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Hofmeister, Heather. 2016. Gender and Science: A Trial. Women Versus 16 Other Suspects Guilty for Causing Women's Underrepresentation in Science Careers. in Wissen – Organisation – Forschungspraxis. Der Makro-Meso-Mikro-Link in Der Wissenschaft, edited by N. Baur, C. Besio, M. Norkus and G. Petschik. Weinheim: Beltz-Juventa.gender, labor market
Hofmeister, Heather. 2015. Individualisation of the Life Course. International Social Science Journal. 64(213): 279-290. DOI: 10.1111/issj.12053.life course, gender, journal article, labor market, family
Hofmeister, Heather. 2015. Literature review: Dörre, Klaus, Karin Scherschel, Melanie Booth, Tine Haubner, Kai Marquardsen and Karen Schierhorn: Bewährungsproben fǬr die Unterschicht? Soziale Folgen aktivierender Arbeitsmarktpolitik. Kölner Zeitschrift fǬr Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie. 2 (Jahrgang 67), 2015: 371. labor market, journal article
Witt, Nadine & Heather Hofmeister. 2015. ¶?¶?I just have to have it¶? or ¶?It¶?s enough for me¶?? Gendered tendencies in attitudes towards and usage of mobile communication technology.¶? International Journal of Gender, Science, and Technology 7 (1): 4-27.journal article, gender, mobility
Hofmeister, Heather & Nina Baur. 2015. The Idealization of the 'New Father' and 'Reversed Roles Father' in Germany. Family Science, 6:1, 243-258, DOI: 10.1080/19424620.2015.1082801
journal article, family
Hofmeister, Heather. 2015. "Und Mails ganz spät abends!" Führungsfrauen berichten, wie ihre männlichen Kollegen mit Zeit und Technik umgehen: Ausdruck der hegemonialen Männlichkeit? ("And e-mails late at night!" Women in leadership report how their male colleagues deal with time and technology: expression of hegemonial masculinity?) Pp. 230-252 in Geschlechterarrangements in Bewegung. U. Wischermann, A. Kirschenbauer (Hg.). transcript Verlag: Bielefeld.gender, labour market, book chapter
Hofmeister, Heather & Penny Edgell. 2014. The relevance of place and family stage for styles of community involvement. Community, Work & Family 18 (1): 58-78. DOI: 10.1080/13668803.2014.939142. journal article, family
Maras, Isabell, Mareike Buttstädt, Julia Hahmann, Heather Hofmeister, Christoph Schneider. 2014. Investigating public places and impacts of heat stress in the city of Aachen, Germany Die Erde. 144 (3): 105-116.journal article, climate
Hofmeister, Heather & Friedericke Hardering. 2014. Auf der Suche nach dem Sinn. Die Bedeutung der Arbeit für das Leben. Forschung & Lehre. Pp. 520-522.journal article, labor market
Hünefeld, Lena, Celina Proch & Heather Hofmeister. 2014. Berufsbedingte Migrationsbereitschaft in Europa Jenseits vom Nutzenkalkül. GEGENBLENDE.labor market, mobility
Proch, Celina, Lena Hünefeld & Heather Hofmeister. 2013. Die Bereitschaft zu berufsbedingter Migration in Europa. Arbeit: Zeitschrift für Arbeitsforschung, Arbeitsgestaltung und Arbeitspolitik 4: 255-270.labor market, mobility
Hofmeister, Heather. 2013. Aufschwung oder Stagnation? Eine entscheidende Phase für Gleichstellung in der Wissenschaft. Dokumentation der Fachtagung Exzellenz und Chancengerechtigkeit: Das Professorinnenprogramm des Bundes und der Länder, Fachtagung am 18. und 19. Juni 2012 in Berlin , Pp. 24-25.gender, life course, international comparison, report, labour market, family
Viry, Gil, Heather Hofmeister & Eric D. Widmer. 2013. Residential trajectories in the early life course and their effects. Pp. 141-159 in: Gendered life courses between standardization and individualization. R. Levy, E. D. Widmer (Hg.). LIT-Verlag Münster.gender, life course, book chapter, international comparison, labor market, family, mobility
