Book 2007

Women, Men, Work and Family in Europe

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ISBN: 978-1-349-54127-0 (Print) 978-0-230-80083-0 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

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    Pages 1-16

    Introduction: The Unravelling of the ‘Male Breadwinner’ Model — and Some of its Consequences

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    Pages 17-34

    Evolutions and Approaches to Equitable Divisions of Paid Work and Care in Three European Countries: a Multi-level Challenge

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    Pages 35-57

    Social Policy in Europe: its Impact on Families and Work

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    Pages 58-75

    Fertility Rates and Mothers’ Employment Behaviour in Comparative Perspective: Similarities and Differences in Six European Countries

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    Pages 76-85

    Fertility Decline, the Postponement of Childbearing and the Increase in Childlessness in Central and Eastern Europe: a Gender Equity Approach

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    Pages 86-115

    Main Patterns in Attitudes to the Articulation Between Work and Family Life: a Cross-National Analysis

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    Pages 116-132

    Occupational Class, Country and the Domestic Division of Labour

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    Pages 133-151

    Gender, Social Class and Work-Life Balance in the New Economy

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    Pages 152-170

    Care Capital, Stress and Satisfaction

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    Pages 171-189

    The Workplace as an Arena for Negotiating the Work-Family Boundary: a Case Study of Two Swedish Social Services Agencies

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    Pages 190-209

    Women’s Occupational Patterns and Work-Family Arrangements: do National and Organisational Policies Matter?

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    Pages 210-229

    Employment, the Family and ‘Work-Life Balance’ in France

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    Pages 230-244

    Continuities, Change and Transformations

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 245-272