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Section on the Sociology of Family Award Recipients

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William J. Goode Book Award

The William J. Goode Book Award was established in 1985.

Year

Name

Affiliation

Title

2014

Amy C. Steinbugler

Dickinson College

Beyond Loving: Intimate Racework in Lesbian, Gay, and Straight Interracial Relationships (Oxford University Press, 2012).

2013

Amy T. Schalet

University of Massachusetts

Not Under My Roof: Parents, Teens, and the Culture of Sex. (University of California Press. 2011.)

2012

Kathleen Gerson

New York University

 

2011 Co.

Joanna Dreby

 

Divided by Borders: Mexican Migrants and their Children, University of California Press.

2011 Co.

Brian Powell, Catherine Bolzendahl, Claudia Geist, and Lala Carr Steelman.

 

Counted Out: Same-Sex Relations and Americans’ Definitions of Family. Russell Sage Foundation.

2010

Allison J. Pugh,

University of Virginia,

Longing and Belonging: Parents, Children, and Consumer Culture, University of California Press, 2009

2009

Pamela Stone

 

Opting Out: Why Women Really Quit Careers and Head Home

2008

Suzanne M. Bianchi, John P. Robinson and Melissa A Milkie

 

Changing Rhythms of American Family Life

2007

Arland Thornton

University of Michigan

Reading History Sideways: The Fallacy and Enduring Impact of the Developmental Paradigm on Family Life.

2006

Kathryn Edin and
Maria Kefalas

University of Pennsylvania
Saint Joseph’s University

Promises I can Keep: Why Poor Women Put Motherhood before Marriage

2005

Mary Blair-Loy

University of California-San Diego

Competing Devotions: Career and Family among Executive Women

2004

Annette Lareau

 

Unequal Childhoods:  Class, Race, and Family Life

2002

Glen H. Elder

Rand D. Conger

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

University of California, Davis

Children of the Land: Adversity and Success in Rural America

2001

Cecilia Menjivar

Arizona State University

Fragmented Ties: Salvadoran Immigrant Networks in America

2000

Anita Ilta Garey

University of New Hampshire

Weaving, Work, and Motherhood

1999

Steven L. Nock

University of Virginia

Marriage and Men’s Lives

1998

Donna Franklin

Loma Linda University

Enduring Inequality: The Structural Transformation of the African American Family

1997

John R. Logan

Glenna Spitze

State University of New York-Albany

Family Ties: Enduring Relationships Between Parents and Their Children

1996

Toby S. Parcel

Elizabeth G. Menaghan

Ohio State University

Parents' Jobs and Children’s Lives

1995

Arland Thornton

Hui-Sheng Lin

University of Michigan

Taiwan Provincial Institute of Family Planning

Social Change and the Family in Taiwan

Growing Up with a Single Parent: What Hurts What Helps

1994

Gay C. Kitson

University of Akron

Portrait of Divorce: Adjustment to Marital Breakdown

1992

A.F. Robertson

 

Beyond the Family: The Social Organization of Reproduction

1990

Judith Blake

 

Family Size & Achievement

1989

Steven Ruggles

 

Prolonged Connections: The Rise of the Extended Family in Nineteenth Century England and America

1988

Frank Furstenberg

J. Brooks-Gunn

S. Philip Morgan

Lenore Weitzman

University of Pennsylvania

Harvard University

Adolescent Mothers in Later Life

The Divorce Revolution

1987

Alan MacFarlane

University of Cambridge

 

1985

Jessie Bernard

The Pennsylvania State University

The Female World

 

Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award 
This award was established in 1995.

Year

Name

Affiliation

Title

2014

Stacy Torres New York University "Where Everybody May Not Know Your Name: The Importance of Elastic Ties."

2013

Abigail Weitzman New York University

“The Daughter Tax: The Effects of Daughters on Maternal Outcomes in the Developing World.”

2012 Co.

Abi Ocobock   "The Power and Limits of Marriage: Married Gay Men's Family Relationships."

2012 Co.

Neha Gondal  

"Who 'Fills in' for Siblings and How?  A Multilevel Analysis of Personal Network Composition and its Relationship to Sibling Size."

2011

Kim, Hyun Sik

University of Wisconsin

“Consequences of Parental Divorce for Child Development." (forthcoming in ASR).

