Ann M. Oberhauser
Ann M. Oberhauser
Professor of Sociology, Iowa State University
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Young adults’ use of communication technology within their romantic relationships and associations with attachment style
JN Morey, AL Gentzler, B Creasy, AM Oberhauser, D Westerman
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (4), 1771-1778, 2013
College students' use of electronic communication with parents: Links to loneliness, attachment, and relationship quality
AL Gentzler, AM Oberhauser, D Westerman, DK Nadorff
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 14 (1-2), 71-74, 2011
Gender and household economic strategies in rural Appalachia
AM Oberhauser
Gender, Place & Culture 2 (1), 51-70, 1995
The home as “field”: households and homework in rural Appalachia
A Oberhauser
Thresholds in feminist geography, 165-82, 1997
Women's collective economic strategies and political transformation in rural South Africa
AM Oberhauser, A Pratt
Gender, Place & Culture 11 (2), 209-228, 2004
Gendered livelihoods in diverse global contexts: an introduction
AM Oberhauser, JL Mandel, HM Hapke
Gender, Place & Culture 11 (2), 205-208, 2004
Heavy burdens: Gendered livelihood strategies of porters in Accra, Ghana
AM Oberhauser, MA Yeboah
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 32 (1), 22-37, 2011
Exploring gender and economic development in Appalachia
M Latimer, AM Oberhauser
Journal of Appalachian Studies 10 (3), 269-291, 2004
Examining gender and community through critical pedagogy
AM Oberhauser
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 26 (1), 19-31, 2002
College students' use of communication technology with parents: comparisons between two cohorts in 2009 and 2011
MA Ramsey, AL Gentzler, JN Morey, AM Oberhauser, D Westerman
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (10), 747-752, 2013
Relocating gender and rural economic strategies
AM Oberhauser
Environment and Planning A 34 (7), 1221-1237, 2002
Towards a gendered regional geography: Women and work in rural Appalachia
AM Oberhauser
Growth and Change 26 (2), 217-244, 1995
Feminism and economic geography: gendering work and working gender
AM Oberhauser
A companion to economic geography, 60, 2000
Scaling gender and diverse economies: Perspectives from Appalachia and South Africa
AM Oberhauser
Antipode 37 (5), 863-874, 2005
Social and spatial patterns under Fordism and flexible accumulation
AM Oberhauser
Antipode 22 (3), 211-232, 1990
Political Moderation and Polarization in the Heartland: Economics, Rurality, and Social Identity in the 2016 US Presidential Election
AM Oberhauser, D Krier, AM Kusow
The Sociological Quarterly 60 (2), 224-244, 2019
Negotiating livelihoods and scale in the context of neoliberal globalization: perspectives from Accra, Ghana
AM Oberhauser, KT Hanson
African Geographical Review 26 (1), 11-36, 2007
Labour, production and the state: decentralization of the French automobile industry
A Oberhauser
Regional Studies 21 (5), 445-458, 1987
Feminist spaces
AM Oberhauser, JL Fluri, R Whitson, S Mollett
Taylor & Francis, 2017
Geographic perspectives on women
AM Oberhauser, D Rubinoff, K De Bres, S Mains, C Pope
Geography in America at the dawn of the 21st century, 2003
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