Dr. Frye studies the complex relationships between culture, ideas, and demographic patterns, using both qualitative and quantitative research methods to investigate these relationships. Her current focus is a longitudinal data collection project examining the experiences of university graduates living in Kampala, Uganda.
- Frye, Maggie, Lopus, Sara . 2019. From Privilege to Prevalence: Contextual Effects of Women's Schooling on African Marital Timing. Demography
- Frye, Maggie, Ysseldyk, Renate , Greenaway, Katharine H, Hassinger, Elena , Zutrauen, Sarah , Lintz, Jana , Bhatia, Maya P, Starkenburg, Else , Tai, Vera . 2019. A Leak in the Academic Pipeline: Identity and Health Among Postdoctoral Women. Frontiers in Psychology 10
- Frye, Maggie. 2019. The myth of agency and the misattribution of blame in collective imaginaries of the future. The British Journal of Sociology 70(3):721-730.
- Frye, Maggie, Vaisey, Stephen . 2019. The Old One-Two. The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Sociology
- Frye, Maggie, Gheihman, Nina . 2018. Like Bees to a Flower: Attractiveness, Risk, and Collective Sexual Life in an AIDS Epidemic. Sociological Science 5:596-627.
- Frye, Maggie, Lopus, Sara . 2018. Visualizing Africa's Educational Gender Gap. Socius 4:2378023118795956.
- Frye, Maggie. 2017. Cultural Meanings and the Aggregation of Actions: The Case of Sex and Schooling in Malawi. American Sociological Review 82(5):945-976.
- Frye, Maggie, Chakrabarti, Parijat . 2017. A mixed-methods framework for analyzing text data: Integrating computational techniques with qualitative methods in demography. Demographic Research 37:1351-1382.
- Frye, Maggie, Bachan, Lauren . 2017. The demography of words: The global decline in non-numeric fertility preferences, 1993-2011. Population Studies 71(2):187-209.
- Frye, Maggie, Chae, Sophia . 2017. Physical attractiveness and women's HIV risk in rural Malawi. Demographic research 37:251-294.