Phyllis Baker Articles (2013-2018) 


Globalization, Gender, and Development: Toward a Theoretical Understanding of Public Gender-Based Violence against Women and Girls (2017)

Research and policy analysis on gender, development, and globalization have focused extensively on the changing roles and social status of women as one of the keys to reaching global development goals and improving social well-being. Yet at the same time as scholars and advocates highlight the importance of women's autonomy . . .

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The Gendered Way of Hooking Up among College Students (2013-2014)

This study explores gender differences in sexual socialization as a determinant of hooking up by college students.  Survey results for 469 respondents show both generic (alcohol consumption and sexual socialization through pornography) and gender specific (gender-related attitudes) mechanisms that explain men’s higher rates . . .

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