Families -- Dual-Career
The following sources are recommended by an expert whose research specialty is working families.
· Hertz, Rosanna, and Marshall, Nancy L. (eds). 2001. Working Families: The Transformation of the American Home. University of California Press.
· Hochschild, A. 1989. The Second Shift: Working Parents and the Revolution at Home. Viking.
· Moen, Phyllis (ed). 2003. It's about Time: Couples and Careers. ILR Press.
· Schneider, Barbara, and Waite, Linda (eds). 2005. Being Together, Working Apart: Dual-Career Families and the Work-Life Balance. Cambridge University Press.
· Sloan Work and Family Research Network. Boston College. A searchable database of relevant literature is available at this web site. http://wfnetwork.bc.edu/
· Workplace, Workforce, and Working Families. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Contains descriptions of and links to the five Working Family Centers funded by the Sloan Foundation and to research being conducted by the centers, each of which is affiliated with a research university. http://www.sloan.org/programs/stndrd_dualcareer.shtml
· Casper, Lynn M., and Bianchi, Suzanne M. 2001. Continuity and Change in the American Family. Sage.
· Families and Work Institute. http://www.familiesandwork.org/
· Jacobs, Jerry A., and Gerson, Kathleen. 2004. The Time Divide: Work, Family, and Gender Inequality. Harvard University Press.
· Perry-Jenkins, Maureen, Repetti, Rena L., and Crouter, Ann C. 2000. "Work and Family in the 1990s." Journal of Marriage and the Family 62, 981-98.
· Presser, Harriet B. 2003. Working in a 24/7 Economy: Challenges for American Families. Russell Sage Foundation.
"The Infography about Dual-Career Families"
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