Work

 

PUBLICATIONS BY TOPIC (*graduate student co-author)


work-family INTERFACE

  1. Schieman, Scott and Paul Glavin. Forthcoming. “Ironic Flexibility: When Normative Role-Blurring Undermines the Benefits of Schedule Control.” The Sociological Quarterly.

  2. Schieman, Scott and Paul Glavin. 2015. “The Pressure-Status Nexus and Blurred Work-Family Boundaries.” Work and Occupations.

  3. Schieman, Scott and Marisa Young. 2014. “Who Engages in Work-Family Multitasking? A Study of Canadian and American Workers.” Social Indicators Research.

  4. Young, Marisa, Scott Schieman, and Melissa Milkie. 2014. “Spouse’s Work-to-family Conflict, Family Stressors, and Mental Health among Dual-earner Mothers and Fathers.” Society and Mental Health 4:1-20.

  5. Schieman, Scott and Marisa Young. 2013. “Are Communications about Work Outside Regular Working Hours Associated with Work-to-Family Conflict, Psychological Distress and Sleep Problems?” Work and Stress. 27(3):244-261.

  6. *Young, Marisa and Scott Schieman. 2012. "When Hard Times Take a Toll: The Distressing Consequences of Economic Hardship and Life Events within the Family-Work Interface” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 53(1):84-98.

  7. Glavin, Paul and Scott Schieman. 2012. “Work-Family Role Blurring and Work-Family Conflict: The Moderating Influence of Job Resources and Job Demands.” Work and Occupations 39(1):71-98.

  8. Schieman, Scott and *Paul Glavin. 2011. “Education and Work-Family Conflict: Explanations, Contingencies, and Mental Health Consequences.” Social Forces 89(4):1341-1362.

  9. Schieman, Scott and *Marisa Young. 2011. “Economic Hardship and Family-to-Work Conflict: The Importance of Gender and Work Conditions.” Journal of Family and Economic Issues. 32(1): 46-61.

  10. *Glavin, Paul, Scott Schieman, and *Sarah Reid. 2011. “The Impact of Boundary-Spanning Work Demands on Negative Emotions and Psychological Well-Being.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 52:43-57.

  11. Schieman, Scott and *Marisa Young. 2010. “Is there a Downside to Schedule Control for the Work-Family Interface?” Journal of Family Issues 31(10):1391-1414.

  12. Schieman, Scott and *Marisa Young. 2010. “The Demands of Creative Work: Implications for the Stress in the Work-Family Interface.” Social Science Research 39:246-59.

  13. Schieman, Scott, Melissa Milkie, and *Paul Glavin. 2009. “When Work Interferes with Life: The Social Distribution of Work-Nonwork Interference and the Influence of Work-Related Demands and Resources.” American Sociological Review 74:966-87.

  14. Schieman, Scott and *Paul Glavin. 2008. “Trouble at the Border? Gender, Flexible Work Conditions, and the Work-Home Interface.” Social Problems 55:590–611.

  15. Schieman, Scott, Debra Branch McBrier, and Karen Van Gundy. 2003. “Home-to-Work Conflict, Work Qualities, and Emotional Distress.” Sociological Forum 18:137–65.



WORK CONDITIONS AND STRESS PROCESSES

  1. * Koltai, Jonathan and Scott Schieman. 2015. “Job Pressure and SES-Contingent Buffering: Resource Reinforcement, Substitution, or Stress of Higher Status?” Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

  2. Glavin, Paul and Scott Schieman. 2014. “Control in the Face of Uncertainty: The Relationship between the Sense of Personal Control and Psychological Distress in the Context of Job Insecurity.” Social Psychology Quarterly 77:318-343.

  3. Kmec, Julie, Lindsey Trimble O’Conner, and Scott Schieman. 2014. "Not Ideal: The Association between Working Anything But Full-Time and Perceived Unfair Treatment.” Work and Occupations 41:63-85.

  4. Schieman, Scott, Markus Schafer, and *Mitchell McIvor. 2013. “The Rewards of Authority in the Workplace: Do Gender and Age Matter?” Sociological Perspectives 55:75-96.

  5. Schieman, Scott. 2013. “Job-Related Resources and the Pressures of Working Life.” Social Science Research 42:271-282.

  6. *Glavin, Paul and Scott Schieman. 2010. “Interpersonal Context at Work and the Frequency, Appraisal, and Consequences of Boundary-Spanning Demands.” The Sociological Quarterly 51:205-225.

  7. Schieman, Scott and *Sarah Reid. 2009. “Job Authority and Health: Unraveling the Competing Suppression and Explanatory Influences.” Social Science and Medicine 69:1616-1624.

  8. Schieman, Scott and *Taralyn McMullen. 2008. “Relational Demography in the Workplace and Health: An Analysis of Gender and the Superordinate-Subordinate Role-Set.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 49:286–300.

  9. Schieman, Scott and *Sarah Reid. 2008. “Job Authority and Interpersonal Conflict in the Workplace.” Work and Occupations 35:296–326.

  10. Schieman, Scott, *Yuko Kurashina, and Karen Van Gundy. 2006. “The Nature of Work and the Stress of Higher Status.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 47:242–57.

  11. Schieman, Scott. 2006. “Gender, Dimensions of Work, and Supportive Coworker Relations.” The Sociological Quarterly 47:195–214.

  12. Schieman, Scott, Leonard I. Pearlin, and Kim Nguyen. 2005. “Status Inequality and Occupational Regrets in Late Life.” Research on Aging 27:692–724.

  13. Schieman, Scott. 2002. “Socioeconomic Status, Job Conditions, and Well-Being: Self-Concept Explanations for Gender-Contingent Effects.” The Sociological Quarterly 43:627–46.