Professor Janeen Baxter
|Professor Janeen Baxter|
Australian Research Council Professorial Fellow
Phone: (+61 7) 336 52871
Fax: (+61 7) 336 51544
Room 436, Level 4,
Michie Building (#9), St Lucia Campus
BA - Hons (Sociology) Australian National University
MA (Sociology) Australian National University
PhD (Sociology) University of Queensland
Fellow – Academy of Social Sciences in Australia
Member - ARC College Social, Behavioural and Economic Sciences Panel
Member - The Australian Sociological Association
Member - The American Sociological Association
Member - The British Sociological Association
Member - The International Sociological Association, Research Committee 28 (Social Stratification and Mobility)
Member - Population Association of America
ARC Professorial Fellow, School of Social Science, University of Queensland, 2009 -
Professor, School of Social Science, University of Queensland, 2005 - 2008
Associate Professor, School of Social Science, University of Queensland, 2000 - 2004
Senior Lecturer, Sociology, University of Tasmania, 1998 - 2000
Fellow, R.S.S.S., Australian National University, 1995 - 1997
Families and households
Gender inequalities in paid and unpaid work
Transitions over the life course (NLC Project)
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Evans, A. and Baxter, J. (eds) (forthcoming) Negotiating the Life Course: Stability and Change in Life Pathways. Springer.
Van Egmond, M., Baxter, J., Buchler, S., and Western, M. (2010). “A Stalled Revolution? Gender Role Attitudes in Australia, 1986-2005.” Journal of Population Research 27:147–168.
Chesters, J. and Baxter, J. (2011) “Prisoners of Love? Job Satisfaction in Care Work.” Australian Journal of Social Issues. 46 (1), Autumn: 49-67.
Hewitt, B. and Baxter, J. (2011). “Who Gets Married in Australia? The Economic and Social Determinants of a Transition into First Marriage 2001 – 2006.” Journal of Sociology. 48 (1): 43-61.
Baxter, J. and Chesters, J. (2011). “Perceptions of Work-Family Balance: How Effective are Family-Friendly Policies?” Australian Journal of Labour Economics. 14 (2): 139-151.
Hosking, A., Whitehouse, G. and Baxter, J. (2010) "Duration of leave and resident fathers' involvement in infant care in Australia." Journal of Marriage and Family, 72 4: 1301-1316.
Cooke, L. P. and Baxter, J. (2010) "Families in International Context: Comparing Institutional Effects Across Western Societies." Journal of Marriage and Family, 72 3: 516-536.
Baxter, J., Haynes, M. and Hewitt, B. (2010) "Pathways into marriage : Cohabitation and the domestic division of labor." Journal of Family Issues, 31 11: 1507-1529. 8.25
Hewitt, B., England, P., Baxter, J. and Shafer, E. F. (2010) "Education and unintended pregnancies in Australia: Do differences in relationship status and age at birth explain the education gradient?." Population Review, 49 1: 36-52. 7.94
Buchler, S., Haynes, M. and Baxter, J. (2009) "Casual employment in Australia: The influence of employment contract on financial well-being." Journal of Sociology, 45 3: 271-289.
Baxter, J., Hewitt, B. and Western, M. (2009) "Who uses paid domestic labor in Australia? Choice and constraint in hiring household help." Feminist Economics, 15 1: 1-26.
Baxter, J., Hewitt, B., and Haynes, M. (2008) "Life course transitions and housework: Marriage, parenthood and time on housework." Journal of Marriage and Family, 70:259-272.