Gøsta Esping-Andersen, Incomplete Revolution: Adapting Welfare States to Women’s New Roles


  • Susan McDaniel University of Lethbridge



Author Biography

Susan McDaniel, University of Lethbridge

Dr. Susan McDaniel is a widely published Canadian sociologist/demographer with Canadian and international comparative research interests. Current research is on life course, demographic aging, generational relations, family change in comparative perspective. She is the Prentice Research Chair in Global Population and Economy, Director of the Prentice Institute and Professor of Sociology, University of Lethbridge, and the Principal Investigator in research on mid-life inequalities in Canada and the U.S., in two projects on social engagement, and on intergenerational poverty. She serves on the Executive of the Knowledge Cluster on Population Change and Life Course. She is widely published and the recipient of many research and teaching awards. She was on faculty in Sociology at the universities of Alberta, Waterloo and Utah prior to moving to the University of Lethbridge in 2009.






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