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Kristen Harknett, PhD

Title(s)Associate Professor, Social Behavioral Sciences
SchoolSchool of Nursing
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    1. Schneider D, Harknett K, Stimpson M. Job Quality and the Educational Gradient in Entry Into Marriage and Cohabitation. Demography. 2019 04; 56(2):451-476. PMID: 30617947.
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    2. Schneider D, Harknett K, McLanahan S. Intimate Partner Violence in the Great Recession. Demography. 2016 Apr; 53(2):471-505. PMID: 27003136.
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    3. Harknett K, Hartnett CS. The gap between births intended and births achieved in 22 European countries, 2004-07. Popul Stud (Camb). 2014; 68(3):265-82. PMID: 24804573.
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    4. Harknett K, Kuperberg A. Education, Labor Markets, and the Retreat from Marriage. Soc Forces. 2011 Sep 01; 90(1):41-63. PMID: 23152645.
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    5. Harknett KS, Hartnett CS. Who Lacks Support and Why? An Examination of Mothers' Personal Safety Nets. J Marriage Fam. 2011 Aug 01; 73(4):861-875. PMID: 22199402.
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    6. Turney K, Harknett K. Neighborhood Disadvantage, Residential Stability, and Perceptions of Instrumental Support among New Mothers. J Fam Issues. 2010 Apr; 31(4):499-524. PMID: 22102766.
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    7. Harknett K. Mate availability and unmarried parent relationships. Demography. 2008 Aug; 45(3):555-71. PMID: 18939661.
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    8. Harknett K. Does receiving an earnings supplement affect union formation? Estimating effects for program participants using propensity score matching. Eval Rev. 2006 Dec; 30(6):741-78. PMID: 17093107.
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    9. Harknett K, Gennetian LA. How an earnings supplement can affect union formation among low-income single mothers. Demography. 2003 Aug; 40(3):451-78. PMID: 12962058.
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