Dr. Gretchen Webber

Associate Professor

Dr. Gretchen Webber
615-898-2519
Room 305, Andrew L. Todd Hall (TODD)
MTSU Box 10, Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Degree Information

  • Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin (2005)
  • M.Ed., University of Texas Austin (1998)
  • M.B.A., University of Oklahoma (1989)
  • B.S., University of Oklahoma (1986)

Areas of Expertise

  • Family
  • Gender
  • Intersection of Gender and Work
  • Qualitative Methods

Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Gretchen R. Webber with J. Reid and S. Elliott. 2015 â�� â��Itâ��s Like Being In Church And Being On A Field Tripâ��: The Date Versus Party Setting In College Studentsâ�� Accounts Of Hooking Up.&acir...
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Refereed Journal Articles

  • Gretchen R. Webber with J. Reid and S. Elliott. 2015 â�� â��Itâ��s Like Being In Church And Being On A Field Tripâ��: The Date Versus Party Setting In College Studentsâ�� Accounts Of Hooking Up.â�� Symbolic Interaction. Vol 38:175â��194.
  • Brian P. Hinote and Gretchen R. Webber. 2012. Drinking Toward Manhood: Masculinity and Alcohol In The Former USSR. Men and Masculinities 15:292-310.
  • Julie Reid*, Sinikka Elliott*, and Gretchen R. Webber*. 2011. Casual Hookups to Formal Dates: Refining the Boundaries of the Sexual Double Standard. Gender & Society 25:545-568.
    *Equal authorship.
  • Gretchen R. Webber and Stephanie Byrd. 2010. In-Depth Interviews. Sloan Work-Family Research Network.(n.d.) http://wfnetwork.bc.edu/encyclopedia_entry.php?id=16783&area=All
  • Gretchen R. Webber and Christine L. Williams. 2008. Mothers in "Good" and "Bad" Part-Time Jobs: Different Problems, Same Results. Gender & Society 22:752-777.
  • Article selected as 2010 finalist for Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research competition, given annually by Center for Families at Purdue University and Boston College Center for Work and Family.
  • Reprinted in Inequality in Canada: A Reader on the Intersections of Gender, Race, and Class, ed. by Valerie Zawilski. (Oxford 2009).
  • Gretchen R. Webber and Christine L. Williams. 2008. Part-Time Work and the Gender Division of Labor. Qualitative Sociology 31:15-36.

Other Publications

  • Gretchen R. Webber. (2013) "Good Jobs, Bad Jobs." Sage Sociology of Work Encyclopedia entry.
  • Gretchen R. Webber and Lisa L. Walker (2013) "Stay at-home Mothers." Sage Sociology of Work Encyclopedia entry.
  • Gretchen. R. Webber. 2009. Book Review, Opting Out? Why Women Really Quit Careers and Head Home, By Pamela Stone. Gender & Society 23:125-127.
  • Peter Heller and Gretchen R. Webber. 2008. Initial Outcomes Assessment: Tennessee's Multiple Response System Approach to Child Protective Services. Report to Department of Children's Services.

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