David J Maume
Professor Emeritus, Sociology
David J. Maume is Professor of Sociology and Fellow of the Graduate School, University of Cincinnati. His teaching and research interests are in gender-work-family, and inequality.
Dave Maume CV
Research and Practice Interests
I have long been interested in racial and gender inequality in the labor market, as well as how work and family responsibilities mutually affect each other. Most of my work involves quantitative analysis of secondary data, and my research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Instittue of Child Health and Human Development, and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. My recent papers have appeared in the American Sociological Review, Social Forces, Gender & Society, and Work and Occupations.
After taking my Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1983), I held a faculty position at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and joined the Unversity of Cincinnati faculty in 1986, where I am now a Professor of Sociology
Grant: #R03HD076890 Investigators:Maume, David 04-01-2015 -03-31-2016 National Institutes of Health Gender Differences in the Effects of Sport Participation on Adolescent Health and Delinquency Role:PI $79,063.00 Awarded Level:Federal
Work and family, labor markets, inequality and careers, gender, quantitative methods