Dissertation Title: "According to Plan?: Medicine, Inequality, and Reproduction in the United States"
Dissertation Committee: Joanna Kempner (chair), Deborah Carr, Catherine Lee, Norah MacKendrick, Rene Almeling (Yale University)
Areas of Interest: Medical Sociology, Sex and Gender, Qualitative Methods, Environmental Sociology, Science & Technology Studies, Body and Embodiment, Reproduction and Fertility
Stevens, Lindsay M. Forthcoming. "'We Have to Be Mythbusters': Clinician Attitudes about the Legitimacy of Patient Concerns and Dissatisfaction with Contraception." Social Science & Medicine.
Roos, Patricia A. and Lindsay M. Stevens. 2018. "Integrating Occupations: Changing Occupational Sex Segregation from 2000 to 2010." Demographic Research 38(5): 127-154.
Stevens, Lindsay M. 2016. "Environmental Contaminants and Reproductive Bodies: Provider Perspectives on Risk, Gender, and Responsibility." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 57(4): 471-485.
MacKendrick, Norah and Lindsay M. Stevens. 2016. "'Taking Back a Little Bit of Control': Managing the Contaminated Body through Consumption." Sociological Forum 31(2): 310-329.
Stevens, Lindsay M. 2015. "Planning Parenthood: Health Care Providers' Perspectives on Pregnancy Intention, Readiness, and Family Planning." Social Science & Medicine 139: 44-52.