Pubs

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS 

Hora, M.T., Chen, Z., Parrott, E., & Her, P. (2020). Problematizing college internships: Exploring issues with access, program design, and developmental outcomes in three U.S. colleges. International Journal of Work Integrated Learning, 21 (3), 235-252. https://www.ijwil.org/files/IJWIL_21_3_235_252.pdf

Hora, M., Parrott, E. & Her, P. (2020). How do students conceptualise the college internship experience? Towards a student-centred approach to designing and implementing internships. Journal of Education and Work33(1), 48-66. https://doi.org/10.1080/13639080.2019.1708869

Serido, J., LeBaron, A. B., Li, L., Parrott, E., & Shim, S. (2020). The lengthening transition to adulthood: Financial parenting and recentering during the college-to-career transition. Journal of Family Issues. https:// doi.org/10.1177/0192513×19894662

Bogenschneider, K., Day, E., & Parrott, E. (2019). Revisiting theory on research use: Turning to policymakers for fresh insights. American Psychologist, 74(7), 778–793. https://doi.org/10.1037/amp0000460

Bogenschneider, K., Corbett, T. & Parrott, E. (2019). Realizing the promise of research in policymaking: Theoretical guidance grounded in policymaker perspectives. Journal of Family Theory and Review, 11(1), 127-147.  https://doi.org/10.1111/jftr.12310

Curran, M. A., Parrott, E., Ahn, S., Shim, S. & Serido, J. (2018). Young adults’ life outcomes: Perceived financial influences from parents, the romantic partner, and young adults’ own financial behaviors. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 39, 445-456http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10834-018-9572-9

Parrott, E. (2017). Building political participation: The role of family policy and political science courses. Journal of Political Science Education 13:4, 404-425. https://doi.org/10.1080/15512169.2017.1350862

APPLIED PUBLICATIONS

Hora, M., Parrott, E., and Her, P. (2019). Exploring Student Perspectives on College Internships: Implications for Equitable and Responsive Program Design. [WCER Working Paper No. 2019-5]. Madison, WI: Center for Research for Education Research. 

Hora, M., Chen., Z., Parrott, E., and Her, P. (2019). Problematizing college internships: Exploring issues with access, program design, and developmental outcomes [WCER Working Paper No. 2019-1]. Madison, WI: Center for Research for Education Research. 

Hora, M. T., Scaglione, M., Parrott, E., Chen, Z., Wolfgram, M, & Kolar, A. (2018). Results from the College Internship Study at Claflin University. Madison, WI: Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions. Retrieved from: http://ccwt.wceruw.org/research/publications.html

Hora, M. T., Scaglione, M., Parrott, E., Chen, Z., Wolfgram, M, & Kolar, A. (2018). Results from the College Internship Study at UW-Parkside. Madison, WI: Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions. Retrieved from: http://ccwt.wceruw.org/research/publications.html

Hora, M. T., Scaglione, M., Parrott, E., Chen, Z., Wolfgram, M, & Kolar, A. (2018). Results from the College Internship Study at Madison College. Madison, WI: Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions. Retrieved from: http://ccwt.wceruw.org/research/publications.html

Wolfgram, M. & Parrott, E. (2018). Culture of risk and the activity format of internship participation [blog post]. Madison WI: Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions. 

Parrott, E., Bogenschneider K., & Day, E. (2018). What best practices build trusting relationships? Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

Bogenschneider K., Parrott, E., & Day, E. (2018). How do policymakers use research? Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Day, E., Bogenschneider K., & Parrott, E. (2018). What is an effective legislator? The inside story. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Parrott, E. & Whelan, C. (2016). Equal from the start [research-based workbook]. Madison, WI. Retrieved from: https://more.sohe.wisc.edu/resources/workbooks/

Bogenschneider K., Little, O., Parrott E., & Seubert, J. (2014). Instructor’s Manual to accompany Family Policy Matters: How Policymaking Affects Families and What Professionals Can Do. New York and London: Routledge, Taylor & Frances Group. Retrieved from: http://www.routledgetextbooks.com/textbooks/9780415844482/

Parrott, E. (2014). Hi ho! Hi ho! It’s off to work teens go! [blog post]. Madison, WI: Parenthetical. Retrieved from: http://myparenthetical.com/off-to-work-teens-go/

Parrott, E. & Taub, A. (2014). Findings from the follow-up telephone survey with participants of the 32nd Wisconsin family impact seminar: The science of early brain development. University of Wisconsin-Madison: Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. 

