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Sandra Hofferth Publications

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 105 references in this bibliography folder.

Hofferth, SL and Pinzon, AM (2011).
Do nonresident fathers' financial support and contact improve children's health?
Journal of Family and Economic issues, 32(3):280-295.

Hofferth, S (2010).
Home Media and Children's Achievement and Behavior
Child Development, 81(5):1598-1619.

Hofferth, S and Goldscheider, F (2010).
Does Change in Young Men's Employment Influence Fathering?
Family Relations, 59:479-493.

Hofferth, S and Goldscheider, F (2010).
Family Structure and the Transition to Early Parenthood
Demography, 47:415-437.

Hofferth, S, Forry, N, and Peters, E (2010).
Child Support, Father-Child Contact, and Preteens' Involvement with Nonresidential Fathers: Racial/Ethnic Differences
Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 31:14-32.

LaTaillade, J, Hofferth, S, and Wight, V (2010).
Consequences of Fatherhood for Young Men's Relationships with Partners and Parents
Research in Human Development, 7(2):103-122.

Hofferth, S (2009).
Changes in American children’s time, 1997-2003
International Journal of Time Use Research, 6(1):26-47.

Hofferth, S (2009).
Media use vs. work and play in middle childhood.
Social Indicators Research, 93(12):127-129.

Hofferth, S (2009).
Changes in American Children's Time, 1997-2003
International Journal of Time Use Research, 6(1):26-47.

Hofferth, SL, Kinney, DA, and Dunn, JS (2009).
The "Hurried" Child: Myth vs. Reality
In: Life Balance: Multidisciplinary Theories and Research, ed. by Kathleen Matuska and Charles Christiansen. AOTA Press and SLACK Inc. , chap. 13, pp. 183-206.

Pinzon-Rondon, A, Koblinsky, S, Hofferth, S, Pinzon-Florez, C, and Briceno, L (2009).
Work-related injuries among child street-laborers in Latin America: prevalence and predictors.
Revista Panamerican de Salud Publica/Pan American Journal of Public Health, 26(3):235-243.

Goldscheider, F, Hofferth, S, Spearin, C, and Curtin, S (2008).
Fatherhood across two Cohorts : Factors Affecting early Family Roles
Journal of Family Issues, 30:586-604.

Hofferth, S (2008).
American Children's Outdoor and Indoor Leisure Time
In: A Place for Play, ed. by Goodenough, Elizabeth . University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, chap. 5, pp. 41-44.

Hofferth, S (2008).
Linking social class to concerted cultivation, natural growth and school readiness
In: Disparities in School Readiness: How Families Contribute to Transitions into School, ed. by Booth, Alan and Crouter, Ann C. . Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ, chap. 12, pp. 199-205.

Hofferth, SL, Welk, GJ, Treuth MS, Randolph, SM, Curtin, SC, and Valliant, R (2008).
Validation of a Diary Measure of Children’s Physical Activities
Sociological Methodology, 38(1):133-154.

Pinzon-Rondon, A, Hofferth, S, and Briceno, L (2008).
Children Working in the Streets of Colombian Cities: Different Pathways to the Street Lead to Different Populations
Children and Youth Services Review , 30(12):117-1424.

Pleck, J and Hofferth, S (2008).
Mother Involvement as an Influence on Father Involvement with Early Adolescents
Fathering, 6:267-286.

Hofferth, S, Cabrera, N, Carlson, M, Coley, M, Day, RL, and Schindler, H (2007).
Resident Father Involvement and Social Fathering
In: Handbook of Measurement Issues in Family Research, ed. by Hofferth, S and Casper, L, pp. 335-374, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ.

Hofferth, S (2006).
Residential Father Family Type and Child Well-Being: Investment versus Selection
Demography, 43(1):53-77.

Hofferth, S (2006).
Response Bias in a Popular Indicator of Reading to Children
Social Methodology, 36:301-315.

Hofferth, S (2006).
Men's Involvement in the Family
In: Encyclopedia of Sociology, ed. by Ritzer, G and Bianchi, S.

Hofferth, S (2006).
Kristin A Moore
In: Encyclopedia of Applied Developmental Science, ed. by Fisher, C and R Lerner.

Hofferth, S and Curtin, S (2006).
Parental Leave Statutes and Maternal Return to Work After Childbirth in the United States
Work and Occupation, 33:73-105.

Hofferth, SL (2006).
Residential Father Family Type and Child Well-Being: Investment Versus Selection
Demography, 43:53-77.

Ryan, S, Manlove, J, and Hofferth, SL (2006).
State-Level Welfare Policies and Nonmarital Subsequent Childbearing
Population Research and Policy Review, 25(1):103-126.

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