Center for Family and Demographic Research
Associate Professor of Sociology, Miami University
Ph.D., Bowling Green State University, 2004
Dr. Bulanda's research interests include family structure, parenting, and child well-being.
Bulanda, R. E. & Stephen Lippmann. (2012). The timing of childbirth and family-to-work conflict. Sociological Focus, 45, 185-202.
Schroeder, R.D., Bulanda, R.E., Giordano, P.C., & Cernkovich, S.A. (2010). Parenting and adult criminality: An examination of direct and indirect effects by race. Journal of Adolescent Research, 25(1), 64-98.
Bulanda, R.E. (2010). Poverty and parenting style among Black married couples. In C. Green & R. Coles (Eds.), The myth of the missing Black father. (pp. 47-64). Columbia University Press.
Lippmann, S., Bulanda, R.E., & Wagenaar, T.C. (2009). Student entitlement. College Teaching, 57(4), 197-204.
Bulanda, R.E. & Majumdar, D. (2009). Perceived parent–child relations and adolescent self-esteem. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 18(2), 203-212.
Bulanda, R.E. & Lippmann, S. (2009). Wrinkles in parental time with children: Gender, work, family structure, and gender. Michigan Family Review, 13, 5-20.
Bulanda, R.E. (2008). Beyond provisions: The relationship between poverty status and parenting among single mothers. Marriage and Family Review, 42, 63-86.
Bulanda, R.E., & Manning, W.D. (2008). Parental cohabitation experiences and adolescent behavioral outcomes. Population Research and Policy Review, 27, 593-618.