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8/22/2016
KAREN BENJAMIN GUZZO
212 Williams Hall
Department of Sociology
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403
419-372-3312
419-372-8306 (fax)
[email protected]
Education
2003
Ph.D. in Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2000
M.A. in Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1997
B.A. in Sociology and Economics, Johns Hopkins University
Academic Positions
2014-present Associate Professor, Dept. of Sociology, Bowling Green State University
Associate Director, Center for Family and Demographic Research
2011-present Research Affiliate, Center for Family and Demographic Research and the
National Center for Family and Marriage Research
2011-2014
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology, Bowling Green State University
2008-2011
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology, Kutztown University
2007-2008
Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology, Lafayette
College
2006-2007
Visiting Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Lehigh
University
2003-2006
Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Individual
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Department of Sociology, and Research Affiliate,
Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
1998-2003
Graduate Student and Carolina Population Center Predoctoral Trainee,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Grants
Funded
2014-2018
The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human
Development (NICHD), R01HD078412. “Distal Determinants of Disparities in
Unintended Fertility” Co-PI with Sarah R. Hayford (Co-PI, Arizona State
University), Jennifer Barber (Co-I, Univ. of Michigan), and Yasamin Kusunoki
(Co-I, Univ. of Michigan). $1,118,676.
2012
Bowling Green State University, “Building Strength” Faculty Research Committee
Major Research Project Program Grant, “Contextual Influences on Fertility
Behavior.” $10,000.
2011
Center for Family and Demographic Research Faculty Training Award. “Marriage
Markets and Multilevel Modeling.” $1,500.
2006-2007
The Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy. “Men’s Multi-Partnered Fertility:
Implications for Paternal Involvement.” $3,000.
2004-2006
Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Individual
Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Institute of Child Health and Human
Development (NICHD), F32 46332-01. “Predicting Cohabiting Unions’ Outcomes
and Stability.” $83,676.
2002-2003
National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant, SES-0220543.
“Doctoral Dissertation Research: How Do Marriage Market Conditions Affect
Entrance into Cohabitation vs. Marriage?” $7,000.
Unfunded
2013
National Institutes of Health, “Add Health Wave IV Contextual Database: The
Transition to Adulthood in Context.” R01 grant submission with Raymond
Swisher (BGSU) and Kelly Balistreri (BGSU).
2012
National Institutes of Health, “Assessing the Concentration of Unintended Fertility
in Sub-Saharan Africa.” R21 grant submission with Sarah R. Hayford (ASU)
2011
National Institutes of Health, “Long-Term Trends in Unintended Births.” R21 grant
submission with Sarah R. Hayford (ASU) and Pamela Smock (Univ. of Michigan)
2010, 2011
National Institutes of Health, “Contextual Influences on Unintended Fertility.” R21
grant submission with Sarah R. Hayford (ASU)
2007, 2009
National Institutes of Health, “Men’s Multipartnered Fertility: Implications for
Paternal Involvement.” R03 grant submission.
Peer-Reviewed Publications
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. Forthcoming. “Shifts in Repartnering and Stepfamilies among Currently
Married and Cohabiting Women of Childbearing Age.” Journal of Family Issues.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. Forthcoming. “Do Young Mothers and Fathers Differ in the Likelihood
of Returning Home?” Journal of Marriage and Family (Special Issue Celebrating 50
Years of the National Longitudinal Surveys).
Dorius, Cassandra and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2016. “Factors Affecting Adolescent RiskTaking in Stepfather Families.” Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research 10: 163198.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Cassandra Dorius. 2016. “Challenges in Measuring and Studying
Multipartnered Fertility in American Survey Data.” Population Research and Policy
Review 35(2): 553-579.
Hayford, Sarah R., Karen Benjamin Guzzo, Yasamin Kusunoki, and Jennifer S. Barber. 2016.
“Perceived Costs and Benefits of Early Childbearing: New Dimensions and Predictive
Power.” Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 48(2): 83-91.