Parrott, E. & Taub, A. (2014). Findings from the 32nd Wisconsin family impact seminar: Fact sheet. University of Wisconsin-Madison: Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars.

Johnson, K., Parrott, E. (2014). Risk factors of child abuse and neglect fatalities and promising practices for prevention. Madison, WI: National Council on Crime and Delinquency. 

Johnson, K., Bogie, A., Russell, J., Rostoni N., Yager, S., Steiner, E., Maher, E., Pecora, P., Parrott, E., Fischer, S., Stellrecht, A., & Martin, R. (2014). Improving child safety and well-being in foster and relative placements. Madison, WI: National Council on Crime and Delinquency.  

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Bogenschneider, K., Day, E., Parrott, E. (2019, April). Policymaker Perspectives on Youth and Family Issues: Unpacking Partisanship and the Importance of Research. Invited presentation at William T. Grant Foundation’s annual meeting on Use of Research Evidence (for grantees and affiliates), Washington, DC. 

Bogenschneider, K., Parrott, E. (2018, April). When theory falls short: What can we learn from policymaker interviews to advance theory about research use in policymaking? Invited presentation at William T. Grant Foundation’s annual meeting on Use of Research Evidence (for grantees and affiliates), Washington, DC. 

Bogenschneider, K., Day, E., & Parrott, E. (2017, November). Building better public policy: Best practices of policymakers who champion youth and family issues. Invited symposium at annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL.

PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS

Hora, M. T., Chen, Z., Her, P. & Parrott, E. (2020, April). Problematizing college internships: Exploring issues with access, program design, and developmental outcomes in three US colleges [Paper Session]. AERA Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA http://tinyurl.com/wybc8xm (Conference Canceled) 

Her, P., Parrott, E., & Hora, M. (2019, May). Understanding the ways that Students, Educators, and Employers Understand and Conceptualize Internship: Results from a Free List Study. Symposium presentation at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Chen, Z., Hora, M., Parrott, E., Her, P. (2019, May). Exploring issues of access/equity, program quality in college internship programs. Poster presentation at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Parrott, E. (2019, April). Closer parental relationships: First versus continuing-generation college graduates. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada. 

Parrott, E. (2018, November). First versus continuing-generation college graduates: Greater financial support. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, San Diego, CA. 

Parrott, E. (2018, August). Low-income and first-generation students at elite colleges: “I made a place for me.” Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Philadelphia, PA.  

Parrott, E., Anistranski, J. & Brown, B. B. (2018, April). School, friends, activities? What underlies sense of belonging among late adolescents at a large public university. Poster presented at annual meeting of Society for Research on Adolescence, Minneapolis, MN. 

Bogenschneider, K., Corbett, T., & Parrott, E. (2017, November). Why research is not used more frequently in policymaking: Insights from Community Dissonance Theory. Paper presented at annual meeting of National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL. 

Curran, M., Parrott, E., Ahn, S., & Serido, J. (2017, November). Perceived financial influences on young adults’ life outcomes. Poster presented at annual meeting of National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL. 

Parrott, E. (2017, April). Low-income and first-generation students at elite colleges: “I made a place for me.” Paper presented at annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX.  

Bogenschneider, K., Day, E., & Parrott, E. (2017, April). The meaning of research use in policymaking: Turning to policymakers to inform theory. Paper presented at annual meeting of Society for Research on Child Development, Austin, TX.  

Parrott, E. (2016, November). Building lifelong political participation in college students: The role of family policy courses. Poster presented at annual meeting of National Council on Family Relations, Minneapolis, MN. 

Whelan, C. & Parrott, E. (2016, April). Money, relationships, and equality. Workshop at annual meeting of Women, Well-being, Wisconsin, and the World (4W) Conference, Madison, WI. 

Bogenschneider, K., Parrott, E., Anderson, E., & Henderson, T. (2014, November). Teaching family policy: a forum for college educators to exchange ideas. Symposium at the annual meeting of National Council on Family Relations, Baltimore, MD. 

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