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Kristin Kelley

Kristin Kelley is a PhD Candidate at Indiana University. She received her M.A. in Sociology from the University of Arkansas in 2013. Her master’s thesis, which examined Anti-LGBT homicide offenders and masculinity, is published in Men and Masculinities and Criminal Justice and Behavior.

Kristin's current research interests include gender, work, family, social psychology, and sexual orientation. Her research on Americans' views toward marital name change is funded by the American Sociological Association’s Social Psychology Section and the Midwest Sociological Society. Kristin’s co-authored research examines Americans’ attitudes about same-sex families and investigates how organizational policies impact employees’ views of the ideal worker norm.