Hayford, Sarah R. and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2016. “Fifty Years of Unintended Births:
Education Gradients in Unintended Fertility in the U.S., 1960-2010.” Population and
Development Review 42(2): 313-341.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin, Sue P. Nash, Wendy D. Manning, Monica A. Longmore, and Peggy C.
Giordano. 2015. “Unpacking the ‘Black Box’ of Race-Ethnic Differences in Fertility.”
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Race and Social Problems 7(2): 135-149.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2014. “Revisiting Retrospective Reporting of
First-Birth Intendedness.” Maternal and Child Health Journal 18(1): 2141-2147.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2014. “New Partners, More Kids: Multiple-Partner Fertility in the
United States.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences
654(1): 66-86.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2014. “Trends in Cohabitation Outcomes: Compositional Changes and
Engagement among Never-Married Young Adults.” Journal of Marriage and Family 76:
826-842.
Yoo, Sam Hyun, Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and Sarah R. Hayford. 2014. “Understanding the
Complexity of Ambivalence towards Pregnancy.” Biodemography and Social Biology. 60:
1-18.
Hayford, Sarah R., Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and Pamela J. Smock. 2014 “The Decoupling of
Marriage and Parenthood? Trends in the Timing of Marital First Births, 1945-1995.”
Journal of Marriage and Family 76: 520-538.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2014. “Fertility and the Stability of Cohabiting
Unions: Variation by Intendedness.” Journal of Family Issues 35(4): 547-576.
Hayford, Sarah R. and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2013. “Race-Ethnic Differences in Motivation to
Avoid Unintended Nonmarital Pregnancy.” Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive
Health 45(1): 41-51.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2012. “Race-Ethnic Differences in Sexual Health
Knowledge.” Race and Social Problems 4: 158-170.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2012. “Unintended Fertility and the Stability of
Coresidential Relationships.” Social Science Research 41: 1138-1151.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2011. “Fertility Following an Unintended First
Birth.” Demography 48(4): 1493-1516.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2011. “New Fathers’ Experiences with Their Own Fathers and
Attitudes toward Fathering.” Fathering 9(3): 268-290.
*nominated for the National Council on Family Relations’ Men in Families Focus Group
Best Research Article Award
Hayford, Sarah R. and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2010. “Age, Relationship Status, and the
Planning Status of Births.” Demographic Research 23: 365-398.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2010. “Single Mothers, Single Fathers: Gender
Differences in Fertility after a Nonmarital Birth.” Journal of Family Issues 31(7): 906-933
Wildsmith, Elizabeth, Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and Sarah R. Hayford. 2010. “Repeat
Unintended, Unwanted, and Seriously Mistimed Fertility.” Perspectives on Sexual and
Reproductive Health 42(1): 14-22.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2009a. “Paternity Establishment for Men’s Nonmarital Births.”
Population Research and Policy Review 28(6): 853-872.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2009b. “New Maternal Relationships and Nonresidential Father
Visitation of Children Born Outside of Marriage.” Journal of Marriage and Family 71: 632649.
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Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2009c. “Men’s Visitation with Nonresidential Children: Do
Characteristics of Coresidential and Nonresidential Children Matter?” Journal of Family
Issues 30(7): 921-944.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2009d. “Marital Intentions and the Stability of First Cohabitations.”
Journal of Family Issues 30(2): 179-205.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Helen Lee. 2008. “Couple Relationship Status and Patterns in
Early Parenting Behaviors.” Journal of Marriage and Family 70: 44-61.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr. 2007a. “Multipartnered Fertility among
American Men.” Demography 44(3): 583-601.
Rindfuss, Ronald R., David Guilkey, S. Philip Morgan, Øystein Kravdal, and Karen Benjamin
Guzzo. 2007. “Child Care Availability and First Births in Norway.” Demography 44(2):
345-372.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr. 2007b. “Multipartnered Fertility among
Young Women with a Nonmarital First Birth: Prevalence and Risk Factors.”
