Travis Lowe, PhD
Travis Lowe has published research on racial income inequality in urban areas and locational attainment. His current research focuses on changes in perceived job and labor market precarity from the 1970s to the present.
Work and Occupations
Lowe, Travis, and Michael Wallace. “White-Hispanic Earnings Inequality in Urban Labor Markets: A Study of White Advantage.” Hispanics in the U.S. Labor Market. Ed. Richard Verdugo. Information Age Publishers, 2013. 61–90. Print.
Gauchat, Gordon et al. “The Military Metropolis: Defense Dependence in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” 10 (2011): 25–48. Print.
Wallace, Michael, and Travis Lowe. “Work Values and Job Rewards among European Workers.” 22 (2011): 43–84. Print.
Lowe, Travis Scott and Michael Wallace. 2017. “Occupational Race Segregation, Globalization, and White Advantage: White-Black Earnings Inequality in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” Sociological Perspectives 37(6):353-370.
Fischer, Mary, and Travis Lowe. “Homebuyer Neighborhood Attainment in Black and White: Housing Outcomes during the Housing Boom and Bust.” 93.4 (2015): 1481–1512. Print.
Lowe, Travis Scott. 2018. “Perceived Job and Labor Market Insecurity in the United States: An Assessment of Workers’ Attitudes from 2002 to 2014.” Work and Occupations. 45(3):313-345.
Lowe, Travis. “Occupational Segregation by Gender and Race.” Ed. J. Geoffrey Golson Vicki Smith. Sage Publications (2013): 635–639. Print.
- Sociology of Work and Occupations
- The Sociological Imagination: An Introduction to Sociology
- Eastern Sociological Society
- American Sociological Association
Awards & Honors
- Sanders-Taylor-Tuchman Travel Award
- Ronald Taylor Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Paper