Dr. Brianna Turgeon
Dissertation: Talking About Accountability: An Analysis of the Discourse of Welfare-to-Work Program Managers."
(Forthcoming). Taylor, Tiffany, Alison Buck, Katrina Bloch, and Brianna Turgeon. “Gender Composition and Share of Management: Tipping Points in US Workplaces, 1980-2005.” The Social Science Journal.
(Forthcoming). Brianna Turgeon and Kaitlyn Root. “Mothers on Welfare.” In Routledge Motherhood Companion, edited by Lynn O’Brien Hallstein, Andrea O’Reilly, and Melinda Vandenbeld Giles. New York, NY: Routledge Publishing.
2018. Turgeon, Brianna. “A Critical Discourse Analysis of Welfare-to-Work Program Managers’ Expectations and Evaluations of their Clients’ Mothering.” Critical Sociology 44(1):127-140.
2018. Taylor, Tiffany, Brianna Turgeon, and Christi Gross. “’Here on the Front Lines’: Welfare-to-Work Managers’ Moral Identity Work.” Symbolic Interaction 41(1): 45-61.
2018. Taylor, Tiffany, Brianna Turgeon, and Christi Gross. “Becoming a Good Welfare Manager: Paternalistic Oppressive Othering and Boundary Maintenance.” Sociological Focus
2017. Taylor, Tiffany, Katrina Bloch, and Brianna Turgeon. “What Work/Life Balance? Ohio Welfare-to-Work Program Managers’ Focus on Paid Work.” In The Balancing Act: Intersections of Work-Life Balance in Communication across Identities, Genders, and Cultures, edited by Elizabeth Hatfield. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.