Sara Zobl

Sara Zobl

Graduate Student, Population Studies Center.
Graduate Student, Department of Sociology.
Research Interests:  Inequality over the life course, stratification, and health and aging.

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Zobl, Sara. 2017. "Historical Change in American Women's Life Course Construction." Population Association of America's Annual Meeting, Section on Employment Trajectories and Life Course Outcomes. Chicago, IL,

Zobl, Sara. 2017. "Temporal Change in the Life Course Among US Women: Diverse and Disorderly, or Demographic Transition?" Annual Meeting of the Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies. University of Stirling, Scotland,

Zobl, Sara. 2016. "Historical Change in the Transition to Adulthood for American Women." American Sociological Association's Annual Meeting, Section on Sociology of Population. Seattle, WA,

Zobl, Sara, and Pamela Smock. 2015. "Multiple Partner Fertility Across Two Cohorts of Women in the United States." Population Association of America's Annual Meeting, Section on Fertility in Complex Families. San Diego, CA,

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