Marisa Young
Marisa Young
Associate Professor, Sociology, McMaster University
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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
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
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
Gender Differences in Precarious Work Settings
MC Young
Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations 65 (1), 74-97, 2010
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
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
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, 46-61, 2011
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
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
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
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
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
Handbook of the sociology of mental health
B Wheaton, M Young, S Montazer, K Stuart-Lahman, AS Aneshensel, ...
Kluwer Academic/Plenum, 1999
Who engages in work–family multitasking? A study of Canadian and American workers
S Schieman, M Young
Social Indicators Research 120, 741-767, 2015
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
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, 305-319, 2009
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
Does work–family conflict vary according to community resources?
M Young
Family Relations 68 (2), 197-212, 2019
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
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