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 39(1): 29-38.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2006a. “The Role of Life Course Events in Union Formation.” Social
Science Research 35: 384-408.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2006b. “How do Marriage Market Conditions Affect Entrance into
Cohabitation vs. Marriage?” Social Science Research 35: 332-355.
Rindfuss, Ronald R., Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and S. Philip Morgan. 2003. “How Do Marriage
and Female Labor Force Participation Affect Fertility in Low Fertility Countries?”
Population Research and Policy Review 22: 411-438.
Book Chapters
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin, James Bartlett Stykes, and Sarah Burgoyne. 2015. “The American
Family in Numbers.” Ch. 2 (pages 27-58) in Esther Redmont (Ed.) The Economics of the
Family: How Households Affects Markets and Economic Growth, Volume 1. Santa
Barbara, CA: Praeger/ABC-CLIO, LLC.
Other Publications
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2016. “Stepfamilies in the U.S.” Family Profile FP-16-09. National
Center for Family and Marriage Research: Bowling Green State University.
Anderson, Lydia and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2016. “Trends in Men’s Economic Characteristics
and Marriage.” Family Profile FP-16-06. National Center for Family and Marriage
Research: Bowling Green State University.
Hayford, Sarah R. and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2015. “The Single Mother by Choice Myth.”
Contexts 14(4): 70-72.
Stykes, Bart and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2015. “Remarriage and Stepfamilies.” Family Profile
FP-15-10. National Center for Family and Marriage Research: Bowling Green State
University.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Krista K. Payne. 2014. “Living Arrangements of Fathers and Their
Children.” Family Profile FP-14-06. National Center for Family and Marriage Research:
Bowling Green State University.
Hayford, Sarah R, J. Bart Stykes, and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2014. “Trends in Motherhood
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Before First Marriage.” Family Profile FP-14-04. National Center for Family and Marriage
Research: Bowling Green State University.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Krista K. Payne. 2013. “Intentions of Nonmarital First Births and
Maternal Age at Birth, 2000-2010.” Family Profile FP-13-15. National Center for Family
and Marriage Research: Bowling Green State University.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2013. “Unintended Childbearing in the United States.” National Council
on Family Relations’ Report. 58.2: F5-F6.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Krista K. Payne. 2012. “Intention and Planning Status of Births:
2000-2010.” Family Profile FP-12-23. National Center for Family and Marriage
Research: Bowling Green State University.
Hayford, Sarah R., Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and Elizabeth Wildsmith. 2009. “Measurement
Problems in Assessing Trends in Unwanted Fertility.” Letter to the editor in response to
Kissin et al. (2008)’s article “Is There a Trend of Increased Unwanted Childbearing
among Young Women in the United States?” Journal of Adolescent Health 43: 364-371
Walker, Karen E, Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and Basil J. Whiting. 2006. “Critical Junctures on the
Way to Adulthood: Options for Interventions (A Report for the Edna McConnell Clark
Foundation).” Public/Private Ventures (P/PV): Philadelphia, PA.
Manuscripts under Review
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. “Marriage and Dissolution among Women’s Cohabitations: Variations
by Stepfamily Status and Shared Childbearing.” Revise and resubmit at the Journal of
Family Issues.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. “Is Stepfamily Status Associated with Cohabiting and Married
Women’s Fertility Behaviors?” 2nd Revise and resubmit at Demography.
Rajan, Sowmya, S. Philip Morgan, Kathleen M. Harris, David Guilkey, Sarah R. Hayford, and
Karen Benjamin Guzzo. “Trajectories of Unintended Fertility.” Under review at Social
Forces.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. “Adolescent Reproductive and Contraceptive
Knowledge and Attitudes and Adult Contraceptive Behavior.” Under review at Maternal
and Child Health.
Manuscripts in Preparation
Kusunoki, Yasamin, Jennifer Barber, Sarah Hayford, and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. “Too Much of
a Hassle? The Evolution of Birth Control Attitudes in Young Adulthood.”