Hofmeister, Heather 2012. Der König, Aschenputtel und das Dilemma der 168 Stunden: Arbeit und Freiraum aus Geschichts- und Lebenslaufperspektive, in Jeschke, Sabina u.a. (Hg.) Arbeit im Wandel. Trends und Herausforderungen der modernen Arbeitswelt. Berlin: Lit-Verlag, 13-16.gender, life course, book chapter, labor market, family
Hofmeister Heather. 2012. The King, Cinderella, and 168 Hours: Work and free Space in Historical and Life Course Perspective. Pp. 11-12 in Prethinking Work. Insights on the Future of Work. S. Jeschke, F. Hees, A. Richert & S. Trantow (Hg.). Berlin/ Zürich: Lit Verlag.gender, life course, book chapter, labor market, family
Hofmeister, Heather and Phyllis Moen. 2012. Commuting: Pragmatic Choice in Dual-Earner Household. Pp. 25-26 in Families with Futures - Family Studies into the 21st Century, vol. 2, edited by M. W. Karraker and J. R. Grochowski. New York and London: Routledge.work, family
Schneider, C., Balzer, C., Buttstädt, M., Eßer, K., Ginski, S., Hahmann, J., Ketzler, G., Klemme, M., Kröpelin, A., Merbitz, H., Michael, S., Sachsen, T., Siuda, A., Weishoff-Houben, M., Brunk, M. F., Dott, W., Hofmeister, H., Pfaffenbach, C., Roll, C., Selle, K. 2011. CITY 2020+: assessing climate change impacts for the city of Aachen related to demographic change and health – a progress report. Advances in Science and Research, 6: 261-270.journal article, climate, demography
Ginski, Sarah, Katja Eßer, Julia Hahmann, Agata Siuda, Heather Hofmeister, Carmella Pfaffenbach, Christine Roll & Klaus Selle. 2011. Perspektiven Aachener Akteure zum demographischen und klimatischen Wandel am Beispiel der Siedlungs- und Freiraumentwicklung. Abstract-Band der Tagung Demographische und klimatische Herausforderungen der Stadt. P. 16.report, climate, demographics
Hahmann, Julia & Heather Hofmeister. 2011. ‘No, there's nothing that disturbs me when I need help.’ The experience of illness as a predictor for technology acceptance. Abstract book of the Annual Conference of the British Sociological Association. P. 57.gender, demographics, life course, book chapter
Hahmann, Julia & Heather Hofmeister. 2011. Biographical aspects of friendship careers over the Life Course: The influence of loving relationship. Abstract book of the Annual Conference of the British Sociological Association. P. 30.report, life course
Hofmeister, Heather & Julia Hahmann. 2011. She gets less: Gender differences in resource allocation to new professors at RWTH Aachen University. S. 123-136 in Going Diverse: Innovative Answers to Future Challenges. Gender and Diversity Perspectives in Science, Technology and Business. C. Leicht-Scholten, E. Breuer, N. Tulodetzki & A. Wolffram (Hg.). Opladen & Farmington Hills: Budrich UniPress Ltd.book chapter, gender, work, science
Hofmeister, Heather & Michaela Jüttemann. 2011. Ursachen geschlechtsspezifischer Segregation an Universitäten: Auswertung des Fragebogens. 46 Reports für 23 Hochschulen. Aachen: RWTH Aachen University. report, gender, work, science
Hofmeister, Heather & Nils Matzner. 2011. Das wissenschaftliche Objektivitätsproblem – GoBIT gegen Gender Bias. Femina Politica 16(2): 126-132.journal article, gender, work, science
Hofmeister, Heather & Michaela Jüttemann. 2011. Inequality in science? Gendered resource allocation for new professors. Pp. 508-521 in Equal is not enough: challenging differences and inequalities in contemporary societies. Conference procedings. J. Motmans, D. Cuypers, P. Meier, D. Mortlemans, P. Zanoni (Hg.). PRCEO, Antwerpen (Belgien).gender, book chapter
Hofmeister, Heather, Carmella Pfaffenbach, Julia Hahmann, Agata Siuda, and Tamara Wyszynski. 2011. Lebensqualität für die Zukunft: Demographische und klimatische Herausforderungen für die Entwicklung der Stadt Aachen. Auswertung der schriftlichen Befragung: nach Geschlecht. Aachen: RWTH Aachen University. report, gender, life course, climate, demographics
