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The Resource Gender and the work-family experience : an intersection of two domains, edited by Maura J. Mills, (electronic book)

Gender and the work-family experience : an intersection of two domains, edited by Maura J. Mills, (electronic book)

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Gender and the work-family experience : an intersection of two domains
Title
Gender and the work-family experience
Title remainder
an intersection of two domains
Statement of responsibility
edited by Maura J. Mills
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Conflict between work and family has been a topic of discussion since the beginning of the women's movement, but recent changes in family structures and workforce demographics have made it clear that the issues impact both women and men. While employers and policymakers struggle to navigate this new terrain, critics charge that the research sector, too, has been slow to respond. Gender and the Work-Family Experience puts multiple faces - male as well as female - on complex realities with interdisciplinary and cross-cultural awareness and research-based insight. Besides reviewing the state of
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N$T
Dewey number
155.2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HD4904.25
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Mills, Maura J.
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  • Work and family
  • Work-life balance
  • Quality of work life
  • Sex role in the work environment
Label
Gender and the work-family experience : an intersection of two domains, edited by Maura J. Mills, (electronic book)
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Publication
Copyright
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Challenging heteronormative and gendered assumptions in work-family research: an examination of LGB identity-based work-family conflict
  • Katina B. Sawyer, Christian N. Thoroughgood, and Jeanette N. Cleveland
  • Gender, gender-role ideology, and the work-family interface: a cross-cultural analysis
  • Ujvala Rajadhyaksha, Karen Korabik, and Zeynep Aycan
  • Part II. Considerations From The Homefront. Feeling work at home: a transactional model of women and men's negative affective spillover from work to family
  • Melissa E. Mitchell, Lillian T. Eby, and Anna Lorys
  • The
  • intersection of gender and work-family guilt
  • Karen Korabik
  • Gender, accuracy about partners' work-family conflict, and relationship quality
  • Part I. Societal Influences & Entrenchment. Gender ideology and work-family plans of the next generation
  • Kei Nomaguchi and Melissa A. Milkie
  • Work-life equality: the importance of a level playing field at home
  • Jeanette N. Cleveland, Gwenith G. Fisher, and Katina B. Sawyer
  • On-demand: when work intrudes upon employees' personal time - does gender matter?
  • Angela R. Grotto
  • Part III. Career & Organizational Considerations. Family-friendly organizational policies, practices, and benefits through the gender lens
  • Justin M. Sprung, Tatiana H. Toumbeva, and Russell A. Matthews
  • Shiftwork as gendered and its impact on work-family balance
  • Ryan M. Rosiello and Maura J. Mills
  • Gender roles in a masculine occupation: military men and women's differential negotiation of the work-family interface
  • Rachel G. Lucas-Thompson and Wendy A. Goldberg
  • Ann H. Huffman, Satoris S. Culbertson, and Joseph Barbour
  • Women in STEM: family-related challenges and initiatives
  • Vanessa A. Jean, Stephanie C. Payne, and Rebecca J. Thompson
  • Examining the work-family experience of workaholic women
  • Malissa A. Clark, Angela A. Beiler, and Lauren M. Zimmerman
  • Family life on the fast track? Gender and work-family tradeoffs among highly educated professionals: a cross-cultural exploration
  • Maria Stanfors
  • Beyond the "ideal" worker: including men in work-family discussions
  • Sunny L. Munn and Tomika W. Greer
  • Gender, poverty, and the work-family interface
  • Heather Odle-Dusseau, Anna C. McFadden, and Thomas W. Britt
  • Exploring the double jeopardy effect: the importance of gender and race in work-family research
  • Tonya K. Frevert, Satoris S. Culbertson, and Ann H. Huffman
