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Cecilia L Ridgeway
Cecilia L Ridgeway
Professor of Sociology, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
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Unpacking the gender system: A theoretical perspective on gender beliefs and social relations
CL Ridgeway, SJ Correll
Gender & society 18 (4), 510-531, 2004
27672004
Framed by gender: How gender inequality persists in the modern world
CL Ridgeway
Oxford University Press, 2011
26132011
Gender, status, and leadership
CL Ridgeway
Journal of Social issues 57 (4), 637-655, 2001
19722001
Interaction and the conservation of gender inequality: Considering employment
CL Ridgeway
American sociological review, 218-235, 1997
15051997
Legitimacy as a social process
C Johnson, TJ Dowd, CL Ridgeway
Annu. Rev. Sociol. 32 (1), 53-78, 2006
13392006
The gender system and interaction
CL Ridgeway, L Smith-Lovin
Annual review of sociology 25 (1), 191-216, 1999
12591999
The social construction of status value: Gender and other nominal characteristics
C Ridgeway
Social forces 70 (2), 367-386, 1991
11501991
Framed before we know it: How gender shapes social relations
CL Ridgeway
Gender & society 23 (2), 145-160, 2009
11092009
Expectation states theory
SJ Correll, CL Ridgeway
Handbook of social psychology, 29-51, 2003
8452003
Expectations, legitimation, and dominance behavior in task groups
CL Ridgeway, J Berger
American Sociological Review, 603-617, 1986
7211986
Motherhood as a status characteristic
CL Ridgeway, SJ Correll
Journal of Social issues 60 (4), 683-700, 2004
7042004
The legitimation and delegitimation of power and prestige orders
J Berger, CL Ridgeway, MH Fisek, RZ Norman
American sociological review, 379-405, 1998
6221998
Status in groups: The importance of motivation
CL Ridgeway
American Sociological Review, 76-88, 1982
5911982
Status structures
CL Ridgeway, HA Walker
Sociological perspectives on social psychology 281 (1), 310-311, 1995
5721995
How do status beliefs develop? The role of resources and interactional experience
CL Ridgeway, EH Boyle, KJ Kuipers, DT Robinson
American Sociological Review, 331-350, 1998
5491998
Creating and spreading status beliefs
CL Ridgeway, KG Erickson
American Journal of Sociology 106 (3), 579-615, 2000
4832000
Consensus and the creation of status beliefs
CL Ridgeway, SJ Correll
Social Forces 85 (1), 431-453, 2006
4812006
Nonverbal behavior, dominance, and the basis of status in task groups
CL Ridgeway
American Sociological Review, 683-694, 1987
3961987
Dominance and collective hierarchy formation in male and female task groups
C Ridgeway, D Diekema
American Sociological Review, 79-93, 1989
2981989
What is the relationship between socioemotional behavior and status in task groups?
C Ridgeway, C Johnson
American Journal of Sociology 95 (5), 1189-1212, 1990
2951990
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