Jenifer Bratter
Jenifer Bratter
Associate Professor of Sociology, Rice University
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“But will it last?”: Marital instability among interracial and same‐race couples
JL Bratter, RB King
Family Relations 57 (2), 160-171, 2008
‘What about the couple?’Interracial marriage and psychological distress
JL Bratter, K Eschbach
Social Science Research 35 (4), 1025-1047, 2006
Race/Ethnic Differences in Nonspecific Psychological Distress: Evidence from the National Health Interview Survey*
JL Bratter, K Eschbach
Social Science Quarterly 86 (3), 620-644, 2005
Will “multiracial” survive to the next generation?: The racial classification of children of multiracial parents
J Bratter
Social Forces 86 (2), 821-849, 2007
A path toward interracial marriage: Women's first partners and husbands across racial lines
RB King, JL Bratter
The Sociological Quarterly 48 (2), 343-369, 2007
Houston region grows more racially/ethnically diverse, with small declines in segregation
MO Emerson, J Bratter, J Howell, PW Jeanty, M Cline
A joint report analyzing census data from 2000, 202-13, 1990
Is discrimination an equal opportunity risk? Racial experiences, socioeconomic status, and health status among black and white adults
JL Bratter, BK Gorman
Journal of health and social behavior 52 (3), 365-382, 2011
Mother’s, Father’s, or Both? Parental Gender and Parent‐Child Interactions in the Racial Classification of Adolescents1
J Bratter, HE Heard
Sociological Forum 24 (3), 658-688, 2009
Not even if you were the last person on earth! How marital search constraints affect the likelihood of marriage
RK Raley, J Bratter
Journal of Family Issues 25 (2), 167-181, 2004
Does multiracial matter? A study of racial disparities in self-rated health
JL Bratter, BK Gorman
Demography 48 (1), 127-152, 2011
Single mother families and employment, race, and poverty in changing economic times
S Damaske, JL Bratter, A Frech
Social science research 62, 120-133, 2017
From multiracial to transgender? Assessing attitudes toward expanding gender options on the US Census
K Schilt, J Bratter
Transgender Studies Quarterly 2 (1), 77-100, 2015
Poverty at a racial crossroads: Poverty among multiracial children of single mothers
JL Bratter, S Damaske
Journal of Marriage and Family 75 (2), 486-502, 2013
The demography of difference: Shifting trends of racial diversity and interracial marriage 1960–1990
J Bratter, T Zuberi
Race and Society 4 (2), 133-148, 2001
Homogamy by education and migration status in Monterrey, Mexico: changes and continuities over time
P SolÝs, TW Pullum, J Bratter
Population Research and Policy Review 26 (3), 279-298, 2007
Measuring the diverging components of race: An introduction
ME Campbell, JL Bratter, WD Roth
American Behavioral Scientist 60 (4), 381-389, 2016
Framing the faculty gender gap: A view from STEM doctoral students
CC Hughes, K Schilt, BK Gorman, JL Bratter
Gender, Work & Organization 24 (4), 398-416, 2017
14 The “one drop” rule through a multiracial lens
J Bratter
Multiracial Americans and Social Class: The Influence of Social Class oná…, 2010
Does a self-affirmation intervention reduce stereotype threat in black and Hispanic high schools?
JL Bratter, KJ Rowley, I Chukhray
Race and Social Problems 8 (4), 340-356, 2016
Multiracial children and poverty: Evidence from the early childhood longitudinal study of kindergartners
J Bratter, RT Kimbro
Family Relations 62 (1), 175-189, 2013
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