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. “Union Formation and Stability among Non-Cohabiting, Unmarried
Parents: Incorporating Unions with Their Child’s Parent.”
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. “Do Adolescent Attitudes toward Fertility Predict
Fertility Behavior in Adulthood?”
Invited Workshops, Conferences, and Presentations
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2015. "Childbearing with Multiple Partners: How Common is it, How
Can We Study it in Survey Data, and Why Does it Matter?" The Ohio State University
Human Development and Family Science Department Brownbag Series, March 2nd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2014. Participant. National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) Advisory
Workshop. National Center for Health Statistics, Hyattsville, MD, April 7th-8th.
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Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2013. “Complexity and Fertility.” Family Complexity, Poverty, and
Public Policy Conference, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Institute for Research on
Poverty, July 11th-12th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2012. “Understanding Race-Ethnic Differences in Unintended Fertility.”
Bowling Green State University Center for Family and Demographic Research
Colloquium Series, September 19th.
Also presented at The Ohio State University Institute for Population Research
Seminar Series, September 25th.
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Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2009. Discussant. Thinking About the Family in an Unequal Society
Conference. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. May 28th-29th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2006. “Yours, Mine, and Ours: The Prevalence, Causes, and
Implications of Multi-Partnered Childbearing.” Lehigh University Department of Sociology
and Anthropology Colloquium Series, Bethlehem, PA, November 13th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr. 2006. “Multipartnered Fertility among
American Men.” Conference on Multiple-Partner Fertility, Institute for Research on
Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison, September 14th-15th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2005. Panelist. Workshop on Confidentiality Issues in Linking
Geographically Explicit and Self-Identifying Data, National Research Council, Panel on
Confidentiality Issues Arising from the Integration of Remotely Sensed and SelfIdentifying Data, Washington, D.C. December 9th-10th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr. 2005. “Starting Off on the Wrong Foot:
First Birth Characteristics and Multi-Partnered Fertility among Young Women.” Columbia
University Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences Seminar Series, New York, NY:
October 3rd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2004. “Prevalence, Predictors, and Associated Outcomes of Multiple
Cohabitation among Young Adults.” University of Pennsylvania Sociology Department
Colloquium Series, Philadelphia, PA. February 18th.
Conference Presentations and Posters
Hayford, Sarah, Karen Benjamin Guzzo, Vanessa Lang, and Sarah Garver. “Measuring the
Distal Determinants of Unintended Fertility across Three Datasets.” Paper presented as
a poster at the 2016 annual meeting of the Population Association of America,
Washington, DC, March 31st-April 2nd.
*Poster award winner
Kusunoki, Yasamin, Jennifer Barber, Sarah Hayford, and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. “Too Much of
a Hassle? The Evolution of Birth Control Attitudes in Young Adulthood.” Paper presented
at the 2016 annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington, DC,
March 31st-April 2nd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. “Union Formation and Stability among Non-Cohabiting, Unmarried
Parents: Incorporating Unions with Their Child’s Parent.” Paper presented at the 2016
annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington, DC, March 31stApril 2nd.
Kamp Dush, Claire, and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2015. “How to Be Productive in a 40-Hour
Work Week.” Presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family
Relations, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 11th-14th.
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Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Cassandra Dorius. 2015. “Do Half-Siblings Affect Adolescent RiskTaking in Stepfamilies?” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council
on Family Relations, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 11th-14th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2015. “Cohabiting Stepfamilies: Is Configuration Associated with
Outcomes and Stability?” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council
on Family Relations, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 11th-14th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2015. “The Role of Educational Aspirations and
Attainment in Explaining Early Unintended Childbearing.” Paper presented as part of the
“Fertility Intentions and Behaviors across the Life Course” symposium at the annual
meeting of the Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies, October 18th-21st, Dublin,
Ireland.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2015. “Coresidential Stepfamily and Simple Family Births: Does
Intendedness Differ?” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American
Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August 22nd-25th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin, Vanessa Lang, and Sarah R. Hayford. 2015. “Race-Ethnic Differences
in Reproductive Knowledge in Adolescence and Contraceptive Use in Adulthood.” Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems,
Chicago, IL, August 21st-23rd.
