Chloe is a PhD candidate in Sociology whose work focuses on the inequalities that result from sexual violence and the social conditions in which it is enabled.
Hart, Chloe G., Aliya Saperstein, Devon Magliozzi & Laurel Westbrook. 2019. "Gender and Health: Beyond Binary Categorical Measurement." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 60(1): 101–118.
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Nakagawa, Sandra and Chloe Hart. 2019. “Where’s the Beef: How Masculinity Exacerbates Gender Disparities in Health Behaviors.” Socius. 5:1-12.
Hart, Chloe Grace. 2019. “The Penalties for Self-Reporting Sexual Harassment.” Gender & Society. 33(4):534-559.
Hart, Chloe Grace, Alison Dahl Crossley and Shelley J. Correll. 2018. “Leader messaging and attitudes towards sexual violence. Socius 4:1-14.
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