Erin A. Cech
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Professional role confidence and gendered persistence in engineering
E Cech, B Rubineau, S Silbey, C Seron
American sociological review 76 (5), 641-666, 2011
Culture of disengagement in engineering education?
EA Cech
Science, Technology, & Human Values 39 (1), 42-72, 2014
Navigating the heteronormativity of engineering: The experiences of lesbian, gay, and bisexual students
EA Cech, TJ Waidzunas
Engineering Studies 3 (1), 1-24, 2011
Perceiving glass ceilings? Meritocratic versus structural explanations of gender inequality among women in science and technology
EA Cech, M Blair-Loy
Social Problems 57 (3), 371-397, 2010
The (mis) framing of social justice: Why ideologies of depoliticization and meritocracy hinder engineers’ ability to think about social injustices
EA Cech
Engineering education for social justice: Critical explorations and …, 2013
The changing career trajectories of new parents in STEM
EA Cech, M Blair-Loy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (10), 4182-4187, 2019
Persistence is cultural: Professional socialization and the reproduction of sex segregation
C Seron, SS Silbey, E Cech, B Rubineau
Work and Occupations 43 (2), 178-214, 2016
Consequences of flexibility stigma among academic scientists and engineers
EA Cech, M Blair-Loy
Work and occupations 41 (1), 86-110, 2014
Giving back or giving up: Native American student experiences in science and engineering.
JL Smith, E Cech, A Metz, M Huntoon, C Moyer
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 20 (3), 413, 2014
The Self-Expressive Edge of Occupational Sex Segregation
EA Cech
American Journal of Sociology 119 (3), 747-789, 2013
“I am Not a Feminist, but...”: Hegemony of a meritocratic ideology and the limits of critique among women in engineering
C Seron, S Silbey, E Cech, B Rubineau
Work and occupations 45 (2), 131-167, 2018
Systemic inequalities for LGBTQ professionals in STEM
EA Cech, TJ Waidzunas
Science advances 7 (3), eabe0933, 2021
Queer in STEM organizations: Workplace disadvantages for LGBT employees in STEM related federal agencies
EA Cech, MV Pham
Social Sciences 6 (1), 12, 2017
Engineers and engineeresses? Self-conceptions and the development of gendered professional identities
E Cech
Sociological Perspectives 58 (1), 56-77, 2015
Ideological wage inequalities? The technical/social dualism and the gender wage gap in engineering
EA Cech
Social Forces 91 (4), 1147-1182, 2013
Depoliticization and the structure of engineering education
EA Cech, HM Sherick
International Perspectives on Engineering Education: Engineering Education …, 2015
LGBTQ inequality in engineering education
EA Cech, WR Rothwell
Journal of Engineering Education 107 (4), 583-610, 2018
LGBT workplace inequality in the federal workforce: Intersectional processes, organizational contexts, and turnover considerations
EA Cech, WR Rothwell
Ilr Review 73 (1), 25-60, 2020
Who likes math where? Gender differences in eighth-graders’ attitudes around the world
M Charles, B Harr, E Cech, A Hendley
International Studies in Sociology of Education 24 (1), 85-112, 2014
Mechanism or myth? Family plans and the reproduction of occupational gender segregation
EA Cech
Gender & Society 30 (2), 265-288, 2016
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