  • Foreword; References ; Preface; Why This? Why Now? ; For Whom? ; The End of the Beginning ; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; Part I; SOCIETAL INFLUENCES & ENTRENCHMENT; Chapter-1; Gender Ideology and Work-Family Plans of the Next Generation; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Adolescents' and Emerging Adults' Plans for Managing Work and Family; 1.2.1 Findings from the Adolescent and Emerging Adult Studies; 1.3 Individual Differences in Plans to Manage Work and Family; 1.3.1 Demographic Differences; 1.3.1.1 Findings from the Adolescent and Emerging Adult Studies
  • 1.3.2 The Importance of Gender Ideology1.3.2.1 Findings from the Adolescent and Emerging Adult Studies; 1.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter-2; Beyond the "Ideal" Worker: Including Men in Work-Family Discussions; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 From Ideal Worker to Contemporary Employee; 2.3 Theory of the Work-Family Interface: Conflict, Enrichment, and Balance; 2.3.1 Differences Between Men's and Women's Work-Family Experiences; 2.4 Understanding Men's Work-Family Conflict; 2.4.1 Antecedents of FIW and WIF Conflict; 2.4.2 Consequences of FIW and WIF Conflict
  • 2.5 Understanding Men's Work-Family Enrichment2.5.1 Antecedents of Men's Work-Family Enrichment; 2.5.2 Consequences of Men's Work-Family Enrichment; 2.6 Practical Implications; 2.7 Opportunities for Future Research; 2.8 Conclusion; References; Chapter-3; Gender, Poverty, and the Work-Family Interface; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Sex Segregation of Occupations and the Feminization of Poverty; 3.2.1 The Feminization of Poverty; 3.2.2 Feminization of Poverty and the Work-Family Interface; 3.3 Applying the JD-R Theory to Gender, Poverty, and the Work-Family Interface
  • 3.4 The Effects of Public Programs on Managing the Work-family Interface3.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter-4; Exploring the Double Jeopardy Effect: The Importance of Gender and Race in Work-Family Research; 4.1 Historical Background; 4.2 Multiple Identities in Work-Family Research: The Intersection of Gender and Race; 4.2.1 Gender in Work-Family Research; 4.2.2 Race in Work-Family Research; 4.3 The Consequences of Multiple Identities: The Double Jeopardy Effect; 4.4 Work-Family Research Including Gender and Race; 4.4.1 Labor Force Characteristics of White and Black Women
  • 4.5 Methodological Considerations4.6 Broader Impacts and Future Research; 4.7 Conclusion; References; Chapter-5; Challenging Heteronormative and Gendered Assumptions in Work-Family Research: An Examination of LGB Identity-Based Work-Family Conflict; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Defining Work-Family Conflict; 5.3 Gender and Sexuality: Intersecting Identities and the Roots of Heterosexism; 5.4 LGB Discrimination in the Workplace; 5.5 Implications of LGB Discrimination on "Coming Out" at Work; 5.6 Disclosure Disconnects and LGB Work Family Conflict
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SPR898125565
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (383 pages)
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319088907
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Gender and the work-family experience : an intersection of two domains, edited by Maura J. Mills, (electronic book)
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Challenging heteronormative and gendered assumptions in work-family research: an examination of LGB identity-based work-family conflict
  • Katina B. Sawyer, Christian N. Thoroughgood, and Jeanette N. Cleveland
  • Gender, gender-role ideology, and the work-family interface: a cross-cultural analysis
  • Ujvala Rajadhyaksha, Karen Korabik, and Zeynep Aycan
  • Part II. Considerations From The Homefront. Feeling work at home: a transactional model of women and men's negative affective spillover from work to family
  • Melissa E. Mitchell, Lillian T. Eby, and Anna Lorys
  • The
  • intersection of gender and work-family guilt
  • Karen Korabik
  • Gender, accuracy about partners' work-family conflict, and relationship quality
  • Part I. Societal Influences & Entrenchment. Gender ideology and work-family plans of the next generation
  • Kei Nomaguchi and Melissa A. Milkie
  • Work-life equality: the importance of a level playing field at home
  • Jeanette N. Cleveland, Gwenith G. Fisher, and Katina B. Sawyer
  • On-demand: when work intrudes upon employees' personal time - does gender matter?
