Marisa Young
Marisa Young
Associate Professor, Sociology, McMaster University
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TitleCited byYear
Social stress in the twenty-first century
B Wheaton, M Young, S Montazer, K Stuart-Lahman
Handbook of the sociology of mental health, 299-323, 2013
Is There a Downside to Schedule Control for the Work-Family Interface?
S Schieman, M Young
Journal of Family Issues 31 (10), 1391-1414, 2010
The demands of creative work: Implications for stress in the work–family interface
S Schieman, M Young
Social Science Research 39 (2), 246-259, 2010
Are communications about work outside regular working hours associated with work-to-family conflict, psychological distress and sleep problems?
S Schieman, MC Young
Work & Stress 27 (3), 244-261, 2013
Economic hardship and family-to-work conflict: The importance of gender and work conditions
S Schieman, M Young
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 32 (1), 46-61, 2011
Parenthood and productivity: A study of demands, resources and family-friendly firms
JE Wallace, MC Young
Journal of Vocational Behavior 72 (1), 110-122, 2008
Gender Differences in Precarious Work Settings
MC Young
Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations 65 (1), 74-97, 2010
Spouse’s work-to-family conflict, family stressors, and mental health among dual-earner mothers and fathers
M Young, S Schieman, MA Milkie
Society and Mental Health 4 (1), 1-20, 2014
When Hard Times Take a Toll The Distressing Consequences of Economic Hardship and Life Events within the Family-Work Interface
M Young, S Schieman
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 53 (1), 84-98, 2012
Work hard, play hard?: A comparison of male and female lawyers' time in paid and unpaid work and participation in leisure activities
JE Wallace, MC Young
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 47 (1), 27-47, 2010
Work–family conflict in context: The impact of structural and perceived neighborhood disadvantage on work–family conflict
M Young
Social Science Research 50, 311-327, 2015
Gender differences in perceived domestic task equity: A study of professionals
M Young, JE Wallace, AJ Polachek
Journal of Family Issues 36 (13), 1751-1781, 2015
The impact of neighborhood composition on work-family conflict and distress
M Young, B Wheaton
Journal of health and social behavior 54 (4), 481-497, 2013
Family responsibilities, productivity, and earnings: A study of gender differences among Canadian lawyers
MC Young, JE Wallace
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 30 (3), 305-319, 2009
Who engages in work–family multitasking? A study of Canadian and American workers
S Schieman, M Young
Social Indicators Research 120 (3), 741-767, 2015
Scaling Back and Finding Flexibility: Gender Differences in Parents' Strategies to Manage Work–Family Conflict
M Young, S Schieman
Journal of Marriage and Family 80 (1), 99-118, 2018
Coaching and athletic career investments: Using organisational theories to explore women's boxing
L Cove, M Young
Annals of Leisure Research 10 (3-4), 257-271, 2007
Insecure people in insecure places: The influence of regional unemployment on workers’ reactions to the threat of job loss
P Glavin, M Young
Journal of health and Social behavior 58 (2), 232-251, 2017
Level of economic development of the country of origin and work-to-family conflict after migration to Canada
S Montazer, M Young
Social science research 63, 263-276, 2017
Has the impact of domestic labor and perceived domestic equity on the mental health of married men and women changed over time? An assessment of the NSFH panel form 1987-2002
B Wheaton, M Young
104th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, 2009
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