Kathryn J. Lively
Professor of Sociology
McLeod, Jane D, Timothy Hallett, and Kathryn J. Lively. 2015. "Beyond Three Faces: Toward an Integrated Social Psychology of Inequality." Advances in Group Processses, 32: 1-29.
Lively, Kathryn J. and David R. Heise. 2014. "Emotion in Affect Control Theory." In The Handbook of the Sociology of Emotion, Volume II, edited by J.E. Stets and J.H. Turner. New York: Springer.
Lively, Kathryn J. and Emi A. Weed. 2014. "Emotion Management: Sociological Insight into What, How, Why and To What End?" Emotion Review 6 (3): 202-207
Lively, Kathryn J. 2013. “Age and Its Effect on the Experience and Management of Emotion.” Advances in Group Processes 30: 231-265.
Kent L. Sandstrom, Kathryn J. Lively, Daniel D. Martin and Gary Alan Fine. 2013 Selves, Symbols, and Society. 4th Edition. Oxford University Press.
Lively, Kathryn J. 2013. "Social and Cultural Influences: Gender Effects on Emotion Labor at Work and at Home." In Alicia Grandey, James A. Diefendorff, and Deborah Rupp (Eds.). Emotional Labor in the 21st Century: Diverse Perspectives on Emotion Regulation at Work. New York, NY: Psychology Press/Routledge.
Lively, Kathryn J., Lala Steelman, and Brian Powell. 2010. “Equity, Emotion, and the Household Division of Labor.” Social Psychology Quarterly 73: 358-379.
Simon, Robin W. and Kathryn J. Lively. 2010. “Investigating the Relationships Among Sex, Anger, and Depression.” Social Forces 88: 1543-1568.
Cheng, Simon and Kathryn J. Lively. 2009. “Multiracial Self-identification and Adolescent Outcomes: Revisiting the Marginal Man Thesis.” Social Forces 88: 61-98.
Lively, Kathryn J. 2008. “Emotional Segueing and the Management of Emotion, By Women and Men.”Social Forces 87:911-36.
Lively, Kathryn J., Brian Powell, Glaudia Geist, and Lala Carr Steelman. 2008. "Inequity among Intimates."in Karen Hegtvedt and Jody Clay-Warner [Eds.] Advances in Group Processes 25: 87-116.
Lively, Kathryn J. and Brian Powell. 2006. "Emotional Expression at Work and at Home: Domain, Status or Individual Characteristics?" Social Psychology Quarterly 69: 17-38.
Lively, Kathryn J. and David R. Heise. 2004. “Sociological Realms of Emotional Experience.” American Journal of Sociology 109:1109-36.
Lively, Kathryn J. 2002. “Client Contact and Emotional Labor: Upsetting the Balance and Evening the Field.” Work and Occupations, Vol 29: 198-225.
Lively, Kathryn J. 2001. “Occupational Claims to Professionalism: The Case of Paralegals.” Symbolic Interaction. Vol. 24: 343-66.
Lively, Kathryn J. 2000. “Reciprocal Emotion Management: Working Together to Maintain Stratification in Private Law Firms." Work and Occupations. Vol. 27: 32-63
Works in progress
Lively, Kathryn J. and Emi A. Weed. "Sociological Theories of Emotion." Handbook of Emotion Theory , edited by Andrea Scarantino. New York: Routledge Press.
Lively, Kathryn J. and Celeste Campos-Castillo. "Why Declining Trust in Medicine? An Affect Cntrol Theory Perspective."
Lively, Kathryn J. "Sociological Approaches to the Study of Emotion and Gender: Culture, Structure, and Identity." Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Emotion. Edited by Roger Patuleny and Rebecca Olsen. Routledge Press.
Powell, Brian and Kathryn J. Lively. "Meanings of Feminism."
Lively, Kathryn J. “The College Sentiment Survey: Understanding Campus Climate.”
Campos-Castillo, Celeste and Kathryn J. Lively. “Does Role Atypicality Make Diffuse Status Characteristics Salient?”