Research (Re)Submitted or Under Review:

[i] Digital Engagement, Socioeconomic Inequalities and Adolescent Well-Being: A Longitudinal Study on Socioemotional and Educational Outcomes (with Melissa Bohnert). Under review.

[ii] Gender Differences in Mental Health following the Transition into Parenthood: Longitudinal Evidence from the UK (with Sandrine Metzger). Under review.

[iii] Stressed and Depressed: A Longitudinal Mediation Analysis of Mental Health Disparities between Lone and Partnered Mothers (with Cadhla McDonnell). Under review.

[iv] Early Childhood Policies Support Individual Achievement but Threaten Social Cohesion (with Katarzyna Bobrowicz and Samuel Greiff). Under review.

Scientific Publications:

[25] Gracia, P., Bohnert, M. & Celik, S. (2023). ‘Digital Inequalities and Adolescent Mental Health: The Role of Socioeconomic Background, Gender and National Context’. In Skopek (Ed.). Research Handbook on Digital Sociology. Edward Elgar (forthcoming).

[24Cano, T. & Gracia, P. (2022). 'The Gendered Effect of Divorce on Mothers’ and Fathers’ Time with Children and Children’s Developmental Activities: A Longitudinal Study'. European Journal of Population (accepted).

[23] García-Román & Gracia, P. (2022). Gender Differences in Time Use Across Age Groups: A Study of Ten Industrialized Countries, 2005-2015. Plos One. PDF

[22] Gracia, P., García-Román, J., Oinas, T., & Anttila, T. (2022). ‘Gender Differences in Child and Adolescent Daily Activities: A Cross-National Time Use Study’. Acta SociologicaPDF

[21] Gracia, P. (2021). Review of Ellen Helsper: The Digital Disconnect: The Social Causes and Consequences of Digital Inequalities. New, Media & Society. PDF

[20] Chambers, D. & Gracia, P. (2021). ‘A Sociology of Family Life: Change and Diversity in Intimate Relations.’ Polity Press. Link.

[19] Bohnert, M. & Gracia, P. (2021) ‘Emerging digital generations? Impacts of child digital use on mental and socioemotional well-being across two cohorts in Ireland, 2007 – 2018.Child Indicators ResearchPDF

[18] Gracia, P., Han, WJ, & Li, J. (2021). Nonstandard Work Schedules in 29 European Countries, 2005-2015: Differences by Education, Gender and Parental Status’. Monthly Labor Review. PDF 

[17] Gracia, P., García-Román, J., Oinas, T., & Anttila, T. (2020). ‘Child and Adolescent Time Use: A Cross-National Study’. Journal of Marriage and Family;  82(4), 1304-1325. PDF

[16] Gracia, P. (2020). 'Children's Time Use'. In D.T. Cook [ed]. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies (pp 504-506). SagePDF

[15] Gracia, P. & García-Román, J. (2018) ‘Child and Adolescent Developmental Activities and Time Use in Spain: The Gendered Role of Parents’ Work Schedules and Education Levels’. European Sociological Review. 34(5), 518–538. PDF

[14] Gil-Hernandez, C. & Gracia, P. (2018). ‘Adolescents' Educational Aspirations and Ethnic Background in Spain: Evidence from Students of African and Latin American Migrant Origin’. Demographic Research. 38(23), 577-618. PDF

[13] Gracia, P. & Ghysels, J. (2017). ‘Educational Inequalities in Parental Care Time: Cross-National Evidence from Belgium, Britain, Denmark, and Spain’. Social Science Research. 63(2), 166-180. PDF

[12Roeters, A. & Gracia,P. (2016) 'Child Care Time, Parents' Well-Being, and Gender: Evidence from the American Time Use Survey.' Journal of Child and Family Studies. 25(8), 2469–2479.  PDF

[11Gracia, P., Vázquez-Quesada, L., &  Van de Werfhorst, H. G. (2016). ‘Ethnic Penalties? The Role of Human Capital and Social Origins in Labor Market Outcomes of Second-Generation Moroccans and Turks in the Netherlands.’ Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(1) 69-87. PDF

[10] Gracia, P. & Kalmijn, M. (2016). ‘Parents’ Family Time and Work Schedules: The Split-Shift Schedule in Spain.’ Journal of Marriage and Family. 78(2): 401-415. PDF

[9] Gracia, P. (2016). ‘Social Stratification and Parental Care: An Analysis of the Spanish Case’. La Caixa Obra Social Foundation.

[8] Gracia, P. & Esping-Andersen, G. (2015). 'Fathers' Child Care Time and Mothers' Paid Work: A Cross-National Study of Denmark, Spain, and the United Kingdom.' Family Science, 6(1) 270-281. PDF

[7] Gracia, P. (2015). ‘Parent-Child Leisure Activities and Cultural Capital in the United Kingdom: The Gendered Effects of Education and Social Class.’ Social Science Research52 (4): 290-302. PDF

[6] Gracia, P. (2014). ‘Fathers’ Child Care Involvement and Children’s Age in Spain: A Time Use Study on Differences by Education and Mothers’ Employment.’ European Sociological Review, 30 (2): 137-150. PDF

[5] Esping-Andersen, G., Boertien, D., Bonke, J., & Gracia, P. (2013). 'Couple Specialization in Multiple Equilibria.' European Sociological Review, 29 (6):1280-1294. PDF

[4] Gracia, P. (2013). Review of: J.Treas & S.Drobnic [eds.] [2010]. ‘Dividing the domestic. Men, women and household work in cross-national perspective.’ European Sociological Review, 29(2): 404-406.

[3] Gracia, P. (2013). ‘Parenting and Inequality’, in Christina Inbakaran and Marie-Louise Van Der Klooster (Eds.). 2012 Time Use. Melbourne: Deakin University.

[2] Gracia, P. & Delclos, C. (2012).  Review of: William J.Wilson [1987]. ‘The truly disadvantaged: The inner city, the underclass, and public policy.’  Athenea Digital, 12(1), 247-250.

[1] Gracia, P., & Bellani, D. (2010). ‘Las políticas de conciliación en España y sus efectos: un análisis de las desigualdades de género en el trabajo del hogar y el empleo.’ Fundación Alternativas - Estudios de Progreso. Num. 51.