The following is a list of selected recent publications by Work, Professions and Occupations cluster members:


Adams, Tracey L. (forthcoming). “Self-Regulating Professions: Past, Present and Future” Journal of Professions and Organization.

Adams, Tracey L. (forthcoming). “Professional Self-Regulation and the Public Interest in Canada” Professions and Professionalism.

Boateng, Godfred Odei and Tracey L. Adams. 2016. “‘Drop dead … I need your job’: An exploratory study of intra-professional conflict amongst nurses in two Ontario cities” Social Science & Medicine Vol 155 (April): 35-42.


Fuller, Sylvia and Natasha Stecy-Hildebrandt. 2015 “Career Pathways for Temporary Workers: Exploring Heterogeneous Mobility Dynamics with Sequence Analysis” Social Science Research 50: 76-99

Gawley, Tim and Shane Dixon. 2015. One side of the story: Examining newspaper coverage of workplace injury and fatality in Ontario, 2007–2012. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation 53 (1): 205–218. DOI:10.3233/WOR-152140.

Kaida, Lisa. 2015 “Ethnic Variations in Immigrant Poverty Exit and Female Employment: The Missing Link” Demography 52(2): 485-511.

Young, Marisa, Jean Wallace and Alicia Polachek. 2015, “Gender Differences in Perceived Domestic Equity: A Study of Professionals.” Journal of Family Issues, 36(13), 1751-1781.

Krahn, Harvey, Karen D. Hughes and G.S. Lowe. 2015. Work, Industry, and Canadian Society, 7th ed. Toronto: Nelson Education.

Lehmann, Wolfgang and Alison Taylor. 2015. “On the Role of Habitus and Field in Apprenticeships” Work, Employment and Society 29(4): 607-623 DOI: 10.1177/0950017014564616.

Lehmann, Wolfgang, Alison Taylor and Zane Hamm. 2015. “‘Go West Young Man’: Youth apprenticeship and opportunity structures in two Canadian provinces” Journal of Education and Work 28(1): 44-65.

Young, Marisa. 2015. “Work-Family Conflict in Context: The Impact of Structural and Perceived Neighborhood Disadvantage on Work-Family Conflict.” Social Science Research, 50, 311-327.

Schieman, Scott and Marisa Young. 2015. “Multitasking and its Association with Work-Family Conflict: Demands, Resources, and Flexible Arrangements as Consequences.” Social Indicators Research, 120: 741-767.

Adams, Tracey L. 2015. “When ‘citizenship is indispensable to the practice of a profession’: Citizenship Requirements for entry to Practise Professions in Canada” Journal of Historical Sociology (early on-line November 2015).

Adams, Tracey L. 2015. “Sociology of Professions: Debates and Divergences” Work, Employment & Society 29 (1): 154-165.

Adams, Tracey L. and Nicole Etherington. 2015. “The Historical Development of Naturopathy in Canada” Histoire sociale / Social History XLVIII, No. 96 (May): 215-244.

Gordon, Catherine, Julie Ann McMullin and Tracey Adams. 2015. “Flexible Small Firms? Whey small firms facilitate the use of Flexible Workplace Policies” Canadian Journal of Sociology 40 (1): 1-23.

Ijaz, Nadine, Heather Boon, Sandy Welsh and Allison Meads. 2015. “Supportive but ‘worried’: perceptions of naturopaths, homeopaths and Chinese medicine practitioners through a regulatory transition in Ontario, Canada” BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 15:312 doi:10.1186/s12906-015-0846-6

Krahn, Harvey J., Andrea L. Howard, & Nancy L. Galambos. 2015. “Exploring or Floundering? The Meaning of Employment and Educational Fluctuations in Emerging Adulthood” Youth and Society 47 (2): 245-266.


Young, Marisa, Scott Schieman, and Melissa Milkie. 2014 “Spouse’s Work-to-Family Conflict, Family Stressors, and Mental Health among Dual-Earner Mothers and Fathers.” Society & Mental Health, 4(1): 1-20 (lead article).

