Papers In Progress

Josipa Roksa. “Exchange of Support Between Low-Income Young Adults and Their Families.”

Josipa Roksa and Peter Kinsley. “The Role of Family Support in Facilitating Academic Success of Low-Income Students.”

Josipa Roksa, Denise Deutschlander, and Sarah E. Whitley. “The Role of Parents in Higher Education: Promoting Institutional Commitment of First-Generation and Low-Income Students.”

Josipa Roksa and Blake Silver. “‘Do-It-Yourself’ University: Institutional and Family Support in the Transition Out of College.”

Laura Hamilton, Josipa Roksa, and Kelly Nielsen. “Providing a 'Leg Up": Parental Involvement and Opportunity Hoarding in College.”


Roksa, Josipa, and Denise Deutschlander. 2018. “Applying to College: The Role of Family Resources in Academic Undermatch.” Teachers College Record, 120: TBD.

Blake, Silver, and Josipa Roksa.  2017 [online publication date]. “Navigating Uncertainty and Responsibility: Understanding Inequality in the Senior-Year Transition.” Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, DOI:10.1080/19496591.2017.1331851.

Roksa, Josipa, and Karen Robinson. 2016 [online publication date]. “Cultural Capital and Habitus in Context: The Importance of High School College-Going Culture.” British Journal of Sociology of Education, DOI: 10.1080/01425692.2016.1251301.

Potter, Daniel, and Josipa Roksa. 2013. “Accumulating Advantages over Time: Family Experiences and Class Inequality in Academic Achievement.Social Science Research 42: 1018-1032.

Domina, Thurston, and Josipa Roksa.  2012. “Should Mom Go Back to School?  Post-Natal Educational Attainment and Parenting Practices.” Social Science Research 41:695-708.

Roksa, Josipa, and Daniel Potter.  2011. “Parenting and Academic Achievement: Intergenerational Transmission of Educational Advantage.Sociology of Education 84:299-321.