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Julie Kmec
Julie Kmec
Professor of Sociology, Washington State University
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The determinants and consequences of workplace sex and race composition
BF Reskin, DB McBrier, JA Kmec
Annual review of sociology, 335-361, 1999
7371999
Hierarchical rank and women’s organizational mobility: Glass ceilings in corporate law firms
EH Gorman, JA Kmec
American Journal of Sociology 114 (5), 1428-1474, 2009
2652009
Minority job concentration and wages
JA Kmec
Social Problems 50 (1), 38-59, 2003
1612003
Setting occupational sex segregation in motion: Demand-side explanations of sex traditional employment
JA Kmec
Work and occupations 32 (3), 322-354, 2005
1482005
We (have to) try harder: Gender and required work effort in Britain and the United States
EH Gorman, JA Kmec
Gender & Society 21 (6), 828-856, 2007
1472007
Are motherhood penalties and fatherhood bonuses warranted? Comparing pro-work behaviors and conditions of mothers, fathers, and non-parents
JA Kmec
Social Science Research 40 (2), 444-459, 2011
1392011
Gender and discretionary work effort: Evidence from the United States and Britain
JA Kmec, EH Gorman
Work and Occupations 37 (1), 3-36, 2010
812010
The role of social networks in getting a job
LB Trimble, JA Kmec
Sociology Compass 5 (2), 165-178, 2011
752011
Ties that bind? Race and networks in job turnover
JA Kmec
Social Problems 54 (4), 483-503, 2007
752007
Making gender fit and “correcting” gender misfits: Sex segregated employment and the nonsearch process
JA Kmec, S McDonald, LB Trimble
Gender & Society 24 (2), 213-236, 2010
672010
Neighborhood socioeconomic conditions as moderators of family resource transmission: High school completion among at-risk youth
MJ Fischer, JA Kmec
Sociological Perspectives 47 (4), 507-527, 2004
652004
Human resource structures: Reducing discrimination or raising rights awareness?
E Hirsh, JA Kmec
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 48 (3), 512-532, 2009
612009
Reinterpreting the gender gap in household pro-environmental behaviour
EH Kennedy, J Kmec
Environmental Sociology 4 (3), 299-310, 2018
532018
Does it pay to have a network contact? Social network ties, workplace racial context, and pay outcomes
JA Kmec, LB Trimble
Social Science Research 38 (2), 266-278, 2009
492009
Not ideal: The association between working anything but full time and perceived unfair treatment
JA Kmec, LT O’Connor, S Schieman
Work and Occupations 41 (1), 63-85, 2014
442014
Multiple aspects of work-family conflict
JA Kmec
Sociological Focus 32 (3), 265-285, 1999
441999
White hiring agents’ organizational practices and out-group hiring
JA Kmec
Social Science Research 35 (3), 668-701, 2006
412006
The process of sex segregation in a gender-typed field: The case of male nurses
JA Kmec
Sociological Perspectives 51 (2), 259-279, 2008
402008
Being a parent or having a parent? The perceived employability of men and women who take employment leave
JA Kmec, ML Huffman, AM Penner
American Behavioral Scientist 58 (3), 453-472, 2014
392014
The “state” of equal employment opportunity law and managerial gender diversity
JA Kmec, SL Skaggs
Social Problems 61 (4), 530-558, 2014
272014
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