3 JMF Articles Named Finalists for Kanter Award
Three articles from NCFR's Journal of Marriage and Family (JMF), were selected as finalists for the prestigious the 2022 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research.
The winning article was "Work Schedule Unpredictability: Daily Occurrence and Effects on Working Parents' Well-Being" by Elizabeth O. Ananat and Anna Gassman-Pines. Congratulations to these authors!
The Kanter Award is given to the authors who publish the best work-family research article during a calendar year, and nominations are made by a large committee of esteemed scholars who scour a large number of scientific journals to find worthy articles. The winner will be announced June 24. Learn more about the Kanter Award.
The 3 nominated articles, listed below, are currently free to read.
Work Schedule Unpredictability: Daily Occurrence and Effects on Working Parents' Well-Being
Elizabeth O. Ananat, Anna Gassman-Pines
First published: July 13, 2020
The Ideal Job-Seeker Norm: Unemployment and Marital Privileges in the Professional Middle-Class
Aliya Hamid Rao
First published: Jan. 21, 2021
Undocumented Mothers and Work–Family Conflict in Restrictive Policy Contexts
First published: Oct. 31, 2020
JMF, published by the National Council on Family Relations, has been the leading research journal in the family field for more than 75 years and is consistently the most highly cited journal in Family Science. Learn more.