Hofmeister, Heather, Carmella Pfaffenbach, Julia Hahmann, Agata Siuda, and Tamara Wyszynski. 2011. Lebensqualität für die Zukunft: Demographische und klimatische Herausforderungen für die Entwicklung der Stadt Aachen. Auswertung der schriftlichen Befragung: nach Eigentumsverhältnis. Aachen: RWTH Aachen University. report, climate, demographics
Hofmeister, Heather, Carmella Pfaffenbach, Julia Hahmann, Agata Siuda, and Tamara Wyszynski. 2011. Lebensqualität für die Zukunft: Demographische und klimatische Herausforderungen für die Entwicklung der Stadt Aachen. Auswertung der schriftlichen Befragung: nach Altersgruppen. Aachen: RWTH Aachen University. report, climate, demographics, life course
Hofmeister, Heather, Carmella Pfaffenbach, Julia Hahmann, Agata Siuda, and Tamara Wyszynski. 2011. Lebensqualität für die Zukunft: Demographische und klimatische Herausforderungen für die Entwicklung der Stadt Aachen. Auswertung der schriftlichen Befragung: nach Wohnlage. Aachen: RWTH Aachen University. report, climate, demographics
Hünefeld, Anna Lena & Heather Hofmeister. 2010. Frauen in Führungspositionen – Karrierehindernisse und -chancen für Frauen in Unternehmen.. Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung. http://www.bpb.de/gesellschaft/gender/frauen-in-deutschland/49400/fuehrungspositionen?p=all.journal article, gender, work
Grötzbach, Jochen & Heather Hofmeister. 2010. Tod und tote Körper im Lebensverlauf von Männern und Frauen: Subjektiver Sinn und soziale Dienstbarkeit von Leichen (Death and Contact with the Deceased in the Life Course of Men and Women: Subjective Meaning and Social Function of the Corpse). Pp. 477-493 in Objekt Leiche. Technisierung, Ökonomisierung und Inszenierung toter Körper (Object Corpse: Mechanisation, Economic Rationalization, and Stage-setting of Dead Bodies). D. Groß & J. Grande (Hg.). Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag. book chapter, gender, life course
Hahmann, Julia & Heather Hofmeister. 2010. Soziologische Theoriebildung zur Wahrnehmung und Beurteilung medizinischer Untersuchungen mit telemedizinischer Unterstützung aus Patientensicht. Stand und Ausblick. Pp. 31-35 in Akzeptanz, Nutzungsbarrieren und ethische Implikationen neuer Medizintechnologien. Die Anwendungsfelder Telemedizin und Inkorporierte Technik. Studien des Aachener Kompetenzzentrums für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Band 8. D. Groß, G. Gründer & V. Simonovic (Eds.). Kassel: kassel university press. book chapter, demographics, gender
Hofmeister, Heather & Norbert Schneider. 2010. Job Mobilities in Europe: Core Findings, Policy Implications and Future Outlook in Mobile Living across Europe, Volume II: Causes and Consequences of Job-Related Spatial Mobility in Cross-National Perspective. N. Schneider & B. Collet (Hg.). Barbara Budrich Verlag. book chapter, life course, gender, work, mobility, international comparison
Hofmeister, Heather, Anna Lena Hünefeld & Celina Proch. 2010. The role of job-related spatial mobility in constructing gender relations in society and in intimate relationships in Germany and Poland. Zeitschrift für Familienforschung. 22(3): 308-330. journal article, mobility, gender, work, family, life course, international comparison
Hofmeister, Heather. 2010. Life Course, Pp. 385-411 in Handbook on European Societies. S. Immerfall & G. Therborn (Hg.). New York: Springer. book chapter, life course, international comparison, gender
