Peer-Reviewed Publications

Wynn, Alison T. 2018. "Misery Has Company: The Shared Emotional Consequences of Everwork Among Women and Men.Sociological Forum, available online.

Wynn, Alison T., Magali Fassiotto, Caroline Simard, Jennifer Raymond, and Hannah Valantine. 2018. "Pulled in Too Many Directions: The Causes and Consequences of Work-Work Conflict.Sociological Perspectives, available online.

Wynn, Alison T. and Shelley J. Correll. 2018. "Puncturing the Pipeline: Do Technology Companies Alienate Women in Recruiting Sessions?Social Studies of Science 48(1): 149-164. 

In press: WIREDInc., and Insights by Stanford Business

Wynn, Alison T. and Shelley J. Correll. 2018. "Combating Gender Bias in Modern Workplaces.Handbook of the Sociology of Gender, edited by Barbara Risman, Carissa Froyum, and William Scarborough. New York: Springer Press.

Wynn, Alison T. and Shelley J. Correll. 2017. "Gendered Perceptions of Cultural and Skill Alignment in Technology Companies.Social Sciences 6(2): 45-73.

Wynn, Alison T. 2017. "Gender, Parenthood, and Perceived Chances of Promotion.Sociological Perspectives 60(4): 645-664. Selected as Editor's Pick.


Under Review

Wynn, Alison T. and Aliya Rao. "Failures of Flexibility: How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work-Life Conflict." Revise & Resubmit.

Correll, Shelley, Katherine Weisshaar, Alison Wynn, and JoAnne Wehner. "Inside the Black Box of Organizational Life: The Gendered Language of Performance Assessment." Under review.

Working Papers

Wynn, Alison T. "Pathways Toward Change: How Ideologies About Inequality Shape the Implementation of Gender Equality in a Silicon Valley Technology Company." 

Wynn, Alison T. "Change Without an Agent: What Happens When Change Agents Leave?" 

Wynn, Alison T. "The 'Optics' of Work Hours: Appearance Management and the Perversion of the Protestant Ethic." 

Wynn, Alison T. and Emily Carian. "High-Hanging Fruit: How Gender Bias Remains Entrenched in Performance Evaluations."

Kilanski, Kristine and Alison Wynn. "Performance Reviews as Products of Managerial Negotiation."