Hayford, Sarah R., Jennifer S. Barber, Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and Yasamin Kusunoki. 2015.
“Perceived Costs of Childbearing and Early Fertility: New Dimensions and Racial
Disparities.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of
America, San Diego, CA, April 30th-May 2nd.
Wright, Matthew and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2015. “Trends in Nonmarital Birth Rates and
Approval of Nonmarital Childbearing in Western Countries.” Poster presented at the
annual meeting of the Population Association of America, San Diego, CA, April 30th-May
2nd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2015. “The Living Arrangements of Young Parents and Their Children.”
Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America, San
Diego, CA, April 30th-May 2nd.
Hayford, Sarah R. and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2014. “Changing Education Gradients in
Unwanted Births in the United States.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
Population Association of America, Boston, MA. May 1st-3rd.
Dorius, Cassandra and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2014. “Does Maternal Multipartnered Fertility
Affect the Mother-Child Relationship?” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
Population Association of America, Boston, MA. May 1st-3rd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin, Sue P. Nash, Wendy D. Manning, Monica A. Longmore, and Peggy C.
Giordano. 2013. “Psychosocial, Peer, and Parental Influences on Early and Unintended
Fertility among Young Adults.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American
Sociological Association, New York, NY. August 10th-13th.
Dorius, Cassandra and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2013. “Maternal Multipartnered Fertility and
Adolescent Well-being.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American
Sociological Association, New York, NY. August 10th-13th.
Alvira-Hammond, Marta and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2013 “Fertility Differentials across RaceEthnicity and Generational Status: Incorporating Non-Hispanic Immigrants.” Poster
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presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America, New Orleans,
LA. April 10th-13th.
Stykes, J. Bart and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2013, “‘His’ and ‘Hers’ Baggage: Whose Weighs
More? Gender and Union Formation Following a Non-Coresidential First Birth.” Poster
presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America, New Orleans,
LA. April 10th-13th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2013. “Revisiting Retrospective Reporting of
Birth Intendedness.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population
Association of America, New Orleans, LA. April 10th-13th.
Hayford, Sarah R., Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and Pamela J. Smock. 2012. “The Decoupling of
Marriage and Parenthood? Trends in the Timing of Marital First Births, 1945-1995.”
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association Meeting of
America, San Francisco, CA. May 3rd-5th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2012. “Adjusting Fertility Plans during Periods of Economic
Uncertainty.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association
Meeting of America, San Francisco, CA. May 3rd-5th.
Yoo, Sam Hyun, Sarah R. Hayford, and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2012. “Ambivalence on
Pregnancy: Is It Singular or Plural?” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
Population Association Meeting of America, San Francisco, CA. May 3rd-5th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2012. “Race/Ethnic Differences in Sexual Health
Knowledge.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association
Meeting of America, San Francisco, CA. May 3rd-5th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2011. “The Changing Nature of Cohabitation over Time.” Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Orlando,
FL, November 16th-19th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2011. “Race/Ethnic Differences in Motivation to
Avoid Unintended Nonmarital Pregnancy.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV, August 20th-23rd.
Hayford, Sarah R. and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2011. “The Changing Demography of
Nonmarital Fertility in the United States.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
Population Association of America, Washington, D.C., March 31st-April 2nd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin, Kathleen Mullan Harris, Sarah R. Hayford, S. Philip Morgan, and
Sowmaya Rajan. 2011. “Trajectories of Unintended Fertility.” Paper presented at the
annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington, D.C., March 31stApril 2nd. (Alphabetical authorship listing).
