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(2012)This dissertation examines a number of issues related to how gender and social status shape out-migration, education, work, and family. In many rural communities, the bulk of local employment has shifted from high-wage ...
Whose job is harder? Assessments of the job effort requirements by mothers, fathers, and non-parents in and outside of academic science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines (3/30/2012)Mothers employed in academic science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines perceive they must work harder than fathers in STEM/non-STEM and mother in non-STEM disciplines.
(Open University, 2013)Scholars have documented that the masculine work cultures characteristic of academic science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines create an unwelcome climate for women. One way academic STEM cultures ...
WORLD-WIDE COMPARISONS ON THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN (2015)This dissertation includes four journal-length articles with an introductory chapter. Two articles have been published in referred journals, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology and Journal of Environmental ...