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Klein, W. (2010). Indian American family life.  In H. Ling and A. W. Austin (Eds.), Asian American History and Culture: An Encyclopedia.  Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.

Kremer-Sadlik, T., Izquierdo, C. & Fatigante, M. (2010). Making meaning of everyday practices: Parents' attitudes toward children’s extra-curricular activities in the United States and in Italy. Anthropology of Education Quarterly 4(1):35-54.

Montgomery, A.F. (2010). “Ghettos and Enclaves in the Cross-Place Realm: Mapping Socially Bounded Spaces Across Cities.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

Ochs, E., Shohet, M., Campos, B. & Beck, M. (2010). Coming together for dinner: A study of working families. In K. Christensen & B. Schneider (Eds.), Workplace Flexibility: Realigning 20th Century Jobs to 21st Century Workforce, pg. 57-70. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Saxbe, D. & Repetti, R.L. (2010). For better or worse? Coregulation of couples’ cortisol levels and mood states.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 98(1):92-103.

Saxbe, D. & Repetti, R.L. (2010). No place like home: Home tours predict daily patterns of mood and cortisol. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36(1):71-81.



Beck, M.E. & Arnold, J.E. (2009). Gendered time use at home: an ethnographic examination of leisure time in middle-class families. Leisure Studies 28(2):121-142.

Campos, B., Graesch, A.P., Repetti, R., Bradbury T. & Ochs, E. (2009). Opportunity for interaction? A naturalistic observation study of dual-earner families after work and school. Journal of Family Psychology 23: 798-807.

Garro, L.C. & Yarris, K.E. (2009) "A massive long way": Interconnecting histories, a "special child," ADHD, and everyday family life. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 33(4):559-607.

Graesch, A. P. (2009). Material indicators of family busyness. Social Indicators Research 93(1):85-94.

Klein, W., Graesch, A. P. & Izquierdo, C. (2009). Children and chores: A mixed-methods study of children’s household work in Los Angeles families. Anthropology of Work Review 30(3): 98-109.

Kremer-Sadlik, T. (2009). Evoking the ‘other’: Parents’ framing of family ethos. Culture Familiari tra Pratiche e Rappresentazioni (Families’ Cultures between Practices and Representations), a special issue of Etnografia e Ricerca Qualitativa (Ethnography and qualitative research), 2:2-17.

Mathews, G. & Izquierdo, C. (Eds.) (2009). (re-launched in paperback) Pursuits of Happiness: Well-Being in Anthropological Perspective. Berghahn Books: Oxford UK.

Mathews, G. & Izquierdo, C. (2009). Introduction: Anthropology and well-being--a linkage whose time has come. In G. Mathews & C. Izquierdo (Eds.), Anthropology and Well-Being: A Linkage Whose Time Has Come. Oxford, U.K.: Berghahn Books.

Mathews, G. & Izquierdo, C. (2009). Conclusion: An integrated multidimensional approach to the study of well-being. In G. Mathews & C. Izquierdo (Eds.), Anthropology and Well-Being: A Linkage Whose Time Has Come. Oxford, U.K.: Berghahn Books.

Ochs, E. & Izquierdo, C. (2009). Responsibility in childhood: Three developmental trajectories. Ethos 37(4): 391-413.

Paugh, A. & Izquierdo, C. (2009). Why is this a battle every night?: Negotiating food and eating in American dinnertime interaction. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 19(2): 185-204.

Repetti, R. & Saxbe, D. (2009). The effects of job stress on the family: One size does not fit all. In D. R. Crane and E. J. Hill (Eds.), Handbook of Families & Work: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, pp. 62-78.  New York: University Press of America.

