Draft:Molly A. Martin

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Molly A. Martin is Sociologist and Demographer. She is an Associate Professor of Sociology and Demography at Pennsylvania State University.[1] She received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She was in the first cohort (2003-2005)[2] of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Heath & Society Scholars.[3] In 2014, Dr. Martin was awarded a grant by the Russell Sage Foundation to study the effect of income gains experienced by families through the Marcellus Shale Development in Pennsylvania and New York.[4] As a scholar, Dr. Martin studies how inequalities are created and shared within families and across generations. Her topics include educational attainment, family income, obesity, health, and welfare program use.

Selected Bibliography[edit]

Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Martin, Molly A. "Family structure and income inequality in families with children, 1976 to 2000." Demography, 43: 421-445.[5]
  • Martin, Molly A., and Lippert, Adam M. "Feeding her children, but risking her health: The intersection of gender, household food insecurity and obesity." Social Science & Medicine, 74(11): 1754-64.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Molly A. Martin — Department of Sociology and Criminology".
  2. ^ "Cohort 1 Scholars(2003-2005)".
  3. ^ "HSS Scholars Article Display Page".
  4. ^ "The Marcellus Shale Income Gains (MSIG) Natural Experiment | RSF".
  5. ^ Martin, Molly A. (2006). "Family Structure and Income Inequality in Families with Children, 1976 to 2000". Demography. 43 (3): 421–445. doi:10.1353/dem.2006.0025. PMID 17051821.
  6. ^ Martin, Molly A.; Lippert, Adam M. (2012). "Feeding her children, but risking her health: The intersection of gender, household food insecurity and obesity". Social Science & Medicine. 74 (11): 1754–1764. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.11.013. PMC 3338899. PMID 22245381.