OOW at ASA 2018

We look forward to seeing you in Philadelphia this August for the annual ASA meeting.  Thank you to the Section Council, Committees and volunteers for your efforts in preparing an exciting program.  This year, we have five section panels, and over twenty roundtables, scheduled for Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12.  There are 14 additional regular panels in Family and Work, Gender and Work, Jobs, Occupations and Professions, Labor Market, Labor/Labor Movements, Organizations and Work and the Workplace scheduled from Saturday, August 11 through Tuesday, August 14.

Also on Saturday, August 11, we invite you to attend the Section Business Meeting and announcement of Section awards in the morning.  In the afternoon, we welcome you to attend the invited session on “Rethinking Organizational Power,” organized by OOW Chair, Elisabeth Clemons.  Please also join us for our Reception from 6:30-8:10pm in the Pennsylvania Convention Center (Level 100, 103C).

Please see below for a list of Organization, Occupations and Work Panels.

SECTION SESSIONS & EVENTS

Saturday, August 11, 2018

*Roundtables will take place from 8:30 to 10:10am, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 5, Salon H

**The Section Business Meeting will be held 10:30-11:10am, followed by the announcement of Section awards from 11:10-12:10, Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, Franklin Hall 5

2:30-4:10pm

1468. Invited Session on Rethinking Organizational Power:  Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, Franklin Hall 4

Organizer: Elisabeth S. Clemens, University of Chicago
Presider: Elisabeth S. Clemens, University of Chicago

Panelists:

  • Tim Bartley, Washington University in St. Louis
  • Mitchell L. Stevens, Stanford University
  • Edward T. Walker, UCLA
  • Caroline W. Lee, Lafayette College

4:30-6:10pm

1568. Culture and OrganizationsPhiladelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, Franklin Hall 4

Organizer: Emily A. Barman, Boston University
Discussant: Alexandra Kalev, Tel Aviv University

  • Impression Management in Times of Crisis: Organizational Images and the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill – Ion Bogdan Vasi, University of Iowa; Edward T. Walker, UCLA; Inga Popovaite, University of Iowa
  • Distinguishing Round from Square Pegs: Predicting Hiring Based on Pre-hire Language Use – Sarah K. Stein, Stanford University; Amir Goldberg, Stanford University; Sameer Srivastava, University of California at Berkeley
  • Subjectivity and Managerial Discretion in Assessing Performance and Assigning Workplace Rewards, Opportunities, and Sanctions – Kristine Kilanski, Independent Scholar
  • Duality in Diversity: Cultural Heterogeneity, Language, and Firm Performance – Matthew Corritore, Stanford University; Amir Goldberg, Stanford University; Sameer Srivastava, University of California at Berkeley

***Join us for the Organizations, Occupations and Work Reception: 6:30 to 8:10pm, Pennsylvania Convention Center, Level 100, 103C

Sunday, August 12, 2018

8:30-10:10am

2168. Gender and Work: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, Franklin Hall 4

Organizer: Emily A. Barman, Boston University
Presider: Carmen Rowe, Boston University
Discussant: Michelle J. Budig, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

  • Change and Divergence in Gendered Organizations: Explaining Women’s Under-Representation in Decision-Making – Madeleine Pape, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Lion Pills and Failed Scientists: How Organizational Culture Facilitates Gendered Careers among Life Science Postdocs – Anne Kathrin Kronberg, Goethe University, Frankfurt; Heather Hofmeister, Goethe University, Frankfurt; Matthias Revers, University of Frankfurt
  • Organizations as Equalizers? Employer-provided Childcare, Working Mothers’ Labor Supply, and the Limits of Family-based Networks – David Pedulla, Stanford University; Aruna Ranganathan, Stanford University
  • The Persistence of New Parents in STEM? – Erin A. Cech, University of Michigan; Mary Blair-Loy, University of California-San Diego

10:30am-12:10pm

2268. Professions and Networks:  Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, Franklin Hall 4

Organizer: Emily A. Barman, Boston University
Presider: Mabel Abraham, Columbia University
Discussant: Elizabeth H. Gorman, University of Virginia

  • Acting as Neither Individual nor Professional: Physicians’ Constitutive Ambivalence in Adopting Complex Technologies – Daniel A. Menchik, Michigan State University; Brielle Komosinski
  • Change Agents Working Across Multiple Networks – Valentina A. Assenova, University of Pennsylvania
  • Disciplining the Data Scientist Role: Professional Emergence as Local Action – Philipp Soeren Brandt, University of Mannheim
  • Status and Collaboration: The Case of Pro Bono Networks in Corporate Law – Diego Leal, University of Massachusetts – Amherst; Anthony Paik, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Steven A. Boutcher, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

2368. New Forms and Relations of Work: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, Franklin Hall 4

Organizer: Emily A. Barman, Boston University
Discussant: Arne L. Kalleberg, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

  • Time in, Time Out in “Good Jobs”: Do Specific Work Patterns Predict Burnout and Work Attitudes? – Erin Kelly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Marjaana Sianoja, University of Tampere and MIT; Phyllis Moen, University of Minnesota
  • Race, Urban Inequality, And Labor Market Consequences Of Freelancing: An Audit Study In 50 U.S Cities – Quan Dang Hien Mai, Vanderbilt University
  • Reframing Exploitation as Humanitarian? Exploring Workers’ Construction of “the Local” in Jordanian Aid Organizations – Patricia Sarah Ward, Boston University
  • Precarity in the Everything Age: A Transnational Analysis of Technical Change and Labor Control – Nantina Vgontzas, New York University

RELEVANT REGULAR SESSIONS

Saturday, August 11, 2018

10:30am-12:10pm

1255. Labor/Labor Movements’ Session on Workers’ Power in Diverse Contexts: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 410

1254. Social Network Studies of Work Situations:
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 409

2:30-4:10pm

1447. Labor/Labor Movements’ Session on Worker Mobilization in China and India: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 402

Sunday, August 12, 2018

8:30-10:10am

2153. Organizations Session on The Changing Nature of Work and Organizing: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 408

10:30am-12:10pm

2258. Family and Work Session on The Policy Consequences of Work-Family Myths: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 413

2357. Sociology of Work and the Workplace Session: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 412

Monday, August 13, 2018

8:30-10:10am

3159. Family Session on Technology, Work, and Family: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 414

10:30am-12:10pm

3253. Organizations Session on Gender, Race, and Organizational Careers: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 408

2:30-4:10pm

3454. Family and Work Session on International Perspectives on the Gendered Division of Family Work: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 409

3459. Gender and Work Session on Women’s STEM Underrepresentation: Roles of Employees, Organizations, and Institutions: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 414

3455. Jobs, Occupations, and Professions Session: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 410

3450. Organizations Session on Evaluating People, Work, and Organizations: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 405

4:30-6:10pm

3546. Family and Work Session on Wage Penalities, Premiums, Gaps and the U.S. Family: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 401

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

10:30am-12:10pm

4250. Labor Market Session: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 405

12:30-2:10pm

4350. Labor Market Session 2: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Level 4, 405

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