Selected Publications from the Studio

The Research Studio produces research publications that focus partly or fully on methodological innovation, epistemological and ontological issues, and methodological pluralism. Our recent research has a strong focus on community-based and collaborative research led by Indigenous and Black researchers.


McHugh, N. A. and Doucet, A. (Eds.) (2021) Thinking Ecologically, Thinking Responsibly: The Legacies of Lorraine Code. (State University of New York Press).

Doucet, A. (2018) Do Men Mother? (Second edition; revised and updated). University of Toronto Press.

Siltanen J. and Doucet, A. (2017) Gender Relations in Canada: Intersectionalities and Social Change. (Second edition). Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Journal Issues & Publications

Doucet, A. (2023). Time Use Studies, Time, Temporality, and Measuring Care. Time & Society, 32(4), 361-460.

Twamley, K, Doucet, A. and Schmidt, E-M (2021). Relationality in family and intimate practices. Families, Relationships and Societies, 10(1), 1-8.

Cattapan, A., Doucet, A., Lee, R., and McKay, L. (2016). Consuming Intimacies: Bodies, Labour, Care, and Social Justice. Studies in Social Justice, 10(2), 194-362.

Cook, N., Doucet, A., and Rowsell, J. (2017).  Visual Methodologies and Social Justice, Studies in Social Justice,11(2), 187-194.

Doucet, A. (2018). Canadian Visual Methodologies and Visual Sociology.  Canadian Review of Sociology, 55(2), 163-165.

de Laat, K., Doucet, A., and Gerhardt, A. (2023). More than Employment Policies? Parental Leaves, Flexible Work, and Fathers’ Participation in Unpaid Care Work. Community, Work, & Family, 26(5), 562-584.

Goddard-Durant, S., Doucet, A., Tizaa, H., and Sieunarine, J. A. (2023). “I Don’t Have the Energy”: Racial Stress, Young Black Motherhood, and Canadian Social Policies. Canadian Review Sociology, 60(4), 542-566.

Doucet, A. and Klostermann, J. (2023). What and How are we Measuring When we Research Gendered Divisions of Domestic Labor? Remaking the Household Portrait Method into a Care/Work Portrait. Sociological Research Online. Online First.

Doucet, A. (2023). Care is Not a Tally Sheet: Rethinking the Field of Gender Divisions of Domestic Labour with Care-Centric Conceptual Narratives. Families, Relationships and Societies, 12(1), 10-30.

Doucet, A. (2022). “Time is Not Time is Not Time”:  Care Responsibilities, Clock Time, and Process Time. Time and Society, 32(4), 434-460.

Goddard-Durant, S., Doucet, A., Tizaa H., and Sieunarine, J. A. (2022). A decolonizing, intersectional, Black feminist approach to young Black Caribbean-Canadian mothers’ resilience. Journal of Family Studies. Online First.

Jewell, E., Doucet, A, Falk, J, and Hilston, K. (2022). “Looking After Our Own is What We Do”: Urban Ontario Indigenous Perspectives on Juggling Paid Work and Unpaid Care Work for Adult Family Members. Wellbeing, Space & Society, 3. 

Doucet, A. (2021). Socially Inclusive Parenting Leaves and Parental Benefit Entitlements: Rethinking Care and Work Binaries. Social Inclusion, 9(2), 227-237.

Doucet, A.(2021). What does Rachel Carson have to do with Family Sociology and Family Policies? Ecological Relational Ontologies and Crossing Social ImaginariesFamilies, Relationships and Societies, 10(1), 11-31.

Doucet, A., and Armstrong, P. (2021). A Conversation with Pat Armstrong about “Creative Teamwork: Developing Rapid Site-Switching Ethnography”Families, Relationships and Societies, 10(1), 179-188.

Goddard-Durant, S., Sieunarine, J. A. and Doucet, A. (2021).  Decolonising Research with Black Communities:  Developing Equitable and Ethical Relationships between StakeholdersFamilies, Relationships and Societies, 10(1), 189-196.

Jewell, E., Doucet, A., Falk, J. and Fyke, S. (2020) Social Knowing, Mental Health, and the Importance of Indigenous Resources: A Case Study of Indigenous Employment Engagement in Southwestern OntarioCanadian Review of Social Policy, 80, 1-25

Doucet, A. and McKay, L. (2020). Fathering, parental leave, impacts, and gender equality: What/how are we measuring? International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 40(5/6), 441-463.

Books, Chapters, and More

For books, book chapters and more articles connected to the Studio, see Andrea’s web site.