PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
Amy L. Gonzales, Jessica McCrory Calarco, and Teresa K. Lynch. Forthcoming. "Technology Problems and Student Achievement Gaps: A Validation and Extension of the Technology Maintenance Construct," Communication Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/0093650218796366 Accepted Version.
Brea Perry and Jessica McCrory Calarco. 2017. "Let Them Eat Cake: Socioeconomic Status and Caregiver Indulgence of Children's Food and Drink Requests," in Sara Shostak, ed., Food Systems and Health (Advances in Medical Sociology), vol. 18. p. 121-146. Emerald Publishing.
Jessica McCrory Calarco. 2014. "Coached for the Classroom: Parents' Cultural Transmission and Children's Reproduction of Inequalities," American Sociological Review 79, no. 5: 1015-1037.
Jessica McCrory Calarco. 2014. "The Inconsistent Curriculum: Cultural Tool-Kits and Student Interpretations of Ambiguous Expectations," Social Psychology Quarterly 76, no. 2: 186-209.
Hua Yu Sebastian Cherng, Jessica McCrory Calarco, and Grace Kao. 2013. "Along for the Ride: Best Friends' Resources and Adolescents' College Attendance," American Educational Research Journal 50, no. 1: 76-106.
Annette Lareau and Jessica McCrory Calarco. 2012. "Class, Cultural Capital, and Institutions: The Case of Families and Schools," Ch. 4 in Susan T. Fiske and Hazel Markus, eds., Facing Social Class: Social Psychology of Social Class. New York: Russell Sage.
Jessica McCrory Calarco. 2011. "'I Need Help!' Social Class and Children's Help-Seeking in Elementary School," American Sociological Review 76, no. 6: 862-882.*
*Received the David Lee Stevenson Award for Best Graduate Student Paper from the Sociology of Education Section of the American Sociological Association (2011).
*Received the Candace Rogers Award for Best Graduate Student Paper from the Eastern Sociological Society (2011).
MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION
Jessica McCrory Calarco, Weihua An, and William R. McConnell. "Save Me a Seat: Segregation in Elementary Students' Lunchroom Seating Networks."
Jessica McCrory Calarco. "Gender Replay: The Changing Role of Gender in Children's Peer Relationships."