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Melissa Hodges
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Differences in disadvantage: Variation in the motherhood penalty across white women’s earnings distribution
MJ Budig, MJ Hodges
American Sociological Review 75 (5), 705-728, 2010
5082010
Who gets the daddy bonus? Organizational hegemonic masculinity and the impact of fatherhood on earnings
MJ Hodges, MJ Budig
Gender & Society 24 (6), 717-745, 2010
4222010
Do highly paid, highly skilled women experience the largest motherhood penalty?
P England, J Bearak, MJ Budig, MJ Hodges
American sociological review 81 (6), 1161-1189, 2016
2562016
Statistical models and empirical evidence for differences in the motherhood penalty across the earnings distribution
MJ Budig, MJ Hodges
American Sociological Review 79 (2), 358-364, 2014
822014
Wages of nurturant and reproductive care workers: Individual and job characteristics, occupational closure, and wage-equalizing institutions
MJ Budig, MJ Hodges, P England
Social Problems 66 (2), 294-319, 2019
372019
Differences in disadvantage: How the wage penalty for motherhood varies across women’s earnings distribution
M Budig, M Hodges
American Sociological Review 75 (5), 705-728, 2010
232010
Who gets the daddy bonus? Markers of hegemonic masculinity and the impact of first-time fatherhood on men’s earnings
M Hodges, MJ Budig
Gender & Society 24 (6), 717-745, 2010
192010
Racial and gender pay disparities: The role of education
MJ Budig, M Lim, MJ Hodges
Social science research 98, 102580, 2021
92021
Is healthcare the new manufacturing?: industry, gender, and “good jobs” for low-and middle-skill workers
J Dill, MJ Hodges
Social Science Research 84, 102350, 2019
92019
Family matters? Exploring media coverage of presidential candidates’ families by gender and race
CD Burge, MJ Hodges, R Rinaldi
Politics, Groups, and Identities, 2019
62019
Intersections on the class escalator: Gender, race, and occupational segregation in paid care work
MJ Hodges
Sociological Forum 35 (1), 24-49, 2020
52020
The racialized glass escalator and safety net: Wages and job quality in “meds and eds” among working-class men
J Dill, MJ Hodges
Social Problems, 2020
42020
How the Motherhood Penalty Varies by Wage, Cognitive Skill, and Race: A Reassessment
P England, J Bearak, M Budig, M Hodges
NYU Population Center, Working Paper, 2014
22014
Making Motherhood Work: How Women Manage Careers and Caregiving
MJ Hodges
Contemporary Sociology 49 (3), 251-253, 2020
12020
Wages for Nurturant and Reproductive-Care Workers: Adjudicating Individual and Structural Arguments of Sources of the Care Pay Penalty
MJ Budig, M Hodges, P England
PAA 2017 Annual Meeting, 2017
2017
Bringing the Household Back in: Family Wage Gaps and the Intersection of Gender, Race, and Class in the Household Context.
MJ Hodges
2015
The 2011 and 2012 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Awards for Excellence in Work-Family Research
MJ Hodges, MJ Budig
How the Motherhood Penalty Varies by Wage and Cognitive Skill: A Reassessment Paula England (NYU), Jonathan Bearak (NYU)
M Budig, M Hodges
Variation in the Motherhood Penalty Across Women’s Earnings Distribution: Evidence from the US
MJ Budig, MJ Hodges
American Sociological
JS Rugh, DS Massey, A Villarreal, TD Logan, MJ Budig, MJ Hodges, ...
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