Dixon, Shane Michael and Linda Quirke. 2014. “Looking for Work: The Coverage of Work in Canadian Introductory Sociology Textbooks,” Teaching Sociology. Early on-line (March 2014)

Fuller, Sylvia and Natasha Stecy-Hildebrandt. 2014. “Lasting Disadvantage? Comparing Career Trajectories of Matched Temporary and Permanent Workers in Canada” Canadian Review of Sociology 51(4). ** Winner of the 2016 CRS Best Paper Award.

Fuller, Sylvia . 2014. “Do Pathways Matter? Linking Early Immigrant Employment Sequences and Later Economic Outcomes: Evidence from Canada“. International Migration Review 49(2): 355-405

Krahn, Harvey J & Nancy L. Galambos. 2014. “Work values and believes of ‘Generation X’ and ‘Generation Y’” Journal of Youth Studies 17 (1): 92-112.

Lehmann, Wolfgang, Alison Taylor and Laura Wright. 2014, “Youth Apprenticeships in Canada: on their inferior status despite skilled labour shortages” Journal of Vocational Education and Training 66(4): 572-589.

Lehmann, Wolfgang, Alison Taylor and Milosh Raykov. 2014. “‘Should I Stay or Should I Go’: Exploring high school apprentices pathways” (with Alison Taylor and Milosh Raykov), Journal of Education and Work

Lehmann, Wolfgang. 2014. “Habitus Transformation and Hidden Injuries: Successful Working-class University Students”, Sociology of Education 87(1): 1-15.

Welsh, Sandy & Jayne Baker. 2014. “Sexual Harassment in the Canadian Workplace” in Society in Question, 7th edition, R. Brym, ed. Nelson Canada.

Lindsay, Sally, Tracey Adams, R. Sandford, C. Mcdougall, S. Kingsnorth, and D. Menna-Dack. 2014. “Employers and Employment counselors’ perceptions of desireable skills for entry-level positions for adolescents: does it differ for youth with disabilities? Disability and Society 29 (6): 953-67.

Anderson, Nickela and Karen D. Hughes (forthcoming) “Of Caring and Cleaning: Women’s Self-Employment and the Marketization of Care”. Gender, Work and Organization.

Fuller, Sylvia and Natasha Stecy-Hildebrandt. 2014. “Scar effects of Temporary employment: Exploring the role of subsequent mobility on earnings trajectories” Canadian Review of Sociology 51(4): 293-324.

Fuller, Sylvia. 2014. “Do Pathways Matter? Linking Early Immigrant Employment Sequences and Later Economic Outcomes: Evidence from Canada“. International Migration Review 49(2): 355-405


Kennedy, Emily Huddart, Harvey Krahn, & Naomi T. Krogman. 2013. “Downshifting: An Exploration of Motivations, Quality of Life and Environmental Practices” Sociological Forum 28 (4): 764-783.

Taylor, Alison, & Harvey Krahn. 2013. “Living through our children: exploring the education and career ‘choices’ of racialized immigrant youth in Canada” Journal of Youth Studies 16 (8): 1000-1021.

Shuey, Kim & Emily Jovic. 2013 “Disability Accommodation in Nonstandard and Precarious Employment Arrangements” Work and Occupations 40(2): 174-205.

Kaida, Lisa. 2013. “Do host country education and language training help recent immigrants exit poverty?” Social Science Research 42 (3): 726-41.

Lehmann, Wolfgang, Alison Taylor, and Zane Hamm. 2013. ‘Go West Young Man’: Youth apprenticeship and opportunity structures in two Canadian provinces. Journal of Education and Work.

Young, Marisa and Blair Wheaton. 2013 “The Impact of Neighborhood Social Composition on Work-Family Conflict and Distress.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 54(4): 481-497.

Schieman, Scott and Marisa Young. 2013. “Are Communications about Work Outside Regular Working Hours Associated with Work-to-Family, Psychological Distress and Sleep.” Work & Stress, 27(3): 244-261.


Jarman, Jennifer, R.M. Blackburn and G. Racko. 2012. “The Dimensions of Occupational Gender Segregation in Industrial Countries” Sociology 46 (6): 1003-1019.