Sarah Damaske
Sarah Damaske
Associate Professor of Sociology, Labor & Employment Relations, The Pennsylvania State University
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For the family?: How class and gender shape women's work
S Damaske
Oxford University Press, 2011
The relationships between mothers’ work pathways and physical and mental health
A Frech, S Damaske
Journal of health and social behavior 53 (4), 396-412, 2012
A “major career woman”? How women develop early expectations about work
S Damaske
Gender & Society 25 (4), 409-430, 2011
Women’s work pathways across the life course
S Damaske, A Frech
Demography 53 (2), 365-391, 2016
Work, family, and accounts of mothers’ lives using discourse to navigate intensive mothering ideals
S Damaske
Sociology Compass 7 (6), 436-444, 2013
Single mother families and employment, race, and poverty in changing economic times
S Damaske, JL Bratter, A Frech
Social science research 62, 120-133, 2017
Male scientists’ competing devotions to work and family: Changing norms in a male-dominated profession
S Damaske, EH Ecklund, AE Lincoln, VJ White
Work and occupations 41 (4), 477-507, 2014
Has work replaced home as a haven? Re-examining Arlie Hochschild's Time Bind proposition with objective stress data
S Damaske, JM Smyth, MJ Zawadzki
Social Science & Medicine 115, 130-138, 2014
A grounded theory approach to developing a career change model in hospitality
S McGinley, J O’Neill, S Damaske, AS Mattila
International Journal of Hospitality Management 38, 89-98, 2014
Giving to local schools: Corporate philanthropy, tax incentives, and the ecology of need
D Guthrie, R Arum, J Roksa, S Damaske
Social Science Research 37 (3), 856-873, 2008
Stress at work: Differential experiences of high versus low SES workers
S Damaske, MJ Zawadzki, JM Smyth
Social Science & Medicine 156, 125-133, 2016
Brown Suits Need Not Apply: The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Class in Institutional Network Building1
S Damaske
Sociological Forum 24 (2), 402-424, 2009
Poverty at a racial crossroads: Poverty among multiracial children of single mothers
JL Bratter, S Damaske
Journal of Marriage and Family 75 (2), 486-502, 2013
Viewing 21st century motherhood through a work-family lens
S Damaske, K Gerson
Handbook of Work-Family Integration, 233-248, 2008
Covariation in couples' nightly sleep and gender differences
S Lee, LM Martire, SA Damaske, JA Mogle, R Zhaoyang, DM Almeida, ...
Sleep health 4 (2), 201-208, 2018
Job loss and attempts to return to work: complicating inequalities across gender and class
S Damaske
Gender & Society 34 (1), 7-30, 2020
Finding jobs, forming families, and stressing out? Work, family, and stress among young adult women in the United States
AM Lippert, S Damaske
Social Forces 98 (2), 885-914, 2019
Gender and the MBA: Differences in career trajectories, institutional support, and outcomes
SE Patterson, S Damaske, C Sheroff
Gender & Society 31 (3), 310-332, 2017
The science and art of interviewing
K Gerson, S Damaske
Oxford University Press, 2020
Men’s income trajectories and physical and mental health at midlife
A Frech, S Damaske
American Journal of Sociology 124 (5), 1372-1412, 2019
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