Pablo Gracia
Pablo Gracia
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin
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Couple specialization in multiple equilibria
G Esping-Andersen, D Boertien, J Bonke, P Gracia
European Sociological Review, 29 (6), 1280-1294, 2013
Fathers’ child care involvement and children’s age in Spain: A time use study on differences by education and mothers’ employment
P Gracia
European Sociological Review, 30 (2), 137-150, 2014
Parents' family time and work schedules: The split‐shift schedule in Spain
P Gracia, M Kalmijn
Journal of Marriage and Family 78 (2), 401-415, 2016
Independent and combined effects of physical activity and sedentary behavior on blood pressure in adolescents: gender differences in two cross-sectional studies
ACF de Moraes, HB Carvalho, JP Rey-López, L Gracia-Marco, L Beghin, ...
Public Library of Science 8 (5), 2013
Parent–child leisure activities and cultural capital in the United Kingdom: The gendered effects of education and social class
P Gracia
Social Science Research, 52, 290-302, 2015
Las políticas de conciliación en España y sus efectos: un análisis de las desigualdades de género en el trabajo del hogar y el empleo
P Gracia, D Bellani
Fundación Alternativas, Estudios de Progreso, Num. 51, 2010
Ethnic penalties? The role of human capital and social origins in labour market outcomes of second-generation Moroccans and Turks in the Netherlands
P Gracia, L Vázquez-Quesada, HG Van de Werfhorst
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (1), 69-87, 2016
Child care time, parents’ well-being, and gender: Evidence from the American time use survey
A Roeters, P Gracia
Journal of Child and Family Studies 25 (8), 2469-2479, 2016
Fathers’ child care time and mothers’ paid work: A cross-national study of Denmark, Spain, and the United Kingdom
P Gracia, G Esping-Andersen
Family Science 6 (1), 270-281, 2015
Parental care time in four European countries: Comparing types and contexts
P Gracia, J Ghysels, K Vercammen
DemoSoc Working Papers. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Num. 41, 2011
Educational inequalities in parental care time: Cross-national evidence from Belgium, Denmark, Spain, and the United Kingdom
P Gracia, J Ghysels
Social Science Research, 63(2), 166-180, 2017
Child and adolescent developmental activities and time use in Spain: The gendered role of parents’ work schedules and education levels
P Gracia, J García-Román
European Sociological Review 34 (5), 518-538, 2018
Diverging parenting behavior: Education, gender, class and institutions
P Gracia
Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Dissertation Series., 2012
Children's daily activities: Concepts, theories and research
P Gracia
Social Science Research Network/SSRN., 2018
Adolescents' educational aspirations and ethnic background: The case of students of African and Latin American migrant origins in Spain
CJ Gil-Hernández, P Gracia
Demographic research 38, 577-618, 2018
Children’s Daily Activities and National Context: Structural Opportunities or Cross-Cultural Factors?
P Gracia, J Garcia-Román, T Oinas, T Anttilla
SocArXiv Working Paper (DOI: 10.31235/, 2019
Parents’ nonstandard work schedules in the 24/7 global economy: A cross-national study
P Gracia, WJ Han, J Li
9th ESFR Conference 2018 Porto, Portugal, September 5 – 8, 2018
Does family structure influence adolescents' gendered domestic work? Evidence from the UK millennium cohort study
P Gracia, L Panico, A Solaz
European Population Conference (June 6-9, Free University of Brussels, Belgium), 2018
Parenting in new and uncertain times: Analytical framework for capturing the changes to parenting in European countries
T Haux, C Bryson, A Gauthier, P Gracia, M Mynarska, L Panico, S Walper
Adolescents’ educational aspirations and ethnicity: evidence on children of African and Latin American migrants in Spain
P Gracia, CJ Gil-Hernández
EUI Working Paper MWP/15, European University Institute, Florence, 2017
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