Mary C. Brinton

Sociology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Gender stratification; labor market organization; education; economic sociology; Japanese society
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Bueno X, Brinton MC. (2019) Gender egalitarianism, perceived economic insecurity, and fertility intentions in Spain: A qualitative analysis. Population Studies. 73: 247-260
Brinton MC, Oh E. (2019) Babies, Work, or Both? Highly Educated Women’s Employment and Fertility in East Asia1 American Journal of Sociology. 125: 105-140
Brinton MC, Bueno X, Oláh L, et al. (2018) Postindustrial Fertility Ideals, Intentions, and Gender Inequality: A Comparative Qualitative Analysis Population and Development Review. 44: 281-309
Nagase N, Brinton MC. (2017) The gender division of labor and second births: Labor market institutions and fertility in Japan Demographic Research. 36: 339-370
Brinton MC. (2017) The Politics of Work-Family Policies: Comparing Japan, France, Germany and the United States Social Science Japan Journal. 20: 119-122
Knight CR, Brinton MC. (2017) One Egalitarianism or Several? Two Decades of Gender-Role Attitude Change in Europe1 American Journal of Sociology. 122: 1485-1532
Brinton MC. (2016) Intentions Into Actions: Norms as Mechanisms Linking Macro- and Micro-Levels American Behavioral Scientist. 60: 1146-1167
Brinton MC, Lee D. (2016) Gender‐Role Ideology, Labor Market Institutions, and Post‐industrial Fertility Population and Development Review. 42: 405-433
Brinton MC, Mun E. (2016) Between state and family: Managers' implementation and evaluation of parental leave policies in Japan Socio-Economic Review. 14: 257-281
Mun E, Brinton MC. (2015) Workplace Matters: The Use of Parental Leave Policy in Japan Work and Occupations. 42: 335-369
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