Hofmeister, Heather. 2010. The integration of Gender research, women's studies, and men's studies in family research. A comparison of English and German sources. Pp 183-196 in Family Diversity: Collection of the 3rd European Congress of Family Science. O. Kapella, C. Rille-Pfeiffer, M. Rupp & N. F. Schneider (Eds.). Opladen & Farmington Hills: Barbara Budrich Publishers.book chapter, gender, international comparison, family
Siuda, Agata, Julia Hahmann, Heather Hofmeister & Carmella Pfaffenbach. 2010. Die räumliche Verteilung von hitzegefährdeten Bevölkerungsgruppen in der Stadt am Beispiel älterer Menschen in Aachen. (The spatial distribution of demographic groups vulnerable to heat waves, using the example of Aachen). Umweltmedizin in Forschung und Praxis 15 (5): 251. journal article, mobility, gender, demographics, climate, life course
Matzner, Nils, Heather Hofmeister, Jan Birmans, Johannes Sträterhoff, Sarah Schulz & Ulrich Bongartz. GoBIT gegen Gender-Bias. Ein Projekt an der RWTH Aachen für eine geschlechtergerechte Wissenschaft." Journal Netzwerk Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung NRW 27:23-25journal article, gender, work, science
Siuda, Agata, Julia Hahmann, Heather Hofmeister & Carmella Pfaffenbach. 2010. Hitzegefährdete Bevölkerungsgruppen in Aachen. (Demographic groups vulnerable to heat waves in Aachen). Aachener Geographische Arbeiten – Sonderausgabe zum 30-jährigen Bestehen der Klimamessstation Aachen-Hörn. 47: 69-76. book chapter, climate, demographics, life course
Viry, Gil, Heather Hofmeister & Eric Widmer. 2010. Early Life Course Relocation: Effects on Motility, Mobility, and Social Integration. Pp. 153-172 in Mobile Living across Europe, Volume II: Causes and Consequences of Job-Related Spatial Mobility in Cross-National Perspective. N. Schneider & B. Collet (Hg.). MI: Barbara Budrich Verlag. book chapter, life course, mobility, gender, work, family, international comparison
Hofmeister, Heather & Nadine Witt. 2009. Breaking the Cycle – Wege aus der starren gesellschaftlichen Konstruktion von Work und Geschlecht in Europa. Handlungsempfehlungen för die Vereinbarkeit von Beruf und Familie (Breaking the Cycle: Pathways from the rigid social construction of Work and Gender in Europe. Recommendations for combining work and family). Pp. 103-130 in Die Zukunft der Arbeit in Europa. Chancen und Risiken neuer Beschäftigungsverhältnisse. (The Future of Work in Europe: Chances and Risks of New Work Relations) H. König, J. Schmidt & M. Sicking (Hg.). Bielefeld: transcript. book chapter, life course, labor market, gender, work, family, international comparison
Hofmeister, Heather, Nina Baur & Alexander Röhler. 2009. Versorgen oder Fürsorgen? – Vorstellungen der Deutschen von den Aufgaben eines guten Vaters, Pp. 194-212, (Caring or Providing? Perceptions of Germans about the role of ‘the Good Father’) in Mütter – Väter. Diskurse, Medien, Praxen. P. Villa & B. Thiessen (Hg.). Münster: Verlag Westfälisches Dampfboot.book chapter, gender, work, family, life course, international comparison
Hofmeister, Heather. 2009. The Integration of Gender Research, Women's Studies, and Men's Studies in Family Research: A Comparison of English and German Sources. Pp 221-236 in Die Vielfalt der Familie: Tagungsband zum 3. Europäischen Fachkongress Familienforschung. O. Kapella, C. Rille-Pfeiffer, M. Rupp & N. F. Schneider (Hg.). MI: Barbara Budrich Verlag. book chapter, gender, international comparison, family
Hofmeister, Heather. 2009. Warum verzichten wir auf 40% unserer Kreativen? Pp 177-179 (Why do we deprive ourselves of 40% of our creative class?) in Zukunft Ingenieurwissenschaften – Zukunft Deutschland: Beiträge einer 4ING-Fachkonferenz und der ersten Gemeinsamen Plenarversammlung der 4ING-Fakultätentage am 14. und 15.07.2008 an der RWTH (Future of Engineering Science, Future of Germany: Contributions from the 4ING Conference, 14-15 July 2008 at RWTH Aachen University). M. Nagl, et al. (Hgs.). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer. book chapter, gender, work, science
