Soc 120 Marriage and the FamilySoc 360 Statistics for Sociologists ISoc 365 Computing in Sociological ResearchSoc 640 Sociology of the FamilySoc 674 Elementary Demographic TechniquesSoc 693 Practicum in Analysis and Research Professor of Sociology
4458 Sewell Social Sciences
Office Hours: W 10:30-11:30 (F'17)
Esteve, Albert, Christine R. Schwartz, Jan van Bavel, Iñaki Permanyer, Martin Klesment, and Joan Garcia-Roman. 2016. The End of Hypergamy: Global Trends and Implications. Population and Development Review 42(4):615-25.
Gonalons-Pons, Pilar and Christine R. Schwartz. 2017. The Growing Economic Resemblance of Spouses: Changes in Assortative Mating or the Division of Labor in Marriage? Demography 54(3):985-1005.
Schwartz, Christine R. and Pilar Gonalons-Pons. 2016. “Trends in Relative Earnings and Marital Dissolution: Are Wives Who Outearn Their Husbands Still More Likely to Divorce?” RSF: The Russell Sage Journal of the Social Sciences. 2(4):218-36.
Schwartz, Christine R. and Hongyun Han. 2014. "The Reversal of the Gender Gap in Education and Trends in Marital Dissolution."American Sociological Review 79(4): 605-29.
Schwartz, Christine R. 2013. "Trends and Variation in Assortative Mating: Causes and Consequences." Annual Review of Sociology 39:23.1-23.20.
Schwartz, Christine R. 2010. "Earnings Inequality and the Changing Association Between Spouses' Earnings." American Journal of Sociology 115:1524-57.
Schwartz, Christine R. 2010. "Pathways to Educational Homogamy in Marital and Cohabiting Unions." Demography 47:735-753.
Schwartz, Christine R. and Robert D. Mare. 2005. "Trends in Educational Assortative Marriage From 1940 to 2003." Demography 42:621-646.
CDE Research Theme Working Groups:
Demography of Inequality
Fertility, Families and Households