ISSN 1366-8803 (Print); ISSN 1469-3615 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Effects of autism spectrum disorder on parental employment in the United States: evidence from the National Health Interview Survey
McCall, Brian P.; Starr, Elizabeth M.
Understanding the role of Australian Aboriginal maternal infant care workers: bringing a cultural dimension to a critique of the ideal worker concept
Kirkham, Renae; Hoon, Elizabeth; Rumbold, Alice; Moore, Vivienne
Partners’ overwork and individuals’ wellbeing and experienced relationship quality
Shafer, Emily Fitzgibbons; Kelly, Erin L.; Buxton, Orfeu M.; Berkman, Lisa F.
Doing the ‘gender dance’: Black women professionals negotiating gender, race, work and family in post-apartheid South Africa
Jaga, Ameeta; Arabandi, Bhavani; Bagraim, Jeffrey; Mdlongwa, Sibusiso
Breadwinning as care? The meaning of paid work in mothers’ and fathers’ constructions of parenting
German fathers and their preferences for shorter working hours for family reasons
Abendroth, Anja-Kristin; Pausch, Stephanie
If you dare to ask: self-perceived possibilities of Spanish fathers to reduce work hours