Kim A. Weeden
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Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
JJ Van Bavel, K Baicker, PS Boggio, V Capraro, A Cichocka, M Cikara, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (5), 460-471, 2020
26462020
Why do some occupations pay more than others? Social closure and earnings inequality in the United States
KA Weeden
American journal of sociology 108 (1), 55-101, 2002
8342002
The case for a new class map
KA Weeden, DB Grusky
American Journal of Sociology 111 (1), 141-212, 2005
5942005
Overwork and the slow convergence in the gender gap in wages
Y Cha, KA Weeden
American Sociological Review 79 (3), 457-484, 2014
3482014
Feeding the pipeline: Gender, occupational plans, and college major selection
SL Morgan, D Gelbgiser, KA Weeden
Social science research 42 (4), 989-1005, 2013
2872013
Decomposition without death: A research agenda for a new class analysis
DB Grusky, KA Weeden
Acta Sociologica 44 (3), 203-218, 2001
2772001
The Three Worlds of Inequality1
KA Weeden, DB Grusky
American Journal of Sociology 117 (6), 1723-1785, 2012
1902012
Social class and earnings inequality
KA Weeden, YM Kim, M Di Carlo, DB Grusky
American Behavioral Scientist 50 (5), 702-736, 2007
1872007
Effectiveness of intensive case management for homeless adolescents: Results of a 3-month follow-up
V Wagner, J Sy, K Weeden, T Blanchard, AM Cauce, CJ Morgan, E Moore, ...
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 2 (4), 219-227, 1994
1731994
Is there a flexiglass ceiling? Flexible work arrangements and wages in the United States
KA Weeden
Social Science Research 34 (2), 454-482, 2005
1712005
Occupational closure and wage inequality in Germany and the United Kingdom
T Bol, KA Weeden
European Sociological Review 31 (3), 354-369, 2015
1542015
The small-world network of college classes: implications for epidemic spread on a university campus
KA Weeden, B Cornwell
Sociological science 7, 222-241, 2020
1102020
Inequality and market failure
KA Weeden, DB Grusky
American Behavioral Scientist 58 (3), 473-491, 2014
1082014
Revisiting occupational sex segregation in the United States, 1910–1990: Results from a log-linear approach
KA Weeden
Demography 35 (4), 475-487, 1998
1071998
Long work hours, part-time work, and trends in the gender gap in pay, the motherhood wage penalty, and the fatherhood wage premium
KA Weeden, Y Cha, M Bucca
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2 (4), 71-102, 2016
1002016
Class analysis and the heavy weight of convention
DB Grusky, KA Weeden
Acta Sociologica 45 (3), 229-236, 2002
782002
Does the sociological approach to studying social mobility have a future?
DB Grusky, KA Weeden
Mobility and Inequality: Frontiers of Research from Sociology and Economics …, 2006
732006
Are there social classes? A framework for testing sociology’s favorite concept
DB Grusky, KA Weeden
Social class: How does it work, 65-89, 2008
672008
Are there any big classes at all?
KA Weeden, DB Grusky
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 22, 3-56, 2004
622004
Profiles of change: Sex segregation in the United States, 1910-2000
KA Weeden
Occupational ghettos: The worldwide segregation of women and men, 131-78, 2004
592004
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