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Paul Glavin
Paul Glavin
Associate Professor of Sociology, McMaster University
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
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When work interferes with life: Work-nonwork interference and the influence of work-related demands and resources
S Schieman, MA Milkie, P Glavin
American Sociological Review 74 (6), 966-988, 2009
6052009
Work–family role blurring and work–family conflict: The moderating influence of job resources and job demands
P Glavin, S Schieman
Work and Occupations, 0730888411406295, 2012
2552012
Boundary-spanning work demands and their consequences for guilt and psychological distress
P Glavin, S Schieman, S Reid
Journal of Health and Social behavior 52 (1), 43-57, 2011
2242011
Trouble at the Border?: Gender, Flexibility at Work, and the Work-Home Interface
S Schieman, P Glavin
Social Problems 55 (4), 590-611, 2008
1822008
Education and work-family conflict: Explanations, contingencies and mental health consequences
S Schieman, P Glavin
Social Forces 89 (4), 1341-1362, 2011
1432011
The Pressure-Status Nexus and Blurred Work–Family Boundaries
S Schieman, P Glavin
Work & Occupations 43 (1), 3-37, 2016
712016
The impact of job insecurity and job degradation on the sense of personal control
P Glavin
Work and Occupations 40 (2), 115-142, 2013
622013
Perceived job insecurity and health: Do duration and timing matter?
P Glavin
The Sociological Quarterly 56 (2), 300-328, 2015
432015
Interpersonal context at work and the frequency, appraisal, and consequences of boundary-spanning demands
P Glavin, S Schieman
The Sociological Quarterly 51 (2), 205-225, 2010
422010
Ironic flexibility: When normative role blurring undermines the benefits of schedule control
S Schieman, P Glavin
The Sociological Quarterly 58 (1), 51-71, 2017
332017
The costs of caring: Caregiver strain and work-family conflict among Canadian workers
P Glavin, A Peters
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 36 (1), 5-20, 2015
332015
Control in the face of uncertainty: is job insecurity a challenge to the mental health benefits of control beliefs?
P Glavin, S Schieman
Social Psychology Quarterly 77 (4), 319-343, 2014
332014
Accumulation of economic hardship and health during the COVID-19 pandemic: Social causation or selection?
A Bierman, L Upenieks, P Glavin, S Schieman
Social Science & Medicine 275, 113774, 2021
312021
An occupational portrait of emotional labor requirements and their health consequences for workers
D Singh, P Glavin
Work and occupations 44 (4), 424-466, 2017
232017
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
232017
Über-alienated: Powerless and alone in the gig economy
P Glavin, A Bierman, S Schieman
Work and Occupations 48 (4), 399-431, 2021
212021
Precarious versus entrepreneurial origins of the recently self‐employed: Work and family determinants of Canadians’ self‐employment transitions
P Glavin, T Filipovic, M van der Maas
Sociological Forum 34 (2), 386-408, 2019
132019
Multiple jobs? The prevalence, intensity and determinants of multiple jobholding in Canada
P Glavin
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 31 (3), 383-402, 2020
102020
Dependency and hardship in the gig economy: The mental health consequences of platform work
P Glavin, S Schieman
Socius 8, 23780231221082414, 2022
72022
Labor market influences on Women's fertility decisions: longitudinal evidence from Canada
P Glavin, M Young, S Schieman
Social Science Research 88, 102417, 2020
62020
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