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2010. “Intended Births, Unintended Births, and
the Stability of Cohabiting Unions.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA, August 14th-17th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2010. “Relationship Stability Following an
Unintended Birth.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association
of America, Dallas, TX, April 15th-17th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2010. “Complicated Families and Men’s Involvement with Coresidential
Children.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of
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America, Dallas, TX, April 15th-17th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin, Sarah R. Hayford, and Elizabeth Wildsmith. 2009. “Fertility Following
an Unintended First Birth.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population
Association of America, Detroit, MI, April 30th-May 2nd.
Hayford, Sarah, Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and Elizabeth Wildsmith. 2008. “Changes in the
Measurement of Unwanted Fertility in the 1995 and 2002 National Survey of Family
Growth.” Paper presented at the National Survey of Family Growth Research
Conference, Hyattsville, MD, October 16th-17th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2008. “New Fathers’ Experiences with Their Own Fathers and
Attitudes toward Fathering.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American
Sociological Association, Boston, MA, August 1st-3rd.
Hayford, Sarah R., Elizabeth Wildsmith, and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2008. “Age- and
Relationship-Specific Trends in Unwanted Fertility, 1995-2002.” Paper presented at the
annual meeting of the Population Association of America Meeting, New Orleans, LA,
April 17th-19th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Sarah R. Hayford. 2007. “Single Mothers, Single Fathers: Gender
Differences in Fertility after a Nonmarital First Birth.” Paper presented at the annual
meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY, August 11th-17th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2007. “Phasing Out Fathers: Does Nonresidential Father Involvement
Decline More When Mothers Have a New Partner?” Paper presented at the annual
meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY, August 11th-17th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2007. “Initial Marriage Plans and Current Cohabitors’ Expectations of
Marriage.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of
America Meeting, April New Orleans, LA, April 17th-19th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2006. “Competing Obligations, Child Support, and Men’s Visitation with
Nonresidential Children.” Paper presented at the National Center for Health Statistics
National Survey of Family Growth Research Conference, Hyattsville, MD, October 19th20th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2006. “Paternity Establishment for Men’s Nonmarital Births.” Paper
resented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Montreal,
Canada, August 11th-14th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr. 2006. “Multi-Partnered Fertility among
American Men.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of
America, Los Angeles, CA, March 30th-April 2nd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2006. “Intentions to Marry at the Start of Cohabitation and Subsequent
Transitions.” Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of
America, Los Angeles, CA, March 30th-April 2nd.
Hayford, Sarah R. and Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2006. “The Interaction of Age and Parity with
Wantedness and Contraceptive Use among Nonmarital Births.” Poster presented at the
annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Los Angeles, CA, March 30thApril 2nd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2005. “Racial and Ethnic Differences in Overweight and Obesity in the
Transition to Adulthood: The Role of Early Motherhood.” Presented at a roundtable at
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the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Philadelphia, PA, August
13th-16th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin and Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr. 2005. “Starting Off on the Wrong Foot:
First Birth Characteristics and Multi-Partnered Fertility among Young Women.” Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society Meeting,
Washington, D.C., March 17th-20th.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2005. “Research Note: New Patterns of Union Formation among Young
Adults.” Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of
America, Philadelphia, PA, March 31st-April 2nd.
Rindfuss, Ronald R., David Guilkey, S. Philip Morgan, Øystein Kravdal, and Karen Benjamin
Guzzo. 2004. “Child Care Availability and Fertility in Norway: Pro-Natalist Effects.”
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America,
Boston, MA, April 1st-3rd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2003. “Do Attitudes Predict Union Type? Does Union Type Change
Attitudes?” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of
America, Minneapolis, MN, May 1st-3rd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2003. “Why Cohabit? Under What Circumstances?” Paper presented
at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Minneapolis, MN, May
1st-3rd.
Guzzo, Karen Benjamin. 2001. “Men, Women, and Low Fertility: Analysis across Time and
Country.” Paper presented at the Population Association of America meeting,
Washington, D.C., March 29th-31st.