  • Angela R. Grotto
  • Part III. Career & Organizational Considerations. Family-friendly organizational policies, practices, and benefits through the gender lens
  • Justin M. Sprung, Tatiana H. Toumbeva, and Russell A. Matthews
  • Shiftwork as gendered and its impact on work-family balance
  • Ryan M. Rosiello and Maura J. Mills
  • Gender roles in a masculine occupation: military men and women's differential negotiation of the work-family interface
  • Rachel G. Lucas-Thompson and Wendy A. Goldberg
  • Ann H. Huffman, Satoris S. Culbertson, and Joseph Barbour
  • Women in STEM: family-related challenges and initiatives
  • Vanessa A. Jean, Stephanie C. Payne, and Rebecca J. Thompson
  • Examining the work-family experience of workaholic women
  • Malissa A. Clark, Angela A. Beiler, and Lauren M. Zimmerman
  • Family life on the fast track? Gender and work-family tradeoffs among highly educated professionals: a cross-cultural exploration
  • Maria Stanfors
  • Beyond the "ideal" worker: including men in work-family discussions
  • Sunny L. Munn and Tomika W. Greer
  • Gender, poverty, and the work-family interface
  • Heather Odle-Dusseau, Anna C. McFadden, and Thomas W. Britt
  • Exploring the double jeopardy effect: the importance of gender and race in work-family research
  • Tonya K. Frevert, Satoris S. Culbertson, and Ann H. Huffman
  • Foreword; References ; Preface; Why This? Why Now? ; For Whom? ; The End of the Beginning ; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; Part I; SOCIETAL INFLUENCES & ENTRENCHMENT; Chapter-1; Gender Ideology and Work-Family Plans of the Next Generation; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Adolescents' and Emerging Adults' Plans for Managing Work and Family; 1.2.1 Findings from the Adolescent and Emerging Adult Studies; 1.3 Individual Differences in Plans to Manage Work and Family; 1.3.1 Demographic Differences; 1.3.1.1 Findings from the Adolescent and Emerging Adult Studies
  • 1.3.2 The Importance of Gender Ideology1.3.2.1 Findings from the Adolescent and Emerging Adult Studies; 1.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter-2; Beyond the "Ideal" Worker: Including Men in Work-Family Discussions; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 From Ideal Worker to Contemporary Employee; 2.3 Theory of the Work-Family Interface: Conflict, Enrichment, and Balance; 2.3.1 Differences Between Men's and Women's Work-Family Experiences; 2.4 Understanding Men's Work-Family Conflict; 2.4.1 Antecedents of FIW and WIF Conflict; 2.4.2 Consequences of FIW and WIF Conflict
  • 2.5 Understanding Men's Work-Family Enrichment2.5.1 Antecedents of Men's Work-Family Enrichment; 2.5.2 Consequences of Men's Work-Family Enrichment; 2.6 Practical Implications; 2.7 Opportunities for Future Research; 2.8 Conclusion; References; Chapter-3; Gender, Poverty, and the Work-Family Interface; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Sex Segregation of Occupations and the Feminization of Poverty; 3.2.1 The Feminization of Poverty; 3.2.2 Feminization of Poverty and the Work-Family Interface; 3.3 Applying the JD-R Theory to Gender, Poverty, and the Work-Family Interface
  • 3.4 The Effects of Public Programs on Managing the Work-family Interface3.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter-4; Exploring the Double Jeopardy Effect: The Importance of Gender and Race in Work-Family Research; 4.1 Historical Background; 4.2 Multiple Identities in Work-Family Research: The Intersection of Gender and Race; 4.2.1 Gender in Work-Family Research; 4.2.2 Race in Work-Family Research; 4.3 The Consequences of Multiple Identities: The Double Jeopardy Effect; 4.4 Work-Family Research Including Gender and Race; 4.4.1 Labor Force Characteristics of White and Black Women
  • 4.5 Methodological Considerations4.6 Broader Impacts and Future Research; 4.7 Conclusion; References; Chapter-5; Challenging Heteronormative and Gendered Assumptions in Work-Family Research: An Examination of LGB Identity-Based Work-Family Conflict; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Defining Work-Family Conflict; 5.3 Gender and Sexuality: Intersecting Identities and the Roots of Heterosexism; 5.4 LGB Discrimination in the Workplace; 5.5 Implications of LGB Discrimination on "Coming Out" at Work; 5.6 Disclosure Disconnects and LGB Work Family Conflict
Control code
SPR898125565
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (383 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319088907
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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