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"Learning to Mother: The Definition of Motherhood by Participants in a Welfare Reform Parenting Class." The International Journal of Sociology of the Family. Vol. 36, no. 1, Spring, 2010.
"Child Care Across Sectors: A Comparison of the Work of Child Care in Three Settings" in Child Care and Inequality: Re-Thinking Carework for Children and Youth, edited by Francesca Cancian, Demie Kurz, Andrew london, Rebecca Reviere, and Mary Tuominen. Routledge Press. 2002.
As a faculty member since 1990, Fitz Gibbon's current research focuses on definitions of motherhood within the welfare system. Much of her research has been published, including "Reassessing Commitments to Work and Family in a Changing Economy" in Qualitative Sociology and several book chapters. She has also been an active community based researcher, conducting program evaluation for several programs including the Even Start programs for Wayne County and Franklin County, Ohio.
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