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Kim de Laat
Kim de Laat
Assistant Professor, Stratford School, U Waterloo
Verified email at uwaterloo.ca
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Socially defunct: A comparative analysis of the underrepresentation of older women in advertising
S Baumann, K de Laat
Poetics 40 (6), 514-541, 2012
712012
“Write a Word, Get a Third” Managing Conflict and Rewards in Professional Songwriting Teams
K De Laat
Work and Occupations 42 (2), 225-256, 2015
412015
The Caring, Committed Eco-Mom: Consumption ideals and lived realities of Toronto mothers
K Cairns, K de Laat, J Johnston, S Baumann
Green Consumption: The Global Rise of Eco Chic, 2014
27*2014
Caring consumption as marketing schema: Representations of motherhood in an era of hyperconsumption
K de Laat, S Baumann
Journal of Gender Studies 25 (2), 183-199, 2016
262016
Singing the romance: Gendered and racialized representations of love and postfeminism in popular music
K De Laat
Poetics 77, 101382, 2019
162019
Innovation and Diversity Redux: Analyzing Musical Form and Content in the American Recording Industry, 1990–2009
K de Laat
Sociological Forum 29 (3), 673-697, 2014
152014
Feminist Internships and the Depression of Political Imagination: Implications for Women's Studies
J Taylor, K de Laat
Feminist Formations, 84-110, 2013
132013
Remote work and post-bureaucracy: unintended consequences of work design for gender inequality
K de Laat
ILR Review 76 (1), 135-159, 2023
122023
Aspiration and compromise: portrayals of older adults in television advertising
S Baumann, K de Laat, CL Harrington, DB Bielby, AR Bardo
Aging, Media and Culture, 13-24, 2014
82014
Living to work (from home): Overwork, remote work, and gendered dual devotion to work and family
K de Laat
Work and Occupations, 2023
62023
More than employment policies? Parental leaves, flexible work and fathers’ participation in unpaid care work
K de Laat, A Doucet, A Gerhardt
Community, Work & Family 26 (5), 562-584, 2023
52023
Valuations of diversity: the role of marquee quotas in creative industries
K De Laat, A Stuart
Socio-Economic Review 21 (3), 1525-1549, 2023
32023
The Future of Work: Will Remote Work Help or Hinder the Pursuit of Equality?
C Ravanera, K de Laat, S Kaplan
32022
Remote work and gender inequality throughout and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
K de Laat
32020
Cultural Sociology and the Politics of Canonization: An Anglo-Canadian Perspective
K de Laat, A Stokes
Cultural Sociology 16 (2), 274-298, 2022
12022
Accelerating progress towards gender equity in health and science
KL Sarah Kaplan, Lechin Lu
The Lancet 403 (10430), P883-886, 2024
2024
Valuations of diversity: The role of marquee quotas in creative industries
A Stuart, K de Laat
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