Home-Based Employment: Historical and Current Considerations
Source: Family Business Review, Volume 6, Number 4, December 1993 , pp. 437-451(15)
Abstract:The purposes of this article are threefold. First, there is a brief review of current and historical research on home-based business with special emphasis on female home-based employment and the impact of such employment on family life. Second, a conceptual model for family work activities is advanced. Finally, concepts related to home-based employment that could be used to frame and describe the empirical study are specified.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Associate professor and home economics specialist for Lincoln University Cooperative Extension, Jefferson City, Missouri. 2: Assistant professor, Department of Marketing, University of Hartford, Connecticut. 3: Associate professor in the Department of Family and Consumer Studies, University of New Hampshire, Durham.
Publication date: 1993-12-01