Training
August 2011 Analyzing Multilevel and Mixed Models Using Stata. Summer Training Program
in Quantitative Methods of Social Research, Inter-University Consortium for
Political and Social Research, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
July 2002
Fragile Families Summer Data Workshop, Columbia University
Courses Taught
Research Methods
Population and Society
Sociology of the Family (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Human Fertility and Family Planning (Graduate)
Sociology of Childhood and Adolescence
Sociology of Gender
Principles of Sociology (General and Honors)
Race and Ethnic Relations
Graduate Theses and Dissertations
Chair, PhD committee: J. Bart Stykes (2015), Marta Alvira-Hammond, Saima Bashir
Chair, MA committee: Jason Wencak (2013), Neneh Conteh-Khali (2014)
Member, PhD committee: Larry St. J. P. Gibbs (2014), Anna Hawley (Psychology, 2015),
Esther Lamidi (2016), Sue Petrina Nash (2016), Ryan Heath Bogle, Matthew Wright,
Cori Healy (American Cultural Studies)
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Graduate Faculty Member, PhD preliminary examinations: Laura Chestnut (American Cultural
Studies), Anna Hawley (Psychology), Steven Bellavia (American Cultural Studies)
Member, MA committee: Sarah Burgoyne (2012), Kasey Eickmeyer (2016), Lindsey Aldrich
BGSU Service
University
Winifred O. Stone Presidential Graduate Diversity Scholarship Review
Committee (Spring 2016)
Family Campaign representative from Sociology Dept. (2013-present)
Reviewer, “Building Strength” Major Grants program (2012, 2014)
Department
Chair, Family Area Committee (2016-present)
Member, Graduate Committee (2011-present)
Member, Demography Area Committee (2011-present)
Member, Family Area Committee (2011-2016)
Grader, Family Area Prelims (Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Summer 2013, Summer
2015)
Grader, Demography Area Committee (Fall 2012, Summer 2013)
Center for Family & Demographic Research (CFDR)
Associate Director (2014-present)
Executive Committee (2013-present)
Planning committee for 2012 CFDR Symposium Series “Parental Well-Being in
Contemporary Families.”
Related Teaching and Research Experience
2005-2006
Adjunct, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Fall 2003
Adjunct, University of Pennsylvania, PA
Summer/
Fall 2003
Consultant, Public/Private Ventures, Philadelphia, PA
Researcher for Edna McConnell Clark Foundation project on adolescent risk
behaviors and outcomes.
2000-2003
Research Assistant, Professor Ronald R. Rindfuss, Carolina Population Center,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Project: “Fertility Processes in Low Fertility Countries.”
Summer 2000 Graduate Teaching Instructor, Dept. of Sociology, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
Summer 1999 Research Assistant, Professor Christian S. Smith, Dept. of Sociology, University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Project: “Religion and the Social Construction of American Public Life: Cultural
Elites and Institutional Processes in Historical Perspective.”
1997-1998
Research Associate, Jean Moreau and Associates, Inc., Columbia, MD
Responsibilities included market research for senior housing planning
National Service
Board Member-at-large, National Council on Family Relations (2016-2019)
Editorial Board, Journal of Marriage and Family (2015-present)
Editorial Board, Journal of Family Theory and Review (2010-present)
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Nominated for American Sociological Association Family Section Council Member, 2015
Student Paper Award Committee, American Sociological Association Family Section (2012-13)
Grant Review Activity
National Institutes of Health, Social Sciences & Population Studies A, Study Section Ad Hoc
Reviewer, 10/1/15
National Science Foundation, Division of Social and Economic Sciences, Ad Hoc reviewer,
October 2012
Service at National Meetings
Organizer, Fertility Session, 2017 annual meeting of the American Sociological Association,
Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Presider, Population Section Roundtable on “Predictors of Fertility in Low Fertility Contexts,”
2015 annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL.
Proposal reviewer, National Council on Family Relations 2015 annual meeting, Vancouver,
British Columbia, Canada.
