Henly, J.R. & Lambert, S. Under review. Unpredictable work timing in retail jobs: Implications for employee work-life outcomes.
Golden, L., Henly, J.R., & Lambert, S. Under review. Work schedule flexibility for workers: A path to employee happiness?
Lambert, S.J. & Henly, J. R. In press. Double jeopardy: The misfit between welfare-to-work requirements and job realities. In Evelyn Brodkin and Gregory Marston, eds., Work and the Welfare State: The Politics and Management of Policy Change, Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
Lambert, S.J., Haley-Lock, A., & Henly, J.R. 2012. Schedule flexibility in hourly jobs: unanticipated consequences and promising directions. Community, Work & Family. 15 (3), 293-315.
Lambert, S.J & Henly, J.R. 2012. Frontline managers matter: Labour flexibility practices and sustained employment in hourly retail jobs in the U.S. In Chris Warhurst, Francoise Carré, Patricia Findlay, and Chris Tilly, eds., Are Bad Jobs Inevitable? Trends, Determinants and Responses to Job Quality in the Twenty-First Century. England: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 143 - 159.
Thullen, M., Henly, J., Hans, S. 2012. Domain-specific trajectories of father involvement among low-income, young, African-American mothers. Journal of the Society of Social Work and Research 3(3), 129-144.
Golden, L., Wiens-Tuers, B., Lambert, S., & Henly, J.R. 2011. Working time in the employment relationship: Working time, perceived control and work-life balance. In K. Townsend & A. Wilkinson (eds.), Research Handbook on the Future of Work and Employment Relations (pp. 188-211). Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.
Chaudry, A., Henly, J., & Meyers, M. 2010. ACF-OPRE White Paper. Conceptual Frameworks for Child Care Decision-Making. Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Washington, DC.
Bromer, J., Paulsell, D., Porter, T., Henly, J., Weber, R., Ramsburg, D.& members of the families and quality workgroup. 2010. Family-sensitive caregiving: A key component of quality in early care and education arrangements. In M. Zaslow, I. Martinez-Beck, K. Tout, & T. Halle, Quality Measurement in Early Childhood Settings Brooks.
Bromer, Juliette, and Julia R. Henly. 2009. The work-family support roles of child care providers across settings. Early Childhood Research Quarterly 24(3): 271-288.
Campbell, Elizabeth, Julia R. Henly, Delbert S. Elliott, and Katherine Irwin. 2009. Subjective constructions of neighborhood boundaries. Journal of Urban Affairs 31(4): 461-490.
Lambert, Susan, and Julia R. Henly. 2007. Lower-level jobs and work-family studies. In Work family encyclopedia, ed. Patricia M. Raskin and M. Pitt Catsouphes. Sloan Work-Family Research Network, Boston College.
Henly, Julia R., H. Luke Shaefer, and Elaine Waxman. 2006. Nonstandard work schedules: Employer- and employee-driven flexibility in retail jobs. Social Service Review 80: 609–634.
Henly, Julia R., Sandra K. Danziger, and Shira Offer. 2005. The contribution of social support to the material well-being of low-income families. Journal of Marriage and Family 67: 122-140. (Awarded the 2007 Excellence in Research Award, Society of Social Work and Research.)
Henly, Julia R., and Susan Lambert. 2005. Nonstandard work and child-care needs of low-income parents. In Work, family, health, and well-being, ed. Suzanne M. Bianchi, Lynne M. Casper, and Rosalind B. King, 473-492. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Lyons, Sandra J., Julia R. Henly, and John R. Schuerman. 2005. Informal support in maltreating families: Its effect on parenting practices. Children and Youth Services Review 27(1): 21-38.
Bromer, Juliette, and Julia R. Henly. 2004. Child care as family support: Caregiving practices across child care providers. Children and Youth Services Review 26(10): 941-964.
Henly, Julia R. 2002. Informal support networks and the maintenance of low-wage jobs. In Laboring below the line: The new ethnography of poverty, low-wage work, and survival in the global economy, ed. Frank Munger, 179-203. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Danziger, Sandra K., Marcia J. Carlson, and Julia R. Henly. 2001. Post-welfare employment and psychological well-being. Women and Health 32(1/2): 47-78.
Henly, Julia R. 2000. Mismatch in the low-wage labor market: Job search perspective. In The low-wage labor market: Challenges and opportunities for economic self-sufficiency, ed. Kelleen Kaye, and Demetra Smith Nightingale, 145-167. Washington: Urban Institute Press.
Henly, Julia R., and Sandra Lyons. 2000.The negotiation of child care and employment demands among low-income parents. Journal of Social Issues 56(4): 683-706.
Henly, Julia R. 1999. Barriers to finding and maintaining jobs: The perspectives of workers and employers in the low-wage labor market. In Hard labor: Women and work in the post-welfare era, ed. Joel F. Handler, and Lucie White, 48-75. New York: ME Sharpe, Inc.
Henly, Julia R. 1997. The complexity of support: The impact of family structure and provisional support on African American and white adolescent mothers’ well-being. American Journal of Community Psychology 25(5): 629-655.
Lindsey, Duncan, and Julia R. Henly. 1997. The future of child welfare. In Social work in the 21st century, ed. Michael S. Reisch, and Eileen D. Gambrill, 100-118. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.
Henly, Julia R., and Sandra K. Danziger. 1997. Confronting welfare stereotypes: Characteristics of general assistance recipients and postassistance employment. In Social policy: Reform, research, and practice, ed. Patricia L. Ewalt, Stuart A. Kirk, Dennis L. Poole, and Edith M. Freeman, 124-139. Washington, DC: NASW Press.
Henly, Julia R., and Sandra K. Danziger. 1996. Confronting welfare stereotypes: Characteristics of general assistance recipients and postassistance employment. Social Work Research 20(4): 217-227.
Wittenbrink, Bernd, and Julia R. Henly. 1996. Creating social reality: Informational social influence and the content of stereotypic beliefs. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 22(6): 598-610.
Henly, Julia R. 1995. Comparative research on adolescent childbearing: Understanding race differences. African American Research Perspectives 2(1): 70-81.
Henly, Julia R. 1993. The significance of social context: The case of adolescent parenting in the African American community. Journal of Black Psychology 19(4): 461-477.