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Moral Schemas in Articulation and Intuition: How Religious People Evaluate Human Reproductive Genetic Technologies
As new and more effective human reproductive genetic technologies (RGTs) rapidly develop, religious voices remain an important part of public discussion about the moral standing of such technologies. Here, we compare how ...
Producing Sacredness and Defending Secularity: Faith in the Workplace of Taiwanese Scientists
Although a recent body of scholarship focuses on how business professionals infuse spiritual practices in their workplaces, comparatively little attention has been paid to faith in the scientific workplace, especially in ...
Strategies Men Use to Negotiate Family and Science
Despite the growing research devoted to women in science, the connection made between family life and work by men in science is not fully known. Here we present results from interviews with 54 men who were selected from a ...
Single mother families and employment, race, and poverty in changing economic times
Using American Community Survey data from 2001, 2005, and 2010, this paper assesses the relationships between employment, race, and poverty for households headed by single women across different economic periods. While ...
Deciding to Wait: Partnership Status, Economic Conditions, and Pregnancy during the Great Recession
(Sociological Science, 2017)
The Great Recession was associated with reduced fertility in the United States. Many questions about the dynamics underlying this reduction remain unanswered, however, including whether reduced fertility rates were driven ...