Session Organizer, “Nonmarital and Diverse Families,” “Legal and Policy Aspects of Complex
Families,” and “Repartnering and Stepfamilies.” 2015 annual meeting of the Population
Association of America, San Diego, CA.
Poster Session Judge, 2014 annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Boston,
MA.
Session Organizer, “Union Status and Fertility.” 2013 annual meeting of the Population
Association of America, New Orleans, LA.
Poster Session Judge, 2011 annual meeting of the Population Association of America, San
Francisco, CA.
Session Organizer, “Parents, Children, and Sibling Linkages across Households” and
“Intrahousehold Relationships in non-Western Societies.” 2009 annual meeting of the
Population Association of America, Detroit, MI.
Discussant, “Changes and Continuity in Fertility Preferences,” 2005 annual meeting of the
Population Association of America, Philadelphia, PA.
Occasional reviewer
American Sociological Review, Demography, Journal of Marriage and Family, Journal of Health
and Social Behaviors, Population Research and Policy Review, Social Forces, Perspectives on
Sexual and Reproductive Health, Social Problems, Sociological Forum, Journal for the Scientific
Study of Religion, Journal of Family History, Demographic Research, Social Science Research,
Social Science Quarterly
Professional Memberships
American Sociological Association
Population Association of America
National Council on Family Relations
Media
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Quoted in the Reading Eagle on parental time spent with children, 1/18/09
http://readingeagle.com/article.aspx?id=121979
Quoted on WebMD in discussion of multipartnered fertility, 4/1/2011,
http://www.webmd.com/baby/news/20110401/2-kids-different-dads?page=2
Quoted in USAToday as an expert in fertility trends, 5/9/2011,
http://www.usatoday.com/NEWS/usaedition/2011-05-10-Fertility10ART_ST_U.htm
Quoted in USAToday on cohabitation and fertility, 4/12/2012
http://www.usatoday.com/USCP/PNI/Nation/World/2012-04-15-APNWKNHCNW-TropicalWeather-Discussion_ST_U.htm
Quoted in the Huffington Post on “financial fertility,” 5/2/2012
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jacoba-urist/women-and-money_b_1290849.html
Quoted in USAToday on family behaviors during the recession, 5/4/2012
http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/wellness/story/2012-04-27/Boomer-parents-recessionhelp/54706938/1
Letter to the Editor, Toledo Blade, in response to article “Perils of the Pill,” 7/13/2012
http://www.toledoblade.com/Letters-to-the-Editor/2012/07/13/Red-Cross-thankful-for-stormhelp.html
Quoted in USAToday on family behaviors during the recession, 7/24/2012
http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/story/2012-07-24/cdc-unintended-births/56444732/1
Quoted in Glamour Magazine in an article on “nearlyweds” and changing patterns of union
formation, September 2013
http://www.glamour.com/sex-love-life/2013/08/the-pros-and-cons-of-dating-without-gettingengaged
Quoted in the New York Post in an article on the rising proportion of unmarried adults, 9/10/14
http://nypost.com/2014/09/09/single-adults-now-outnumber-married-adults/. Also quoted on
same topic in The Straits Times, 9/21/14
http://women.asiaone.com/women/relationships/singular-sensation?page=0%2C0
Quoted on Cinncinati.com in an article on imbalanced sex ratios and mate selection, 1/2/15.
http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2015/01/02/think-hard-find-mate-right/21214419/
Research presented at 2013 annual meeting of the American Sociological Association on
maternal multipartnered fertility and adolescent risk-taking behaviors picked up by several
media outlets, including The Huffington Post, Yahoo! Health, Healthy Living at MSN.com, and
Science Daily, among others.
Quoted in the Herald-Standard in an article about trends in marriage, 2/14/16.
http://www.heraldstandard.com/new_today/the-wait-of-our-unions/article_13481ef1-a1ed-5d5ab931-a49132836636.html
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