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1976
Suter, Larry E.,  Waite, Linda J.,  Stozenberg, Ross M. Birth expectations and working plans of young women: Changes in role choices. Washington, DC: United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census.
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1974
Shortlidge, Richard L., Jr.,  Waite, Linda J.,  Suter, Larry E. Changes in child care arrangements of working women: 1965-1971. meeting of the American Statistical Association, Business Economics Section. .
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1975
Suter, Larry E.,  Waite, Linda J. Changes in fertility expectations of young women: Evidence from longitudinal data. Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association. San Francisco, CA.
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1977
Moore, Kristin A.,  Caldwell, Steven B.,  Hofferth, Sandra L.,  Waite, Linda J. The consequences of early childbearing: An analysis of selected parental outcomes using results from the National Longituidnal Survey of Young Men. Working Paper. 0999-01, Washington, DC: Urban Institute.
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1994
Yoon, Young Hee,  Waite, Linda J. Converging employment patterns of black, white, and Hispanic women: Return to work after first birth. Journal of Marriage and Family. 56, (1), 209-217.
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1979
Waite, Linda J. Determinants and Consequences of young Women's Attiutdes Toward Work, Final Report. 91-17-78-11, Washington, DC: United States Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.
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1992
Leibowitz, Arleen,  Klerman, Jacob Alex,  Waite, Linda J. Employment of New Mothers and Child Care Choice: Differences by Children's Age. Journal of Human Resources. 27, (1), 112-133.
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1978
Waite, Linda J.,  Spitze, Glenna D. Female work orientation and marital events: The transition to marriage and motherhood. American Sociological Association Meetings. San Francisco, CA.
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1977
Waite, Linda J.,  Moore, Kristin A. The impact of an early first birth on young women's educational attainment. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America. St. Louis, MO.
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1978
Waite, Linda J.,  Moore, Kristin A. The impact of an early first birth on young women's educational attainment. Social Forces. 56, 845-863.
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1976
Waite, Linda J.,  Stolzenberg, Ross M. Intended childbearing and labor force participation of young women: Insights from nonrecursive models. American Sociological Review. 41, 235-252.
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1986
Waite, Linda J.,  Berryman, Sue E. Job Stability among Young Women: A Comparison of Traditional and Nontraditional Occupations. Rand Note. N-2570-FF, Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.
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1986
Waite, Linda J.,  Berryman, Sue E. Job stability among young women: A comparison of traditional and nontraditional occupations. American Journal of Sociology. 92, (3), 568-595.
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1980
Spitze, Glenna D.,  Waite, Linda J. Labor force and work attitudes: Young women's early experiences. Sociology of Work and Occupations. 7, 3-32.
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1981
Moore, Kristin A.,  Waite, Linda J. Marital dissolution, early motherhood and early marriage. Social Forces. 60, 20-40.
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1987
Goldscheider, Frances Kobrin,  Waite, Linda J. Nest-Leaving Patterns and the Transition to Marriage for Young Men and Women. Journal of Marriage and Family. 49, (3), 507-516.
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1986
Waite, Linda J.,  Goldscheider, Frances Kobrin,  Witsberger, Christina . Nonfamily living and the erosion of traditional family orientations among young adults. American Sociological Review. 51, (4), 541-554.
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1986
Goldscheider, Frances Kobrin,  Waite, Linda J. Sex Differences in the Entry Into Marriage. Rand Note. N-2544-NICHD, Rand Corporation.
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1986
Goldscheider, Frances Kobrin,  Waite, Linda J. Sex differences in the entry into marriage. American Journal of Sociology. 92, (1), 91-109.
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1977
Moore, Kristin A.,  Waite, Linda J. Teenage motherhood and schooling. Family Planning Perspectives. 220-225.
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1991
Waite, Linda J.,  Leibowitz, Arleen,  Witsberger, Christina . What parents pay for: Child care characteristics, quality, and costs. Journal of Social Issues. 47, (2), 33-48.
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1981
Spitze, Glenna,  Waite, Linda J. Wives' Employment: The Role of Husbands' Perceived Attitudes. Journal of Marriage and Family. 43, (1), 117-124.
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1991
Desai, Sonalde,  Waite, Linda J. Women's employment during pregnancy and after the first birth: Occupational characteristics and work commitment. American Sociological Review. 56, (4), 551-566.
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1991
Yoon, Young Hee,  Waite, Linda J. Women's Return to Work after First Birth: Differences between Blacks, Whites and Hispanics. American Sociological Association.
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1980
Waite, Linda J. Working wives and the life cycle. American Journal of Sociology. 86, 272-294.
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