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Molly A. Martin is Sociologist and Demographer. She is an Associate Professor of Sociology and Demography at Pennsylvania State University. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She was in the first cohort (2003-2005) of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Heath & Society Scholars. 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. 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.
Peer Reviewed Articles
- Martin, Molly A. "Family structure and income inequality in families with children, 1976 to 2000." Demography, 43: 421-445.
- 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.
- "Molly A. Martin — Department of Sociology and Criminology".
- "Cohort 1 Scholars(2003-2005)".
- "HSS Scholars Article Display Page".
- "The Marcellus Shale Income Gains (MSIG) Natural Experiment | RSF".
- 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.
- 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.