Department of Sociology
Here are the Department of Sociology's 2012 Actively Funded Researchers:
(Left to Right): Kelly Balistreri, Monica Longmore, Susan Brown, Peggy Giordano, Wendy Manning, Kei Nomaguchi, and Kara Joyner.
Below are links to descriptions of actively funded grants and contracts for Sociology faculty:
Family Structure and Time Allocation: Mechanisms of Food Insecurity Among Children (Kelly Balistreri) Food Insecurity.
Counting Families: Household Matrices with Multiple Family Members (Wendy Manning and Kelly Balistreri) Counting Families.
Demographic Analysis of Low-Income Adults with Dependent Children: Implications for the Expansion of Medicaid (Kelly Balistreri) Low-Income Families and Medicaid.
Demographic Analysis of SES Stability & Well-being among Children of Immigrants (Kelly Balistreri) Immigrant Children's Well-being.
Effects of Couples' Money Practices on Work-Family Outcomes: Union Dissolution and Women's Labor Force Participation (Catherine Kenney) Couples' Money Practices.
Life Course, Relationship, and Situational Contexts of Teen Dating Violence (Peggy Giordano, Monica Longmore, and Wendy Manning) Teen Dating Violence.
National Center for Family & Marriage Research (Susan Brown and Wendy Manning) NCFMR.
Nonmaternal Child Care, Role Strain, and Maternal Sensitivity in the First Three Years (Kei Nomaguchi) Child Care and Role Strain.
The Timing and Circumstances of the Transition to Fatherhood (Kara Joyner) Transitions to Fatherhood.