Leah Ruppanner
Leah Ruppanner
Professor of Sociology and Founding Director of The Future of Work Lab, University of Melbourne
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COVID‐19 and the gender gap in work hours
C Collins, LC Landivar, L Ruppanner, WJ Scarborough
Gender, Work & Organization 28, 101-112, 2021
Early signs indicate that COVID-19 is exacerbating gender inequality in the labor force
LC Landivar, L Ruppanner, WJ Scarborough, C Collins
Socius 6, 2378023120947997, 2020
Blurred boundaries: Gender and work–family interference in cross-national context
L Ruppanner, ML Huffman
Work and Occupations 41 (2), 210-236, 2014
Conflict between work and family: An investigation of four policy measures
L Ruppanner
Social Indicators Research 110, 327-347, 2013
Conflict and housework: Does country context matter?
L Ruppanner
European Sociological Review 26 (5), 557-570, 2010
The gendered consequences of a weak infrastructure of care: School reopening plans and parents’ employment during the COVID-19 pandemic
C Collins, L Ruppanner, L Christin Landivar, WJ Scarborough
Gender & Society 35 (2), 180-193, 2021
Good housekeeping, great expectations: Gender and housework norms
S Thébaud, S Kornrich, L Ruppanner
Sociological Methods & Research 50 (3), 1186-1214, 2021
Does unequal housework lead to divorce? Evidence from Sweden
L Ruppanner, M Brandén, J Turunen
Sociology 52 (1), 75-94, 2018
Harried and unhealthy? Parenthood, time pressure, and mental health
L Ruppanner, F Perales, J Baxter
Journal of Marriage and Family 81 (2), 308-326, 2019
Cross-national reports of housework: An investigation of the gender empowerment measure
LE Ruppanner
Social Science Research 39 (6), 963-975, 2010
Mission impossible? New housework theories for changing families
C Geist, L Ruppanner
Journal of Family Theory & Review 10 (1), 242-262, 2018
Gender linked fate, race/ethnicity, and the marriage gap in American politics
CT Stout, K Kretschmer, L Ruppanner
Political Research Quarterly 70 (3), 509-522, 2017
Who helps with homework? Parenting inequality and relationship quality among employed mothers and fathers
S Schieman, L Ruppanner, MA Milkie
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 39, 49-65, 2018
Expensive childcare and short school days= lower maternal employment and more time in childcare? Evidence from the American time use survey
L Ruppanner, S Moller, L Sayer
Socius 5, 2378023119860277, 2019
Fairness and housework: A cross-national comparison
L Ruppanner
Journal of Comparative family studies 39 (4), 509-526, 2008
Who cares? Caregiver well-being in Europe
L Ruppanner, G Bostean
European Sociological Review 30 (5), 655-669, 2014
Shifting inequalities? Parents’ sleep, anxiety, and calm during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia and the United States
L Ruppanner, X Tan, W Scarborough, LC Landivar, C Collins
Men and Masculinities 24 (1), 181-188, 2021
The mental load: building a deeper theoretical understanding of how cognitive and emotional labor overload women and mothers
L Dean, B Churchill, L Ruppanner
Community, Work & Family 25 (1), 13-29, 2022
State liberalism, female supervisors, and the gender wage gap
DJ Maume, L Ruppanner
Social science research 50, 126-138, 2015
Motherlands: How states in the US push mothers out of employment
L Ruppanner
Temple University Press, 2020
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