Michele Hoffnung

Michele Hoffnung

Professor Emeritus
Professor of Psychology

AB, Rutgers University Douglass College; PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor



College of Arts & Sciences 1  328

203-582-8703
Michele.Hoffnung@quinnipiac.edu
CL-AC1

PS 262(UC) Psychology of Women (WS 262)   -   Fall 2014
PS 409Senior Seminar in Psychology   -   Fall 2014
WS 262(UC) Psychology of Women (PS 262)   -   Fall 2014

Selected Articles

Hoffnung, M. (2010). Studying women???s lives: Family focus in the 30s. In E. S. Adler & R. Clark (eds.), How it's done: An invitation to social research, 4th edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Hoffnung, M. (2006). What???s in a name? Marital name choice revisited. Sex Roles, 55, 817-825. Hoffnung, M. (2004). Wanting it all: Career, marriage, & motherhood during college-educated women???s 20s. Sex Roles, 50, 711-723. Hoffnung, M. (1999). Women's changing attitudes toward work and family: College to five years after. Women & Work, 1, 27-39. Hoffnung, M. (1995). Motherhood: Contemporary conflict for women. In J. Freeman, (Ed.), Women: A feminist perspective, 5th edition, (pp. 162-181). Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.

Books

Hoffnung, M., Hoffnung, R. J., & Seifert, K. L., Smith, R.B., Hine, A., Ward, L., & Quinn, A. (2010). Lifespan development, 1st Australasian Edition. Milton, Australia: John Wiley & Sons. Seifert, K. L., Hoffnung, R. J., & Hoffnung, M. (1997; 2000). Lifespan development. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Hoffnung, M. (1992). What's a mother to do? Conversations on work and family. Pasadena, CA: Trilogy Books. Garskof, M. Hoffnung, (Ed.). (1971). Roles women play: Readings in women's liberation. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Selected Publications