Eastern Michigan University
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Tricia McTague

Assistant Professor

712S Pray Harrold

734.487.4148

tmctague@emich.edu

Home Department

Department of SAC

Education

2010     Ph.D. Sociology, North Carolina State University.
2002     M.S. Sociology, North Carolina State University
1999     B.A. Sociology, North Carolina State University
  Minors: Women’s & Gender Studies and Spanish

Interests and Expertise

Occupational race and gender segregation; Gender and labor union organizing; Women, job loss, and carework; Gendered identity formation among middle school kids

Publications and Presentations

Publications

2012 Hossfeld, Leslie, E. Brooke Kelly, Tricia McTague and Angela Wadsworth. “Gender and Jobloss in Rural North Carolina: The Cost of Carework.” Sociation Today 10: 1 Spring/Summer.

2009 McTague, Tricia, Kevin Stainback, and Donald Tomaskovic-Devey. "An Organizational Approach to Understanding Race and Gender Segregation in US Workplaces.” Social Forces 87: 1499-1527.

2008 Schulman, Michael, Leslie Hossfeld, Tricia McTague, Donnie Charleston, and Kevin Stainback.  “Globalization and Worker Displacement: Is There Life After Converse?” Vol 3 Ch 9 in Globalization Comes Home Anthology, Beverly Crawford and Edward A. Fogarty (eds). Praeger Press.

2006 Tomaskovic-Devey, Donald, Catherine Zimmer, Corre L. Robinson, Kevin Stainback, Tiffany Taylor, and Tricia McTague. "Documenting Desegregation: Segregation in American Workplaces by Race, Ethnicity, and Sex. 1966-2003." American Sociological Review 71: 565-588.

Presentation

McTague, Tricia. “Young Women Democratizing the Workplace: Gendered Union Organizing in the Service Economy.” August 1. International Sociological Association Second Forum. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Courses Taught

  • WGST 344: Sociology of Gender

The Women's and Gender Studies Department is part of the College of Arts & Sciences, 214 Pray-Harrold, 734.487.4344