
Charles, Maria. 2017
"Venus, Mars, and Math: Gender, Societal Affluence and Eighth Graders' Aspirations for STEM"
Research Themes:
Leila J. Rupp, Verta Taylor, and Benita Roth. 2017.  
"Women in LGBT Movements."
In The Oxford Handbook of U. S. Women's Social Movement Activism, edited by Holly J. McCammon, Verta Taylor, Jo Reger, and Rachel Einwohner. New York/Oxford:  Oxford University Press.
Research Themes:
Lawson DW, Núñez-de la Mora A, Cooper GD, Prentice AM, Moore SE, Sear R. 2017. 
"Marital status and sleeping arrangements predict salivary testosterone levels in rural Gambian men."
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 3:221-240.
Kuwabara, Ko and Sarah Thébaud. 2017.
"When Beauty Doesn't Pay: Gender and Beauty Biases among Entrepreneurs in a Peer-to-peer Loan Market."
Social Forces 95(4): 1371-1398. 
Research Themes:
Thébaud, Sarah. 2016. 
"Passing up the Job: The Role of Gendered Organizations and Families in the Entrepreneurial Career Process."
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 
Research Themes:
Lawson DW, James S, Ngadaya E, Ngowi B, Mfinanga SGM, Borgerhoff Mulder M. 2016. 
"Reply to Rieger and Wagner: Context matters when studying purportedly harmful cultural practices."
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
Hendley, Alexandra and Maria Charles. 2016. 
"Gender Inequality in Education."
In Nancy Naples, ed. Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Wiley-Blackwell.
Research Themes:
Gurven, M., Costa, M., Trumble, B., Stieglitz, J., Beheim, B., Eid Rodriguez, D., Hooper, P.L., Kaplan, H. 2016. 
"Costs of reproduction and maternal depletion in a high fertility and mortality population."
Nature Scientific Reports 6:30056.  
Jenness SM, Goodreau SM, Morris M, Cassels S. 2016. 
"Effectiveness of Combination Packages for HIV-1 Prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa Depends on Partnership Network Structure: A Mathematical Modeling Study."
Sexually Transmitted Infections. Published Online First: 9 June 2016.
Thébaud, Sarah and Amanda J. Sharkey. 2016. 
"Unequal Hard Times: The Influence of The Great Recession on Gender Bias in Entrepreneurial Investment Markets."
Sociological Science3:1-31. 
Research Themes:
Thébaud, Sarah and David S. Pedulla. (equal authorship). 2016.
"Masculinity and the Stalled Revolution: How Gender Ideologies and Norms Shape Young Men's Responses to Work-Family Policies."
Gender & Society 30(4):590-617.
Research Themes:
Amin Ghaziani, Verta Taylor, and Amy Stone. 2016.  
"Cycles of Sameness and Difference in LGBT Social Movements."
Annual Review of Sociology 42:165-183.
Research Themes:
Spencer-Rodgers, J., Major, B. Forster, D. , & Peng, K. 2016. 
"The Power of Affirming Group Values: Group Affirmation Buffers the Self-Esteem of Women Exposed to Blatant Sexism."
Self and Identity. DOI: 10.1080/15298868.2016.1145593.
Research Themes:
Toren KG, Buskin SE, Dombrowski JC, Cassels S, Golden MR. 2016. 
"Time from HIV diagnosis to viral load suppression: 2007-2013."
Sexually Transmitted Diseases 43(1): 34-40. (PMCID: PMC4902572).
Cassels S, Camlin CS. 2016. 
"Geographical mobility and heterogeneity of the HIV epidemic."
Published online first July 8 2016. The Lancet HIV.
Thébaud, Sarah. 2016. 
"In Countries with Little Work-Family Support, Many Women Opt for Self-Employment."
London School of Economics Business Review. January 12. 
Research Themes:
Leila J. Rupp, Verta Taylor, and Shaeleya D. Miller. 2016.  
"Learning to be Queer: College Women's Sexual Fluidity."
Introducing the New Sexuality Studies, 3rd edition, edited by Nancy Fischer and Steven Seidman.  New York: Routledge.
Research Themes:
Shaeleya D. Miller, Verta Taylor, and Leila J. Rupp. 2016.  
"Social Movements and the Construction of Queer Identity."
Pp. 443-470 in Advances in Identity Theory and Research, Volume II, edited by Jan E. Stets and Richard Serpe. New York: Oxford University Press.
Research Themes:
Roberts ST, Khanna A, Barnabas RV, Goodreau SM, Baeten JM, Celum C, Cassels S. 2016. 
"Estimating the impact of universal antiretroviral therapy for HIV serodiscordant couples through home HIV testing: Insights from mathematical models."
JIAS: Journal of the International AIDS Society 19:20864. (PMCID: PMC4865806).
Rios, V.M. and Guzman, Melissa. 2015.
"Latino Youth and Criminal Justice."
In Morin, Jose Luis Latinas/os and Criminal Justice: An Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO
Research Themes:
Brady, L.M., Kaiser, C., Major, B. & Kirby, T. (2015)
"It's fair for us: Diversity structures cause women to legitimize discrimination."
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.57, 100-110.
Thébaud, Sarah. 2015. 
"Business as Plan B? Institutional Foundations of Gender Inequality in Entrepreneurship across 24 Industrialized Countries."
Administrative Science Quarterly 60(4):671-711.
Research Themes:
Charles, Maria, Corrie Ellis Grosse and Paula England. 2015.
"Is There a Caring Class? Intergenerational Transmission of Care Work."
Sociological Science. 2:527-43.
Research Themes:
Jenness SM, Biney AAE, Ampofo WK, Dodoo FN, Cassels S. 2015.
"Minimal Coital Dilution in Accra, Ghana."
JAIDS: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 69(1): 85-91.  (PMCID: PMC4424052).
Rios, V.M. and Sarabia, Rachel. 2015. 
"Synthesized Masculinities: The Mechanics of Manhood among Delinquent Boys."
In Pascoe, CJ and Bridges, Tristan Exploring Masculinities: Identity, Inequality, Continuity and Change. Oxford University Press. 
Research Themes:
Thébaud, Sarah. 2015. 
"What Helps Women Entrepreneurs Flourish?"
Briefing paper prepared for the Council on Contemporary Families. November 5. 
Research Themes:
David S. Pedulla and Sarah Thébaud. 2015. 
"Leaning in at Work and at Home: Why Workplace Policies Matter."
The Conversation. January 29. 
Research Themes:
Pedulla, David S. and Sarah Thébaud (equal authorship). 2015.
"Can We Finish the Revolution? Gender, Work-Family Ideals, and Institutional Constraint."
American Sociological Review.
Research Themes:
Wuff, Stephen, Mary Bernstein, and Verta Taylor. 2015. 
"New Theoretical Directions from the Study of Gender and Sexuality Movements: Collective Identity, Multi-institutional Politics, and Emotions."
Pp. 108-130 in The Oxford Handbook of Social Movements, edited by Donatella della Porta and Mario Diani.  New York/Oxford:  Oxford University Press.
Research Themes:
Hendley, Alexandra and Maria Charles. 2015.
"Gender Segregation in Higher Education"
In Robert A. Scott and Stephen M. Kosslyn, eds. Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
Research Themes:
Thébaud, Sarah. 2015. 
"Status Beliefs and the Spirit of Capitalism: Accounting for Gender Biases in Entrepreneurship and Innovation."
Social Forces 94: 61-86.
Research Themes: