Stephanie Moller
Stephanie Moller
Director, Public Policy Doctoral Program and Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina at
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Distribution and redistribution in postindustrial democracies
D Bradley, E Huber, S Moller, F Nielsen, JD Stephens
World politics, 193-228, 2003
Wealth inequality in the United States
LA Keister, S Moller
Annual Review of Sociology 26 (1), 63-81, 2000
Determinants of relative poverty in advanced capitalist democracies
S Moller, E Huber, JD Stephens, D Bradley, F Nielsen
American sociological review, 22-51, 2003
Staying back and dropping out: The relationship between grade retention and school dropout
E Stearns, S Moller, J Blau, S Potochnick
Sociology of Education 80 (3), 210-240, 2007
Work—family policies and poverty for partnered and single women in Europe and North America
J Misra, S Moller, MJ Budig
Gender & Society 21 (6), 804-827, 2007
Reconciliation policies and the effects of motherhood on employment, earnings and poverty
J Misra, MJ Budig, S Moller
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 9 (2), 135-155, 2007
Changing patterns of income inequality in US counties, 1970–2000
S Moller, AS Alderson, F Nielsen
American journal of Sociology 114 (4), 1037-1101, 2009
Envisioning dependency: Changing media depictions of welfare in the 20th century
J Misra, S Moller, M Karides
Social Problems 50 (4), 482-504, 2003
Race and gender differences in how sense of belonging influences decisions to major in STEM
K Rainey, M Dancy, R Mickelson, E Stearns, S Moller
International journal of STEM education 5 (1), 10, 2018
Growing the roots of STEM majors: Female math and science high school faculty and the participation of students in STEM
MC Bottia, E Stearns, RA Mickelson, S Moller, L Valentino
Economics of Education Review 45, 14-27, 2015
Teacher job satisfaction and student achievement: The roles of teacher professional community and teacher collaboration in schools
N Banerjee, E Stearns, S Moller, RA Mickelson
American Journal of Education 123 (2), 000-000, 2017
The relationships among high school STEM learning experiences and students’ intent to declare and declaration of a STEM major in college
MC Bottia, E Stearns, RA Mickelson, S Moller, AD Parker
Teachers College Record 117 (3), 1-46, 2015
Collective pedagogical teacher culture and mathematics achievement: Differences by race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status
S Moller, RA Mickelson, E Stearns, N Banerjee, MC Bottia
Sociology of Education 86 (2), 174-194, 2013
The politics of women's economic independence
E Huber, JD Stephens, D Bradley, S Moller, F Nielsen
Social Politics 16 (1), 1-39, 2009
Family policies, employment and poverty among partnered and single mothers
J Misra, S Moller, E Strader, E Wemlinger
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 30 (1), 113-128, 2012
Determinants of relative poverty in advanced capitalist democracies
D Bradley, E Huber, S Moller, F Nielson, JD Stephens
American Sociological Review 68 (1), 22-51, 2003
Smooth and rough roads to academic achievement: Retention and race/class disparities in high school
S Moller, E Stearns, JR Blau, KC Land
Social Science Research 35 (1), 157-180, 2006
Demographic characteristics of high school math and science teachers and girls’ success in STEM
E Stearns, MC Bottía, E Davalos, RA Mickelson, S Moller, L Valentino
Social Problems 63 (1), 87-110, 2016
Supporting poor single mothers: Gender and race in the US welfare state
S Moller
Gender & Society 16 (4), 465-484, 2002
High school course-taking and post-secondary institutional selectivity
E Stearns, S Potochnick, S Moller, S Southworth
Research in Higher Education 51 (4), 366-395, 2010
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