Table of contents for Starting in our own backyards : how working families can build community and survive the new economy / Ann Bookman.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgements
Introduction: The Engine That Could					
Part I. Work, Family and Community in the New Economy
Chapter 1: New Terrain for Work and Family: Making the 
 Community Connection					
Chapter 2: How Friendly Is the Family-Friendly Workplace?
A Look at the Biotech Industry			 
Chapter 3: All In the Family: It's not a Private Affair			
Chapter 4: Community As A Starting Point: Place and 
Participation			 			
Part II. From Family Connections to Community Involvement
Chapter 5: More Than Roads and Bridges				
Chapter 6: Childcare and Other Building Blocks of Civil Society	
Chapter 7: The PTA Is Not The Problem				
Chapter 8: Not By Bread Alone					
Chapter 9: The Trials of a Full-time Working Mom: or How I Became
 a Part-time Worker and a Part-time Community Activist	
Part III. Investing in Community: Everybody's Business
Chapter 10: From Backyards to Corporate Boardrooms and Beyond:	
				All Stakeholders Welcome			
Chapter 11: The Call of Community: Vocation and Avocation	
Appendix One: Methodology 
Appendix Two: The Family Friendly Community Index 
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Work and family, Work and family United States, Family, Community life, Working mothers