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PhD, Cornell University
MPA, Syracuse University
BS, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Rufus King High School, Milwaukee, WI
Areas of Specialization
Life Course Studies; Gender; Adult Development and Aging; Health and Well-Being; Work and Family; Quantitative and Qualitative Research Design and Analysis
SOCIOL 361-401: Research Methods in Sociology
SOCIOL 442-201: The Work-Family Intersection
SOCIOL 260-201: Blood, Sex, Money, Power: Families and Intimate Relationships
Chesley, N. A., & Flood, S. Signs of Change? At-Home and Breadwinner Parents’ Housework and Child Care Time. Journal of Marriage and Family.
Chesley, N. A. What Does it Mean to be a Breadwinner Mother? Journal of Family Issues.
Chesley, N. A., & Johnson, B. (2015). Technology Use and the New Economy: Work Extension, Network Connectivity, and Employee Distress and Productivity. Research in the Sociology of Work, 26, 61-99.
Chesley, N. A., Slibak, A., & Wajcman, J. (2013, November). Information and Communication Technology Use and Work-Life Integration.
Major, D., & Burke, R. (Eds.). Handbook of work-life integration of professionals: Challenges and opportunities
, 245-266. Elgar Publications.
Fonk, J., Davidoff, D., Lutzow, T., Chesley, N. A., & Mathiowetz, N. (2012, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). The Effect of Advance Directives on End-of-Life Cost Experience. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved
Chesley, N. A. (2005). Blurring Boundaries? Linking Technology Use, Spillover, Individual Distress, and Family Satisfaction. Journal of Marriage and Family, 67, 1237-1248.