Peer Reviewed Publications - Gender and Family
Jamie Oslawski-Lopez. 2016. “Gender and Household Labor.” Pp. 1-5 in The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Family Studies, edited by Constance L. Shehan. Wiley-Blackwell.
Jamie Oslawski-Lopez. 2016. “Second Shift.” Pp. 1-3 in The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Family Studies, edited by Constance L. Shehan. Wiley-Blackwell.
Kathryn Lively, Jamie Oslawski-Lopez, and Brian Powell. 2014. “Unequal but Together: Inequality Within and Between Families.” Pp. 381-408 in Handbook of the Social Psychology of Inequality, edited by Jane McLeod, Ed Lawler, and Michael Schwalbe. New York: Springer.
Peer Reviewed Publications - Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Jamie Oslawski-Lopez and Amanda Miller. “Integrating a Collaborative Survey Research Project.”
TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology
Rebecca Grady, Rachel LaTouche, Jamie Oslawski-Lopez, Alyssa Powers, and Kristina Simacek. (Authors listed in alphabetical order.) 2014. “Betwixt and Between: The Social Position and Stress Experiences of Graduate Students.” Teaching Sociology 42(1): 5-16.
Other Publications and Reports
Jamie Oslawski-Lopez. 2016. “Balancing Graduate Studies and Teaching.” Teaching / Learning Matters: ASA's Newsletter for the Section on Teaching and Learning in Sociology. 45(1): 12-14.
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Jamie Oslawski-Lopez. 2015. “Preparing Future Faculty Program Trains Next Generation of Teachers & Scholars.” Indiana University Bloomington. Through the Gates: Perspectives from IU Bloomington Blog.
Cohen, Emma D., Rebecca K. Grady, Rachel La Touche, Will R. McConnell, Jamie Oslawski-Lopez, and Alyssa Powers. (Authors listed in alphabetical order.) 2014. “IUB Graduate and Professional Student Mental Health and Health Services Use: Report to the University Graduate School, Indiana University Bloomington.”
Indiana University Bloomington – Interview about the Preparing Future Faculty Program (May 28, 2015)
Papers in Progress
Jamie Oslawski-Lopez. “Outsourced Housework and Gender Differences in Housework Cross-Nationally.”
Jamie Oslawski-Lopez. “Bringing Text to Life: Enhancing Introduction to Sociology through Memoir.”
Jamie Oslawski-Lopez, Rebecca Grady, and Jackie Tabor. “Family Transitions, Work Transitions, and Relationship Duration Effects on the Division of Household Labor among Heterosexual Couples.”
Jamie Oslawski-Lopez, Rebecca Grady, Kristina Simacek, Rachel LaTouche, and Alyssa Powers. “Coping with Stress & Mental Health Resource Utilization Among Graduate Students.”