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Author Pitt-Catsouphes, Marcie
Title The Work and Family Handbook : Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives and Approaches
Imprint Mahwah : Taylor & Francis Group, 2005
©2005
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Note Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- About the Contributors -- I: Families and Jobs in the 21st Century -- 1 Charting New Territory: Advancing Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives, Methods, and Approaches in the Study of Work and Family -- 2 Understanding Diversity of Work in the 21st Century and Its Impact on the Work-Family Area of Study -- 3 Understanding Diversity of Families in the 21st Century and Its Impact on the Work-Family Area of Study -- II: Disciplinary Approaches and Theoretical Perspectives -- Introduction: The Insights Gained From Integrating Disciplines -- 4 Caregiving and Wage-Earning: A Historical Perspective on Work and Family -- 5 Work-Family Policies: The United States in International Perspective -- 6 Demographic Implications for Work-Family Research -- 7 Family Studies: Situating Everyday Family Life at Work, in Time, and Across Contexts -- 8 The Anthropology of the Workplace and the Family -- 9 Advancing a Career Focus on Work and the Family: Insights From the Life Course Perspective -- 10 Role Theory Perspectives on Work and Family -- 11 Experimental Social Psychology and the Study of Work and Family -- 12 Sociological Perspectives on Families and Work: The Import of Gender, Class, and Race -- 13 The Role of Economics in Work-Family Research -- 14 Work and Family From an Industrial/Organizational Psychology Perspective -- 15 A Legal Perspective on Family lssues at Work -- 16 Connecting Social Work Perspectives to Work-Family Research and Practice -- III: Methodological Approaches -- Introduction: How Diverse Methodologies Inform Understandings of Work and Family Relations -- 17 Ethnography and Working Families -- 18 Video Ethnography and Ethnoarchaeological Tracking -- 19 Using Survey Research to Address Work-Life Issues
20 Using Focus Groups to Study Work and Family -- 21 Longitudinal Research on Work and Family Issues -- 22 In the Moment: The Benefits of the Experience Sampling Method -- 23 Case Studies in Work-Family Research -- 24 Both Art and Science: Employing Organizational Documentation in Workplace-Based Research -- 25 A Multiple Stakeholder Perspective: Implications for Measuring Work-Family Outcomes -- 26 Hierarchical Models for Work-Family and Life Course Research -- 27 The Work-Family Conflict Construct: Methodological Implications -- 28 Using Mixed Methods in Research Related to Work and Family -- IV: Advancing Policy and Organizational Change -- Introduction: Cultivating Organizational Change and Advancing Public Policy -- 29 The Business Case: Managerial Perspectives on Work and the Family -- 30 Legislatures, Agencies, Courts, and Advocates: How Laws Are Made, Interpreted, and Modified -- 31 Work-Family Interventions and Experiments: Workplaces, Communities, and Society -- 32 The Standards of Excellence in Work-Life Integration: From Changing Policies to Changing Organizations -- 33 The Arbitration of Work and Family Conflicts -- 34 Leadership in Action: A Work and Family Agenda for the Future -- Author Index -- Subject Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Pitt-Catsouphes, Marcie The Work and Family Handbook : Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives and Approaches Mahwah : Taylor & Francis Group,c2005 9780805850253
Subject Work and family - Research
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Alt Author Kossek, Ellen Ernst
Sweet, Stephen
Allen, Tammy
Auslander, Mark
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