Repetti, R.L., & Wang, S. (2009). Work-family spillover.  In H.T. Reis & S. K. Sprecher (Eds.),  Encyclopedia of Human Relationships, pp.1694-1697. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Repetti, R. L. & Wang, S. (2009). Parent employment and chaos in the family. In Evans, G.W. & Wachs, T.D. (Eds.). Chaos and Its Influence on Children's Development: An Ecological Perspective, pp. 191-208. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Repetti, R.L., Wang, S. & Saxbe, D. (2009).  Bringing it all back home: How outside stressors shape families’ everyday lives. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 18(2):106-111.

Saxbe, D. & Repetti, R.L. (2009). Fathers’ and mothers' marital relationship predicts daughters’ pubertal development two years later.  Journal of Adolescence, 32(2):415-423.

Wingard, L. & Forsberg, L. (2009). Parent involvement in children’s homework in American and Swedish dual-earner families. Journal of Pragmatics 41(8):1576-1595.



Beck, M. E. (2008). Ethnoarchaeology. In D. M. Pearsall (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Archaeology, pp. 1157-1167. New York: Academic Press.

Kremer-Sadlik, T., Fatigante, M. & Fasulo, A. (2008). Family time: A cross-cultural view from the US and Italy'. Ethos 36 (3):283-309.

Pash, D. (2008). Gay family values: Gay co-father families in straight communities.  In E. Rudd & L. Descartes (Eds.), The Changing Landscape of Work and Family in the American Middle Classes: Reports from the Field, pp.159-187.  Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Paugh, A. (2008). Language socialization in working families. In P. Duff and N. Hornberger (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Education, Volume 8: Language Socialization, pp. 101-113. New York: Springer.

Reynolds, B.M. & Repetti, R.L. (2008). Contextual variations in negative mood and state self-esteem: What role do peers play? Journal of Early Adolescence, 28(3):405-427

Saxbe, D. & Repetti, R.L. (2008).  Taking the temperature of family life: Preliminary results from an observational study.  In A. Marcus-Newhall, D. Halpern, & S. Tan (Eds.), The Changing Realities of Work and Family: A Multidisciplinary Approach, pp. 175-193. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Saxbe, D. E., Repetti, R. L & Nishina, A. (2008).  Marital satisfaction, recovery from work, and diurnal cortisol among men and women.  Health Psychology 27(1):15-25.



Arnold, J. E. & Lang, U. (2007).  The changing landscape of home: Trends in home-based leisure and storage among working American families.  Journal of Family and Economic Issues 28(1):23-48.

Beck, M.E. (2007). Dinner preparation in the modern United States. British Food Journal 109(7):531-547.

Beck, M.E. (2007). Dinner preparation in the U.S. Food Technology 61(12):38-45.

Broege, N., Owens, A., Graesch, A. P., Arnold, J. E., and Schneider, B. (2007).  Calibrating measures of family activities between large- and small-scale data sets. Sociological Methodology 37(1):119-149.

Fasulo, A., Loyd, H. & Padiglione, V. (2007).  Children's socialization into cleaning practices: A cross-cultural perspective.  Discourse & Society 18(1).

Goodwin, C. (2007).  Participation, stance and affect in the organization of activities.  Discourse and Society 18(1):53-73.

Goodwin, M. H. (2007).  Occasioned knowledge exploration in family interaction.  Discourse and Society 18(1):93-110.

Klein, W., Izquierdo, C. & Bradbury, T. (2007).  Working relationships: communicative patterns and strategies among couples in everyday life.  Qualitative Methods in Psychology 4:29-47.

Kremer-Sadlik, T. & Kim, J. L. (2007).  Lessons from sports: Children’s socialization to values through family interaction during sports activities.  Discourse & Society 18(1):35-52.

Kremer-Sadlik, T. & Paugh, A. (2007). Everyday moments: Finding ‘quality time’ in American working families. Time & Society 16(2/3):287-308.

Ochs, E. & Kremer-Sadlik, T. (2007).  Introduction: Morality as family practice.  Discourse & Society 18(1):5-10.

Wingard, L. (2007).  Constructing time and prioritizing activities in parent-child interaction.  Discourse & Society 18 (1).



