Julie Kmec

Affiliations: 
Sociology Washington State University, Pullman, WA, United States 
Area:
Gender & Race/Ethnic Labor Market Inequality, Work Organizations, Workplace Diversity, Social Stratification
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Julie A. Rice grad student 2008 WSU
Lindsey B. Trimble grad student 2012 WSU
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Kmec JA, Skaggs SL. (2014) The "state" of equal employment opportunity law and managerial gender diversity Social Problems. 61: 530-558
Kmec JA, O'Connor LT, Schieman S. (2014) Not Ideal: The Association Between Working Anything but Full Time and Perceived Unfair Treatment Work and Occupations. 41: 63-85
Kmec JA, Huffman ML, Penner AM. (2014) Being a Parent or Having a Parent? The Perceived Employability of Men and Women Who Take Employment Leave American Behavioral Scientist. 58: 453-472
Skaggs SL, Kmec JA. (2012) Checking the pulse of diversity among health care professionals: An analysis of west coast hospitals Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 639: 236-257
Trimble LB, Kmec JA. (2011) The Role of Social Networks in Getting a Job Sociology Compass. 5: 165-178
Kmec JA. (2011) Are motherhood penalties and fatherhood bonuses warranted? Comparing pro-work behaviors and conditions of mothers, fathers, and non-parents Social Science Research. 40: 444-459
Kmec JA, McDonald S, Trimble LB. (2010) Making gender fit and "correcting" gender misfits: Sex segregated employment and the nonsearch process Gender and Society. 24: 213-236
Kmec JA, Gorman EH. (2010) Gender and discretionary work effort: Evidence from the United States and Britain Work and Occupations. 37: 3-36
Kmec JA, Trimble LB. (2009) Does it pay to have a network contact? Social network ties, workplace racial context, and pay outcomes. Social Science Research. 38: 266-78
Gorman EH, Kmec JA. (2009) Hierarchical rank and women's organizational mobility: glass ceilings in corporate law firms. Ajs; American Journal of Sociology. 114: 1428-74
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