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Trajectories of religious participation from adolescence to young adulthood
RJ Petts
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48 (3), 552-571, 2009
1802009
Changes in US Parents’ Domestic Labor During the Early Days of the COVID‐19 Pandemic
DL Carlson, RJ Petts, JR Pepin
Sociological inquiry, 2021
170*2021
Exposure to violence in adolescence and precocious role exits
DL Haynie, RJ Petts, D Maimon, AR Piquero
Journal of youth and adolescence 38 (3), 269-286, 2009
1682009
Community, work, and family in times of COVID-19
J Fisher, JC Languilaire, R Lawthom, R Nieuwenhuis, RJ Petts, ...
Community, Work & Family 23 (3), 247-252, 2020
1542020
Family and religious characteristics' influence on delinquency trajectories from adolescence to young adulthood
RJ Petts
American Sociological Review 74 (3), 465-483, 2009
1312009
Commitments to fathering and the well‐being and social participation of new, disadvantaged fathers
C Knoester, RJ Petts, DJ Eggebeen
Journal of Marriage and Family 69 (4), 991-1004, 2007
1292007
A gendered pandemic: Childcare, homeschooling, and parents' employment during COVID‐19
RJ Petts, DL Carlson, JR Pepin
Gender, Work & Organization 28, 515-534, 2021
1182021
Does adherence to masculine norms shape fathering behavior?
RJ Petts, KM Shafer, L Essig
Journal of Marriage and Family 80 (3), 704-720, 2018
942018
Paternity leave‐taking and father engagement
RJ Petts, C Knoester
Journal of Marriage and Family 80 (5), 1144-1162, 2018
892018
Family, religious attendance, and trajectories of psychological well-being among youth.
RJ Petts
Journal of Family Psychology 28 (6), 759, 2014
882014
Religious participation, religious affiliation, and engagement with children among fathers experiencing the birth of a new child
RJ Petts
Journal of Family Issues 28 (9), 1139-1161, 2007
792007
Parental religiosity and youth religiosity: Variations by family structure
RJ Petts
Sociology of Religion 76 (1), 95-120, 2015
722015
Parents' Religious Heterogamy and Children's Well‐Being
RJ Petts, C Knoester
Journal for the Scientific study of Religion 46 (3), 373-389, 2007
722007
Single mothers' religious participation and early childhood behavior
RJ Petts
Journal of Marriage and Family 74 (2), 251-268, 2012
522012
Religion and adolescent depression: The impact of race and gender
RJ Petts, A Jolliff
Review of Religious Research, 395-414, 2008
482008
Paid paternity leave-taking in the United States
RJ Petts, C Knoester, Q Li
Community, Work & Family 23 (2), 162-183, 2020
442020
Fathers’ paternity leave-taking and children’s perceptions of father-child relationships in the United States
RJ Petts, C Knoester, J Waldfogel
Sex Roles 82 (3), 173-188, 2020
442020
Parental religiosity, religious homogamy, and young children's well-being
RJ Petts
Sociology of religion 72 (4), 389-414, 2011
342011
Paternity leave-taking and father involvement among socioeconomically disadvantaged US fathers
C Knoester, RJ Petts, B Pragg
Sex Roles 81 (5), 257-271, 2019
302019
Are parental relationships improved if fathers take time off of work after the birth of a child?
RJ Petts, C Knoester
Social Forces 98 (3), 1223-1256, 2020
272020
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