“I Know How It Feels: Empathy and Reluctance To Mobilize Legal Authorities.” Social Problems, 2021 [Free-access link]
“Proximity to SNAP-Authorized Retailers and Child Maltreatment Reports.” Economics and Human Biology, 2021 (with Lindsey Bullinger and Julia Fleckman).
“Evictions and Neighborhood Child Maltreatment Reports.” Housing Policy Debate, 2021 (with Lindsey Bullinger).
“Getting Eyes in the Home: Child Protective Services Investigations and State Surveillance of Family Life.” American Sociological Review, 2020. [Postprint | Research Brief | Op-Ed]
“‘Because the World Consists of Everybody’: Understanding Parents’ Preferences for Neighborhood Diversity.” City & Community, 2020 (with Jennifer Darrah-Okike and Hope Harvey).
“Forever Homes and Temporary Stops: Housing Search Logics and Residential Selection.” Social Forces, 2020 (with Hope Harvey, Kathryn Edin, and Stefanie DeLuca).
“Neighborhood Inequality in the Prevalence of Reported and Substantiated Child Maltreatment.” Child Abuse & Neglect, 2019. [Postprint]
“Subject to Evaluation: How Parents Assess and Mobilize Information from Social Networks in School Choice.” Sociological Forum, 2019. [Postprint]
“Timing is Everything: Late Registration and Stratified Access to School Choice.” Sociology of Education, 2018 (with Sarah Faude). [Postprint]
“Child Welfare Involvement and Contexts of Poverty: The Role of Parental Adversities, Social Networks, and Social Services.” Children and Youth Services Review, 2017. [Postprint]
“The Cost of Free Assistance: Why Low-Income Individuals Do Not Access Food Pantries.” Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 2016 (with Rachel Wright and Christopher Wimer). [PDF]
“Encouraging Parental Trust and Honesty to Promote Food Security for All Children” (Letter to the Editor). Pediatrics, 2016. [PDF]