Department Of Sociology And Criminology Colloquium Series Presents Paula England

"American Young Adults Having Sex, Relationships, and Babies: Differences by Class"
When Apr 24, 2015
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where 406 Oswald Tower
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Contact Phone (814) 863-5407
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Paula England, Professor of Sociology, New York University

President of ASA

 

Professor England’s research interests include changing family patterns, sexual behavior, contraception, gender, and labor markets. She has written Comparable Worth: Theories and Evidence and, co-authored with George Farkas, Households, Employment, and Gender: A Social, Economic, and Demographic View, among other works.

England has received the Distinguished Research Career Award from the ASA’s Section on the Sociology of Family and the ASA’s Jesse Bernard Award for career contributions to scholarship on gender. She was also elected Francis Perkins Fellow at the American Academy of Political and Social Science and Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.

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