Amy S. Wharton
Amy S. Wharton
Professor of Sociology, Washington State University
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The affective consequences of service work: Managing emotions on the job
AS Wharton
Work and occupations 20 (2), 205-232, 1993
The sociology of gender: An introduction to theory and research
AS Wharton
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
The sociology of emotional labor
AS Wharton
Annual review of sociology 35, 147-165, 2009
Managing emotions on the job and at home: Understanding the consequences of multiple emotional roles
AS Wharton, RI Erickson
Academy of management Review 18 (3), 457-486, 1993
Employees' use of work-family policies and the workplace social context
M Blair-Loy, AS Wharton
Social forces 80 (3), 813-845, 2002
Inauthenticity and depression: Assessing the consequences of interactive service work
RJ Erickson, AS Wharton
Work and occupations 24 (2), 188-213, 1997
The psychosocial consequences of emotional labor
AS Wharton
The annals of the american academy of political and social science 561 (1 …, 1999
So happy together? The impact of gender segregation on men at work
AS Wharton, JN Baron
American Sociological Review, 574-587, 1987
The consequences of caring: Exploring the links between women's job and family emotion work
AS Wharton, RJ Erickson
The Sociological Quarterly 36 (2), 273-296, 1995
Long work hours and family life: A cross-national study of employees' concerns
AS Wharton, M Blair-Loy
Journal of Family Issues 27 (3), 415-436, 2006
Doing for others on the job: The affective requirements of service work, gender, and emotional well-being
F Heather Bulan, RJ Erickson, AS Wharton
Social problems 44 (2), 235-256, 1997
Satisfaction?: the psychological impact of gender segregation on women at work
AS Wharton, JN Baron
The Sociological Quarterly 32 (3), 365-387, 1991
The social construction of gender and race in organizations: A social identity and group mobilization perspective
AS Wharton
Research in the Sociology of Organizations 10 (1992), 55-84, 1992
Social context at work: A multilevel analysis of job satisfaction
AS Wharton, T Rotolo, SR Bird
Sociological forum 15, 65-90, 2000
sociological perspectives
J Best, RC Bulman, JA Howard, MJ Milligan, R t Serpe, JL Shiao, ...
Organizational commitment and constraints on work-family policy use: Corporate flexibility policies in a global firm
M Blair-Loy, AS Wharton
Sociological Perspectives 47 (3), 243-267, 2004
The “overtime culture” in a global corporation: A cross-national study of finance professionals' interest in working part-time
AS Wharton, M Blair-Loy
Work and Occupations 29 (1), 32-63, 2002
Structure and agency in socialist-feminist theory
AS Wharton
Gender & Society 5 (3), 373-389, 1991
Use of formal and informal work–family policies on the digital assembly line
AS Wharton, S Chivers, M Blair-Loy
Work and occupations 35 (3), 327-350, 2008
Exploring the relationship between mission statements and work-life practices in organizations
M Blair-Loy, AS Wharton, J Goodstein
Organization Studies 32 (3), 427-450, 2011
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