Baur, Nina & Heather Hofmeister. 2008. Some like them Hot: How Germans Construct Male Attractiveness. Journal of Men's Studies. 16(3): 280-300.journal article, gender, work, family
Blossfeld, Hans-Peter, Dirk Hofäcker, Heather Hofmeister & Karin Kurz. 2008. Globalisierung, Flexibilisierung und der Wandel von Lebensläufen in modernen Gesellschaften. (Globalization, Flexibilization, and the change in Life Courses in modern Societies). Pp. 23-46 in Flexibilisierung – Folgen für Familien und Sozialstruktur (Flexibilization: Consequences for Families and Social Structures). M. Szydlik (Hg.). Wiesbaden (Germany): Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. book chapter, globalization, labor market, life course, work, international comparison
Buchholz, Sandra, Dirk Hofäcker, Melinda Mills, Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Karin Kurz & Heather Hofmeister. 2008. Life Courses in the Globalization Process: The Development of Social Inequalities in Modern Societies. A Summary of Findings from the GLOBALIFE Project. European Sociological Review 25(1): 53-71.globalization, life course, international comparison, gender, labor market, journal article
Hofmeister, Heather & André Pascal Breitenstein. 2008. Contemporary Processes of Transnationalisation and Globalisation. International Sociology 23(4): 480-487. journal article, globalization, international comparison
Mills, Melinda, Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Sandra Buchholz, Dirk Hofäcker, Fabrizio Bernardi & Heather Hofmeister. 2008. Converging Divergences? An international comparison of the Impact of Globalization on Industrial Relations and Employment Careers. International Sociology 23(4): 561-595. journal article, gender, work, life course, labor market, globalization, international comparison
Relikowski, Ilona, Markus Zielonka & Heather Hofmeister. 2008. Increasing employment instability amongst young people? Labor Market entries and early careers in the United States of America, 1984-2002. Pp. 207-232 in Young Workers, Globalization and the Labor market: Comparing Early Working Life in Eleven Countries. H-P. Blossfeld, S. Buchholz, E. Bukodi & K. Kurz (Hg.). Cheltenham. UK und Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar. book chapter, work, family, gender, labor market
Blossfeld, Hans-Peter, Sandra Buchholz, Dirk Hofäcker, Heather Hofmeister, Karin Kurz & Melinda Mills. 2007. Globalisierung und die Veränderung sozialer Ungleichheiten in modernen Gesellschaften. Eine Zusammenfassung der Ergebnisse des GLOBALIFE-Projektes. (Globalization and the Changes in Social Inequalities in modern Societies: A Summary of the Results of the GLOBALIFE Project). Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 59(4): 667-691. journal article, globalization, labor market, international comparison, work, family
Blossfeld, Hans-Peter & Heather Hofmeister. 2006. Globalization, Uncertainty, and Women's Careers: An international comparison. Cheltenham, UK und Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.book, globalization, labor market, gender, life course, work, family, international comparison
Grunow, Daniela, Heather Hofmeister & Sandra Buchholz. 2006. Late 20th century persistence and decline of the female homemaker in Germany and the United States. International Sociology 21(1): 101-132. journal article, gender, labor market, work, family, international comparison
