Roychowdhury, Poulami. 2015. "Victims to Saviors: Governmentality and the Regendering of Citizenship in India." Gender & Society, 29 (6): 792-816.
November 2015 | Sarah Brauner-Otto presented her work on Canadian low fertility at the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Policy Responses to Low Fertility.
October 2015 | A recently published study by Eran Shor, Alex Miltsov and their colleagues at Stony Brook university on the media’s underrepresentation of women and its possible explanations is featured at the ASA's "Recent Selected Articles" section. Their paper is already receiving wide media coverage.
Shor, Eran, Arnout van de Rijt, Alex Mltsov*, Vivek Kulkarni*, and Steven Skiena. (2015). “A Paper Ceiling: What Explains the Sex-Ratio Inequality in Printed News Coverage?” American Sociological Review 80(5) 960 –984.
Urquia, Marcelo L., Vang, Zoua M. and Francisco Bolumar (2015). "Birth Outcomes of Latin Americans in Two Countries with Contrasting Immigration Admissions Policies: Canada and Spain." PLoS One 10(8): e0136308. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0136308.
Vang, Zoua M. and Susan E. Eckstein (2015). "Toward an Improved Understanding of Immigrant Adaptation and Transnational Engagement: The Case of Cuban Émigrés in the United States." Comparative Migration Studies 3(1):1-20. Doi: 10.1186/s40878-015-0007-6.
Vang, Zoua M., Elo, Irma T. and Makoto Nagano (2015). "Preterm Birth among the Hmong, Other Asian Subgroups and Non-Hispanic Whites in California." BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth 15:1-10. Doi: 10.1186/s12884-015-0622-0.
July 2015 | Congratulations to our recent PhD, Christine Proulx. Her paper, co-authored with her doctoral thesis supervisor Céline Le Bourdais, “Impact of Providing Care on the Risk of Leaving Employment in Canada”, published in the Dec. 2014 issue of the Canadian Journal on Aging, was selected to be among 16 finalists for the 2015 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research. The paper was selected from over 2500 articles in 77 academic journals, and is based on her doctoral dissertation.
Waite, Sean. 2015. Does it get better? A quasi-cohort analysis of sexual minority wage gaps. Social Science Research, 54, 113-130.
July 2015 | Amélie Quesnel-Vallée was interviewed on Ici Radio-Canada’s Les années lumière concerning international and historical trends in morbidity and mortality. The interview aired on June 28th, 2015.
Amm Quamruzzamam won the 2015 best Graduate Student Paper in the Canadian Sociological Association’s “Sociology of Development Research Cluster” for his paper, “Economic Growth or Good Governance: What is More Important to Reduce Poverty and Insecurity in Sub-Saharan Africa?”
Alarie, Milaine. and Jason T. Carmichael. 2015. "The “Cougar” Phenomenon: An Examination of the Factors That Influence Age-Hypogamous Sexual Relationships Among Middle-Aged Women." Journal of Marriage and Family. Article first published online: 2 JUL 2015
May 2015 | Leslie L. Cheung was interviewed on CBC's C'est la Vie concerning her dissertation work. The interview was aired on May 10th, 2015.