Fasulo, A., Loyd, H. & Padiglione, V. (2006).  La socializzazione alle pratiche di pulizia: Un'indagine comparativa.  Età Evolutiva 85: 93-103.

Goodwin, C. (2006).  Retrospective and prospective orientation in the construction of argumentative moves.  Text and Talk 26 (4/5): 441-460.

Goodwin, M. H. (2006).  Participation, affect, and trajectory in family directive/response sequences.  Text and Talk 26 (4/5): 515-544.

Montgomery, A. (2006).  Living in each other's pockets: The navigation of social distances by middle class families in Los Angeles.  American Sociological Association City & Community Journal 5 (4).

Ochs, E., Graesch, A. P., Mittmann, A., Bradbury, T. & Repetti, R. (2006).  Video ethnography and ethnoarchaeological tracking.  In M. Pitt-Catsouphes, K. Kossek, and S. Sweet (Eds.), The Work-Family Handbook: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives and Approaches to Research, pp. 387-409. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, New Jersey.

Ochs, E. & Shohet, M. (2006). The cultural structuring of mealtime socialization.  In R. Larson, A. Wiley & K. Branscomb (Eds.), Family Mealtime as a Context of Development and Socialization, New Directions in Child and Adolescent Development Series, pp. 35-50.  San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Sirota, K. G. (2006).  Habits of the hearth: Children's bedtime routines as relational work.  Text & Talk 26 (4/5): 493-514.

Story, L. B. & Repetti, R. L. (2006).  Daily occupational stressors and marital behavior.  Journal of Family Psychology 20(4):690-700.

Tannen, D. & Goodwin, M. H. (2006).  Introduction to special issue on "Family Discourse, Framing Family".  Text and Talk 26 (4/5): 407-409.

Wingard, L. (2006).  Mentioning homework first in parent-child interaction.  Text & Talk 26 (4/5): 573-598.



Goodwin, M. H. (2005). Interaction, language Practice, and the construction of the social universe.  Calidoscopio 3 (3): UNISINOS, Sao Leopoldo, Brazil.

Paugh, A. (2005).  Learning about work at dinnertime: Language socialization in dual-earner American families.  Discourse & Society 16: 55-78.

Repetti, R. (2005).  A psychological perspective on the health and well-being consequences of parental employment.  In S.M. Bianchi, L.M. Casper, & R. B. King (Eds.), Work, Family, Health and Well-being, pp. 245-258.  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Repetti, R., Klima, T. & Kremer-Sadlik, T. (2005).  How might adolescents’ observations of their parents’ work and family role management contribute to their own future roles as parents and workers?  In B. Schneider and L. Waite (Eds.), Working Families: Time Together, Time Apart, pp. 361-364.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.



Graesch, A.P. (2004). Notions of family embedded in the house.  Anthropology News, 45(5):20.

Pash, D. (2004).  Gay fathers define family in local communities.  Anthropology News 45(5):12.

Repetti, R. (2004). Work-family research. California Public Policy Forum: The Way We Work and Its Impact on Our Health, pp. 56-59. Scientific Summaries Paper.

Repetti, R. L. & Mittmann, A. (2004).  Workplace stress.  In A. Christensen, R. Martin, & J. Smyth (Eds.), Encyclopedia of health psychology, pp. 342-344.  New York: Kluwer Academic Publications.

Story, L. B. & Bradbury, T.N. (2004).  Understanding marriage and stress: Essential questions and challenges.  Clinical Psychology Review 23: 1139-1162.

Wood, J. J. & Repetti, R. L. (2004).  What gets dad involved: A longitudinal study of change in parental caregiving involvement.  Journal of Family Psychology 18: 237-249.



Cantor, D., Boyce, T. & Repetti, R. (2003).  Ensuring healthy working lives.  In R. Rozensky, N. Johnson, C. Goodheart, & R. Hammond (Eds), Psychology Builds a Healthy World, pp. 275-296.  Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.