Belinda Hewitt
Belinda Hewitt
The Univeristy of Melbourne, The University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology
Zweryfikowany adres z unimelb.edu.au
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Life course transitions and housework: Marriage, parenthood, and time on housework
J Baxter, B Hewitt, M Haynes
Journal of marriage and family 70 (2), 259-272, 2008
Socioeconomic differences in food purchasing behaviour and suggested implications for diet‐related health promotion
G Turrell, B Hewitt, C Patterson, B Oldenburg, T Gould
Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 15 (5), 355-364, 2002
Measuring socio-economic position in dietary research: is choice of socio-economic indicator important?
G Turrell, B Hewitt, C Patterson, B Oldenburg
Public health nutrition 6 (2), 191-200, 2003
The maternal health outcomes of paid maternity leave: A systematic review
Z Aitken, CC Garrett, B Hewitt, L Keogh, JS Hocking, AM Kavanagh
Social Science & Medicine 130, 32-41, 2015
Post-familial families and the domestic division of labour
J Baxter, B Hewitt, M Western
Journal of Comparative Family Studies 36 (4), 583-600, 2005
Negotiating domestic labor: Women's earnings and housework time in Australia
J Baxter, B Hewitt
Feminist Economics 19 (1), 29-53, 2013
Marital loss, mental health and the role of perceived social support: findings from six waves of an Australian population based panel study
B Hewitt, G Turrell, K Giskes
J Epidemiol Community Health 66 (4), 308-314, 2012
Who decides? The social characteristics of who initiates marital separation
B Hewitt, M Western, J Baxter
Journal of Marriage and Family 68 (5), 1165-1177, 2006
Reordering gender systems: can COVID-19 lead to improved gender equality and health?
T King, B Hewitt, B Crammond, G Sutherland, H Maheen, A Kavanagh
The Lancet 396 (10244), 80-81, 2020
Who uses paid domestic labor in Australia? Choice and constraint in hiring household help
J Baxter, B Hewitt, M Western
Feminist Economics 15 (1), 1-26, 2009
The validity of publication and citation counts for sociology and other selected disciplines
JM Najman, B Hewitt
Journal of sociology 39 (1), 62-80, 2003
Labor and love: Wives' employment and divorce risk in its socio-political context
LP Cooke, J Erola, M Evertsson, M Gähler, J Härkönen, B Hewitt, ...
Social Politics 20 (4), 482-509, 2013
Digital socialization: young people's changing value orientations towards internet use between adolescence and early adulthood
J Smith, B Hewitt, Z Skrbiš
Information, Communication & Society 18 (9), 1022-1038, 2015
‘It’s not just about the money’: Non-resident fathers’ perspectives on paying child support
K Natalier, B Hewitt
Sociology 44 (3), 489-505, 2010
Short-term functional health and well-being after marital separation: Does initiator status make a difference?
B Hewitt, G Turrell
American journal of epidemiology 173 (11), 1308-1318, 2011
Marriage breakdown in Australia: The social correlates of separation and divorce
B Hewitt, J Baxter, M Western
Journal of Sociology 41 (2), 163-183, 2005
Change in the association between premarital cohabitation and separation, Australia 1945–2000
B Hewitt, D De Vaus
Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (2), 353-361, 2009
Do co-residence and intentions make a difference? Relationship satisfaction in married, cohabiting, and living apart together couples in four countries
T Tai, J Baxter, B Hewitt
Demographic Research 31, 71-104, 2014
The benefits of paid maternity leave for mothers' post-partum health and wellbeing: Evidence from an Australian evaluation
B Hewitt, L Strazdins, B Martin
Social Science & Medicine 182, 97-105, 2017
Pathways into marriage: Cohabitation and the domestic division of labor
J Baxter, M Haynes, B Hewitt
Journal of Family Issues 31 (11), 1507-1529, 2010
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