Table of contents for Work & family : research informing policy / Toby L. Parcel, Daniel B. Cornfield, editors.


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PART ONE: SETTING THE STAGE
Work and Family in Women's Lives in the German Democratic Republic - H Trapp
Public Opinion and Congressional Action on Work, Family and Gender - P Burstein and S Wierzbicki
PART TWO: THE JUGGLING ACT
Do Americans Feel Overworked? Comparing Ideal and Actual Working Time - J A Jacobs and K Gerson
Nonstandard Employment Schedules among American Mothers - A G Cox and H B Presser
The Relevance of the Marital Stature
Effects of Public and Private Policies on Working after Childbirth - S Hofferth
Returning to Work - J C Sandberg and D B Cornfield
The Impact of Gender, Family and Work on Terminating a Family or Medical Leave
PART THREE: LATER IN THE LIFE COURSE
The Effects of Parental Work and Maternal Nonemployment on Children's Reading and Math Achievement - T L Parcel, R A Nickoll and M J Dufur
Work-Family Orientations and Attainments in the Early Life Course - M K Johnson and J T Mortimer
Transmission of Family Values, Work and Welfare among Poor Urban Black Women - R Iverson and N Farber



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Work and family.
Women -- Employment.
Work and family -- United States.
Women -- Employment -- United States.