Department of Sociology ~ University of Iowa
Domestic Work, Flexible Work Policies, and Parenthood
Estes, Sarah Beth, Mary Noonan, and David J. Maume. 2007. "Is Work-Family Policy Use Related to the Gendered Division of Housework?" Journal of Family and Economic Issues 28(4): 527-545.
Shauman, Kimberlee A. and Mary Noonan. 2007. "Family Migration and Labor Force Outcomes: Sex Differences in Occupational Context." Social Forces 85(4): 1735-1764.
Noonan, Mary, Sarah Beth Estes, and Jennifer Glass. 2007. "Do Workplace Flexibility Policies Influence Time Spent in Domestic Labor?" Journal of Family Issues 28(2):263-288.
Smock, Pamela J. and Mary Noonan. 2005. "Gender, Work, and Family Well-being in the United States." Work, Family, Health, and Well-being, edited by Suzanne M. Bianchi, Lynne M. Casper, and Rosalind Berkowitz King. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Noonan, Mary. 2001. "The Impact of Domestic Work on Men's and Women's Wages." Journal of Marriage and the Family 63(4): 1134-1145.
Marteleto, Leticia and Mary Noonan. 2001. "Grandmothers as Childcare Providers in Brazil." Cristina Gomes (Ed.), Social Processes, Population and Domestic Life: Theoretical and Empirical Alternatives in the Investigation of the Family. Mexico: Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales.
Sex-Based Earnings and Promotion Gap
Noonan, Mary, Mary Corcoran, and Paul Courant. 2008. "Is the Partnership Gap Closing for Women? Cohort Differences in the Sex Gap in Partnership Chances." Social Science Research 37(1): 156-179.
Noonan, Mary, Mary Corcoran, and Paul Courant. 2005. "Pay Differences Among the Highly Trained: Cohort Differences in the Sex Gap in Lawyers' Earnings." Social Forces 84(2): 853-872 .
Noonan, Mary and Mary Corcoran. 2004. "The Mommy Track and Partnership: Temporary Delay or Dead End?" The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 596 (1): 130-150.
Poverty and Welfare Policy
Noonan, Mary, Sandra Smith, and Mary Corcoran. 2007. "Examining the Impact of Welfare Reform, Labor Market Conditions, and the Earned Income Tax Credit on the Employment of Black and White Single Mothers." Social Science Research 36(1): 95-130.
Noonan, Mary and Colleen Heflin. 2005. "Does Welfare Participation Affect Women's Wages?" Social Science Quarterly 86(5): 1123-1145.
Wilde, Parke E., Sandra Hofferth, Stephen Stanhope, Mary Noonan, and Nancy Collins. 2000. "Pre-1997 Trends in Welfare and Food Assistance in a National Sample of Families." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 82:642-648.
Workplace Flexibility Policies and Wage Growth: Do Organizational Characteristics Matter? - with Jennifer Glass
Does Women's Work Commitment Change After Marriage and Motherhood? - with Phyllis Rippeyoung and Jennifer Glass
Marriage versus Employment: Comparing Antipoverty Strategies for Mothers - with Minglu Wang
Breastfeeding - with Phyllis Rippeyoung
Lawyers and Race - with Mary Campbell and Angela
Women Professionals - with Mary Corcoran
Undergraduate - Family
Undergraduate - Work and Family Institutions
Undergraduate - Statistics
Graduate - Gender Stratification
Graduate - Categorical Data Analysis