• Publications
  • Influence
Handbook of the Sociology of Gender
I: Basic Issues. 1. The Varieties of Gender Theory in Sociology.- 2. A Feminist Epistemology.- 3. Similarity and Difference: The Sociology of Gender Distinctions II: Macrostructures and Processes.-Expand
  • 328
  • 12
Toward an Integrated Theory of Gender Stratification
Determinants of gender stratification range through every institutional sphere and every level of sociological analysis. An integrated theory is presented which charts the connections and feedbacksExpand
  • 133
  • 10
  • PDF
Where's the Religion? Distinguishing Faith‐Based from Secular Social Service Agencies
The charitable choice provision and President Bush's proposed Faith-Based and Community Initiative have spurred debates regarding government support of faith-based social service programs and theirExpand
  • 135
  • 9
Gender Equity: An Integrated Theory of Stability and Change
Introduction PART ONE: GENDER SYSTEM STABILITY The Coercive Bases of Gender Inequality The Voluntaristic Bases of Gender System Inequality An Integrated Theory of Stability in Systems of GenderExpand
  • 169
  • 8
Feminist Theory and Sociology: Underutilized Contributions for Mainstream Theory
Feminist theories in sociology reflect the rich diversity of general theoretical orientations in our discipline; there is no one form of feminist theory. The development of these theories over theExpand
  • 115
  • 7
Agents for Cultural Reproduction and Structural Change: The Ironic Role of Women in Immigrant Religious Institutions
Changes in the roles of women in 13 immigrant religious institutions in Houston, Texas, are analyzed usinggender theories related to the reproduction ofgender and to structural changes that enhanceExpand
  • 106
  • 7
Funding Good Works: Funding Sources of Faith-Based Social Service Coalitions
Data from the first national study of faith-based social service coalitions ( n = 656) are used to achieve three goals. First, the authors describe their myriad funding sources. Second, they discussExpand
  • 42
  • 5
Structural Adaptations in Immigrant Congregations
In this paper we show that immigrant religious institutions tend to assume many elements of a congregational structure and a community center model of functioning, characteristics usually not foundExpand
  • 89
  • 4