Jennifer Hook, PhD
PhD, Sociology
Professor of Sociology
University of Southern California

Professor Hook is a sociologist who studies how social contexts, particularly national-level work-family policies and opportunities in the labor market, impact individuals and families. Her recent work examines the influence of national context on women’s employment, fathers’ time with children, and the gendered division of household labor. Her research has appeared in journals including the American Sociological Review, the American Journal of Sociology, Social Forces, and the Journal of Marriage and Family.