Perceptions of Future Career Family Flexibility as a Deterrent from Majoring in STEM
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Publication InfoMickelson, RA; Moller, S; Stearns, E; & Valentino, Lauren (2016). Perceptions of Future Career Family Flexibility as a Deterrent from Majoring in STEM. Social Currents, 3(3). pp. 273-292. 10.1177/2329496515604636. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/13688.
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Lauren Valentino received her PhD in Sociology from Duke University in 2019. She is currently a postdoctoral associate at the Kenan Institute for Ethics. Her areas of interest include culture and cognition, and stratification and inequality. Her current research examines the social patterns in cultural perceptions of the education system, labor market, and social movements. Her work has been published in American Sociological Review, Social Forces, Poetics, Social Pro