2010

Youngjoo Cha,

submitted from Cornell

University, now at Indiana University,

“Reinforcing Separate Spheres: The Effect of

Spousal Overwork on Men’s and Women’s Employment in Dual-Earner Households,”

ASR, April 2010

2009

Daniel Schneider

Princeton University

"Norms and Nuptials: The Changing Social Price of Marriage"

2008

Sarah Halpern-Meekin and Laura Tach

 

Heterogeneity in Two-Parent Families and Adolescent Well-Being

2007

Christopher Wildeman

Princeton University

Parental Imprisonment, the Prison Boom, and the Concentration of Childhood Disadvantage

2006

Sarah Winslow-Bowe

University of Pennsylvania

“ The Persistence of Wives’ Income Advantage”

2005

Jennifer L. Hook

University of Washington

“Care in Context: Men's Unpaid Work in 20 Countries, 1965-1998”

2004

Jennifer Lundquist

 

"An Examination of One Institution Within Another: Does the Black-White Marriage Differential Exist in A Total Institution?"

2003

Penelope Huang

Makiko Fuwa

University of Washington

University of California, Irvine

“The Price of Parenthood: Examining Gendered Wage Penalties for Leave Taking”

“Macro-level Gender Inequality and the Division of Housework: A Cross-National Study”

2002

Lori Wiebold-Lippisch

University of Kansas

“The Unglorified Self: Identity Transformation of Parental Caregivers”

2002

Matthew Weinshenker

University of Chicago

“Imagining Family Roles: Parental Influence on the Expectations of Adolescents in Dual-Career Families”

2001

Natalia Sarkisian

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

“More or Less Kin: Assessing the Debates on Kin Support in Euro and African American Families”

2000

Kathryn Harker

University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill

“Immigrant Generation, Assimilation and Adolescent Psychology Wellbeing”

2000

Laura Burns

University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill

“The Quality of Adolescent Siblings

Relationships: Does Biographical Relatedness of Family Structure Matter”

1999

Cesar Rebellon

Emory University

“Reconsidering the Broken Homes/Delinquency Relationship and Specifying its Mediating Mechanisms”

1998

Mick Cunningham

Maureen Sullivan

University of Michigan

University of California-Davis

“Parental Influences on Adolescent Attitudes Toward Household Labor”

“Alma Mater: Family ‘Outings’ and the Making of the Mode Other Mother (MOM)”

1997

Amy Kroska

 University of Indiana

“The Division of Labor in the Home: A Review and Re-conceptualization”

1996

Renate Reimann

City University of New York Graduate Center

"Does Biology Matter? Biological Motherhood and the Division of Labor in Lesbian Nuclear Families"

1995

Heather Koball

Brown University

“Men’s Marriage Timing Across Cohorts and Race”



 

Distinguished Career Award
 

Year

Name

Affiliation

2014

Linda Burton

Duke University

2013

Suzanne Bianchi

University of California, Los Angeles

2011

S. Phillip Morgan

 

2012

Sandra Hofferth

University of Maryland

2011

S. Phillip Morgan

 

2010

Paula England,

Stanford University

2009

Harriet B. Presser

University of Maryland, College Park

2008

Steven Nock

Awarded Posthumously

2007

Frances K. Goldscheider

Brown University

2006

Paul Amato

Pennsylvania State University

2005

Lynn White

University of Nebraska

2004

Sara McLanahan

 

2003

Andrew Cherlin

Johns Hopkins University

2002

Alan Booth

Pennsylvania State University

2001

Frank Furstenburg

University of Pennsylvania

2000

Arland Thorton

University of Michigan

1999

William J. Goode

George Mason University

1998

Glen Elder, Jr.

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

1997

Larry L. Bumpass

University of Wisconsin-Madison

1996

Alice S. Rossi

University of Massachusetts-Amherst

 

 

Article of the Year Award.Year

 

Name

Affiliation

Title

2013

Liana Sayer, Paula England, Paul Allison, and Nicole Kangas

University of Maryland, College Park, New York University, University of Pennsylvania, and Stanford University.

2011. “She Left, He Left: How Employment and Satisfaction Affect Women’s and Men’s Decisions to Leave Marriages,” American Journal of Sociology, 116 (6): 1982-2018.

2012

Michelle Budig and Melissa Hodges University of Massachusetts- Amherst

2010. "Difference in Disadvantage: Variation in the Motherhood Penalty across White Women's Earnings Distribution." American Sociological Review, 75 (5) 705-728.

2011

Brown, Susan L. and Wendy D. Manning

 

“Family Boundary Ambiguity and the Measurement of Family Structure: The Significance of Cohabitation.” Demography 46:85-101.