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Noelle Chesley

Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies
Sociology
 (414) 229-2398
 Bolton Hall 752

Fall Office Hours:
Thursdays 2:00-4:00pm and by appointment

Education

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

Teaching Schedule

Fall 2015
SOCIOL 361-401: Research Methods in Sociology
SOCIOL 927-001: Seminar in Sociology of Contemporary Institutions: Gendered Institutions

Selected Publications

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. (2014, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Information and Communication Technology Use, Work Intensification, and Employee Strain and Distress. Work, Employment, & Society, 28(4), 589-610.
Chesley, N. A., & Johnson, B. (2014). Information and Communication Technology Use and Social Connectedness over the Life Course. Sociology Compass, 8/6, 589-602.
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, 23(3), 1137-56.
Chesley, N. A., & Fox, B. (2012, February). Email Use and its Perceived Effect on Family Relationship Quality: Variation by Gender and Race/Ethnicity. Sociological Focus, 45(1), 1-22.
Chesley, N. A. (2011, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Stay-at-Home Fathers and Breadwinning Mothers: Gender, Couple Dynamics, and Social Change. Gender & Society, Sage, 25(5), 642-644.
Chesley, N. A. (2005). Blurring Boundaries? Linking Technology Use, Spillover, Individual Distress, and Family Satisfaction. Journal of Marriage and Family, 67, 1237-1248.