|England, Paula, PhD|
Paula England is Professor of Sociology at New York University. She studies contraception, unplanned pregnancy, nonmarital births, divorce, the effect of motherhood on women's pay, and college sexuality. She is interested in how class and gender inequalities affect these processes. She is author of many articles, and of Households, Employment, and Gender (1986, with George Farkas). She is co-editor (with Marcia Carlson) of Social Class and Changing Families in an Unequal America (2011), and co-editor (with Kathryn Edin) of Unmarried Couples with Children (2007). A former editor of the American Sociological Review, she was a recipient of the American's Sociological Association's 1999 Jessie Bernard award for research on gender, and of the ASA Family Section's 2010 award for distinguished research.
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