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File Troff document (with manpage macros)Parental involvement, child effort, and the development of immigrant boys’ and girls’ reading and mathematics skills: A latent difference score growth model
U.J. Moon and Sandra Hofferth, University of Maryland // Keywords: academic achievement, gender differences, immigrant children, parent involvement, longitudinal study; 2016-006
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
Time Use Workshop: Using Time Diary Data to Investigate Intersectional Inequalities in Housework, Carework, and Leisure
Liana Sayer & Sandra Hofferth
Located in Coming Up
File Troff document (with manpage macros)Parental Expectations and Childhood Activities in Immigrant Transitions to Adulthood
Sandra Hofferth, University of Maryland and U.J. Moon, Lyndonville State College // Keywords: Immigrants, youth, education, work, delinquency; 2013-002
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
File Troff document (with manpage macros)Racial-Ethnic Differences in Children’s Activity Patterns: Class, Capital and Cultural Explanations
Sandra Hofferth, University of Maryland; U.J. Moon, Lyndonville State College // Keywords: extracurricular activities, ethnic minorities, socioeconomic status, social capital, culture, children; 2013-006
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
Sandra Hofferth interviews Daniel Hamermesh
Comments on work-non-work balance, trends for rich-country time use, and labor market participation changes since 2000
Located in News
Sandra Hofferth quoted in the Epoch Times
Proposed tax credit would make it easier for working parents to pay for childcare
Located in News
Hofferth study challenges common wisdom about single parenting
Income level, not family structure, has the biggest impact on parenting practices
Located in News
Hofferth research confirms continuing increase in fathers' time with children
Parental leave expressly for fathers recommended policy outcome
Located in News
Special Symposium: The New Media Generation: Implications of Computer and Video Game Use for Parents and Teachers
Allison Druin, Director and Associate Professor, Human Computer Interaction Laboratory, College of Information Studies; Sandra Hofferth, Director, Maryland Population Research Center, Professor of Family Science, School of Public Health; Melanie Killen, Professor, Human Development, College of Education, Affiliate Professor, Department of Psychology
Located in Coming Up
Seminar Series: Panel Discussion - Hofferth, Cabrera
Presenters: Sandra L. Hofferth, Director, Maryland Population Research Center and Professor, Department of Family Science; Natasha Cabrera, Director, Family Involvement Laboratory and Associate Professor, Department of Human Development, University of Maryland
Located in Coming Up