Hofmeister, Heather & Hans-Peter Blossfeld. 2006. Women's Careers in an Era of Uncertainty: Conclusions from a 13-Country international comparison. Pp. 433-450 in Globalization, Uncertainty, and Women's Careers: An international comparison. H.-P. Blossfeld & H. Hofmeister (Hg.). Cheltenham (UK) & Northampton, MA (USA): Edward Elgar. book chapter, gender, life course, work, family, labor market, international comparison
Hofmeister, Heather & Phyllis Moen. 2006. Commuting: Pragmatic Choice in Dual-Earner Households. Pp. 30-31. in Families with Futures: A Survey of Family Studies for the 21st Century. M. W. Karraker & J. R. Grochowski (Hg.). Mahwah, NJ: Routledge. book chapter, mobility, gender, work, family
Hofmeister, Heather, Hans-Peter Blossfeld & Melinda Mills. 2006. Globalization, Uncertainty and Women's Mid-Career Life Courses: A Theoretical FrameWork. Pp. 3-31 in Globalization, Uncertainty, and Women's Careers: An international comparison. H.-P. Blossfeld & H. Hofmeister (Hg.). Cheltenham (UK) & Northampton, MA (USA): Edward Elgar. book chapter, globalization, labor market, gender, work, family, international comparison
Hofmeister, Heather. 2006. Women's Employment Transitions and Mobility in the United States in Globalization, Uncertainty, and Women's Careers: An international comparison. H.-P. Blossfeld & H. Hofmeister (Hg). Cheltenham (UK) & Northampton, MA (USA): Edward Elgar. book chapter, work, family, gender, life course,
Warner, David & Heather Hofmeister. 2006. Late Career Transitions among Men and Women in the United States. Pp. 141-181 in Globalization, Uncertainty, and Late Careers in Society. H.-P. Blossfeld, S. Buchholz & D. Hofäcker (Hg.). London (UK): Routledge Advances in Sociology Series. book chapter, life course, work, family, gender
Hofmeister, Heather. 2005. Geographic Mobility of Couples in the United States: Relocation and Commuting Trends. Zeitschrift für Familienforschung (Journal of Family Research) 2: 115-128. journal article, mobility, gender, work, family
Hofmeister, Heather & Penny Edgell Becker. 2003. Sunday Morning Rush Hour. Pp. 203-219 in It's About Time: Couples and Careers. P. Moen (Hg.). Ithaca (USA): Cornell University Press.book chapter, family, work, gender
Hofmeister, Heather. 2003. Commuting Clocks: The Journey to Work. Pp. 60-79 in It's About Time: Couples and Careers, P. Moen (Hg.). Ithaca (USA): Cornell University Press. book chapter, mobility, work, family, gender, life course
Hofmeister, Heather. 2002. Couples' Commutes to Work Considering Workplace, Household, and Neighborhood Contexts: The Traffic Triangle. Ann Arbor: UMI.book, work, family, mobility, gender, life course
Becker, Penny Edgell & Heather Hofmeister. 2001. Work, Family, and Religious Involvement for Men and Women. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 40(4): 707-722.journal article, gender, work, family
Moen, Phyllis, Jungmeen Kim & Heather Hofmeister. 2001. Couples' Work/Retirement Transitions, Gender, and Marital Quality. Social Psychology Quarterly 64:55-71.journal article, gender, work, family, life course
Moen, Phyllis, Vivian Fields, Heather Quick & Heather Hofmeister. 2000. A Life-Course Approach to Retirement and Social Integration. Pp. 75-107 in Social Integration in the Second Half of Life. K. Pillemer, P. Moen, E. Wethington & N. Glasgow (Hg.). Baltimore (USA): The Johns Hopkins Press. book chapter, gender, life course, work, family
Hofmeister, Heather & Phyllis Moen. 1999. Late Midlife Employment, Gender Roles, and Marital Quality: His and Her Perspectives. Sociological Focus 32:317-337.journal article, gender, work, family, life course
Hofmeister, Heather. 1998. Marital Quality in Retirement: The Relationship to Gender Ideology and Lifetime Employment of Couples. Cornell University Masters Thesis.book, work, family, gender, life course