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|Aisenbrey, S. |
Economic Penalties and Rewards of Family Formation, Gender and Education in the Low-Income Sector in Germany.
|Arat-Koc, Sedef. |
In the Privacy of Our Own Home: Foreign Domestic Workers as the Solution to the Crisis in the Domestic Sphere in Canada.
|Arat-Koc, Sedef, Meg Luxton, Harriet Gail Rosenberg. |
Through the Kitchen Window: The Politics of Home and Family.
|Bracke, Piet, Wendy Christiaens, Naomi Wauterickx. |
The Pivotal Role of Women in Informal Care.
|Brown, Judith Belle, Ian Dashnay, Susan McNair, Anthony Vandervoort, Catherine Ward-Griffin. |
Double-Duty Caregiving: Women in the Health Professions.
|Budig, Michelle, Joya Misra, Stephanie Moller. |
Reconciliation Policies and the Effects of Motherhood on Employment, Earnings and Poverty.
|Connelly, M. Patricia, Martha MacDonald. |
Class and Gender in Fishing Communities in Nova Scotia.
|Crooks, Valorie A., Allison Williams. |
Introduction: Space, Place and the Geographies of Women's Caregiving Work.
|Davies, Rhys, Gaelle Pierre. |
The Family Gap in Pay in Europe: A Cross-Country Study.
|Duvander, Ann-Zofie E., Marianne Sundstrom. |
Gender Division of Childcare and the Sharing of Parental Leave Among New Parents in Sweden.
|Esping-Andersen, Gosta. |
A New Gender Contract.
|Fagan, Colette. |
The Temporal Reorganization of Employment and the Household Rhythm of Work Schedules: the Implications For Gender and Class Relations.
|Gash, Victoria. |
Preference or Constraint? Part-Time Workers' Transitions in Denmark, France and the United Kingdom.
|Harkness, S., J. Waldfogel. |
The Family Gap in Pay: Evidence From Seven Industrialized Countries.
|Knijn, Trudie, Arnoud Smit. |
Investing, Facilitating or Individualizing the Reconciliation of Work and Family Life: Three Paradigms and Ambivalent Policies.
|Lichter, Daniel, Donna Morrison. |
Family Migration and Female Employment: The Problem of Underemployment Among Migrant Married Women.
|Lutz, Helma. |
Migration and Domestic Work: A European Perspective on a Global Theme: Studies in Migration and Diaspora.
|Mies, Maria. |
Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale: Women in the International Division of Labour.
|Moen, Phyllis. |
It's About Time: Couples and Careers.
|Nordenmark, Mikael, Charlott Nyman. |
Fair or Unfair? Perceived Fairness of Household Division of Labour and Gender Equality Among Women and Men: The Swedish Case.