Joya Misra
Joya Misra
Professor of Sociology and Public Policy, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Verified email at soc.umass.edu - Homepage
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The intersection of gender and race in the labor market
I Browne, J Misra
Annual review of sociology 29 (1), 487-513, 2003
11262003
Trauma: A social theory
JC Alexander
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
6832013
The motherhood penalty in cross-national perspective: The importance of work–family policies and cultural attitudes
MJ Budig, J Misra, I Boeckmann
Social Politics 19 (2), 163-193, 2012
3692012
The ivory ceiling of service work
J Misra, JH Lundquist, E Holmes, S Agiomavritis
Academe 97 (1), 22-26, 2011
3022011
Political resources and the growth of welfare in affluent capitalist democracies, 1960-1982
A Hicks, J Misra
American Journal of Sociology 99 (3), 668-710, 1993
2641993
Public sociology: Fifteen eminent sociologists debate politics and the profession in the twenty-first century
D Clawson, R Zussman, M Burawoy, J Misra, N Gerstel, R Stokes, ...
Univ of California Press, 2007
2142007
Gender, Work Time, and Care Responsibilities Among Faculty1
J Misra, JH Lundquist, A Templer
Sociological Forum 27 (2), 300-323, 2012
2132012
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
2072007
The programmatic emergence of the social security state
A Hicks, J Misra, TN Ng
American sociological review, 329-349, 1995
1951995
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
1842007
Work-family policies and the effects of children on women's employment hours and wages
J Misra, M Budig, I Boeckmann
Community, Work & Family 14 (2), 139-157, 2011
1712011
Work-family policies and the effects of children on women's employment hours and wages
J Misra, M Budig, I Boeckmann
Community, Work & Family 14 (2), 139-157, 2011
1712011
Cultural and institutional factors shaping mothers' employment and working hours in postindustrial countries
I Boeckmann, J Misra, MJ Budig
Social Forces 93 (4), 1301-1333, 2015
1642015
Envisioning dependency: Changing media depictions of welfare in the 20th century
J Misra, S Moller, M Karides
Social Problems 50 (4), 482-504, 2003
1332003
The globalization of care work: Neoliberal economic restructuring and migration policy
J Misra, J Woodring, SN Merz
Globalizations 3 (3), 317-332, 2006
1242006
Work–family policy trade-offs for mothers? Unpacking the cross-national variation in motherhood earnings penalties
MJ Budig, J Misra, I Boeckmann
Work and Occupations 43 (2), 119-177, 2016
1052016
How care‐work employment shapes earnings in cross‐national perspective
MJ Budig, J Misra
International Labour Review 149 (4), 441-460, 2010
1012010
A world-systems reader: new perspectives on gender, urbanism, cultures, indigenous peoples, and ecology
T Bartley, C Chase-Dunn, A Bergesen, T Boswell, W a Dunaway, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 2000
922000
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
712012
Mothers or workers? The value of women's labor: Women and the emergence of family allowance policy
J Misra
Gender & Society 12 (4), 376-399, 1998
701998
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