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2013, Studies in social inequality, ISBN 9780804778244, xix, 515
"This state-of-the-art volume presents comparative, empirical research on a topic that has long preoccupied scholars, politicians, and everyday citizens:... 
Middle class | Income distribution
Book
2009, The real utopias project, ISBN 9781844673254, Volume 6., viii, 465
'Gender Inequality' explores class disparity, who should care for infants, and fatherhood in a dual-earner family. 
Sex role | Dual-career families
Book
Community, Work & Family: ANTICIPATED AND UNANTICIPATED CONSEQUENCES OF WORK-FAMILY POLICY: INSIGHTS FROM INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSES, ISSN 1366-8803, 05/2011, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp. 119 - 138
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Annual Review of Sociology, ISSN 0360-0572, 1/2004, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp. 103 - 124
New state and market arrangements were twice imposed on the residents of the eastern part of Germany, once when Germany was divided in 1949 and again when it... 
Employment | Working women | Men | Labor markets | Workforce | Gender equality | Differentiation and Stratification | Part time employment | Child care | Mothers | Division of labor | Work | Welfare state | East and West Germany | WAGE | MARKET | gender equality | WELFARE-STATE | work | INEQUALITY | EARNINGS | WEST-GERMANY | employment | EAST-GERMANY | FAMILY | TRANSITION | welfare state | SOCIOLOGY | Sex role | Sociology | Research | Wages & salaries | Gender | Labor force
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Journal of European Social Policy, ISSN 0958-9287, 7/2010, Volume 20, Issue 3, pp. 196 - 216
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European sociological review, ISSN 1468-2672, 2012, Volume 28, Issue 4, pp. 421 - 442
Parental time investments in children are essential inputs in children's present and future well-being. The ability of parents to make choices about child care... 
Zeitbudget | Großbritannien | USA | Kanada | Norwegen | Institution | Familienpolitik | Kultur | Internationaler Vergleich | Beruf | Eltern | Australien | Frankreich | Niederlande | Kinderbetreuung | Arbeitszeit | Mutter | Schweden | Familie | Slowenien | Vater | Parenting | Employment | Government regulation | Parents | Labor time | Fathers | Work hours | Child care | Mothers | Full time employment | EUROPE | MOTHERS | POLICY | PARENTS INVESTING LESS | FAMILY TIME | UNPAID WORK | GENDER | MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT | ALLOCATION | FERTILITY | SOCIOLOGY
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Politics & Society, ISSN 0032-3292, 09/2008, Volume 36, Issue 3, pp. 313 - 349
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Annual Review of Sociology, ISSN 0360-0572, 7/2018, Volume 44, Issue 1, pp. 441 - 468
We review research on institutions of redistribution operating in high-income countries. Focusing on the nonelderly, we invoke the concept of the household... 
inequality | earnings | transfers | regulations | taxes | redistribution | predistribution | poverty | UNITED-STATES | TIME | CROSS-NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE | INCOME | CHILD-SUPPORT | WELFARE REGIMES | LABOR | SOCIOLOGY
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Annual Review of Sociology, ISSN 0360-0572, 01/2018, Volume 44, p. 441
We review research on institutions of redistribution operating in high-income countries. Focusing on the nonelderly, we invoke the concept of the household... 
Evaluation | Income inequality | Income distribution | Poverty | Taxes | Family income | Households | Child poverty | Income redistribution | Children | Taxation | Inequality
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2004, The family and public policy, ISBN 9780674018396, x, 259
In a panoramic study that draws on diverse sources, Jerry Jacobs and Kathleen Gerson explain why and how time pressures have emerged and what we can do to... 
Women employees | Working class | Hours of labor | Work and family | Professional employees | United States
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by Jarvik, Gail P and Amendola, Laura M and Berg, Jonathan S and Brothers, Kyle and Clayton, Ellen W and Chung, Wendy and Evans, Barbara J and Evans, James P and Fullerton, Stephanie M and Gallego, Carlos J and Garrison, Nanibaa’ A and Gray, Stacy W and Holm, Ingrid A and Kullo, Iftikhar J and Lehmann, Lisa Soleymani and McCarty, Cathy and Prows, Cynthia A and Rehm, Heidi L and Sharp, Richard R and Salama, Joseph and Sanderson, Saskia and Van Driest, Sara L and Williams, Marc S and Wolf, Susan M and Wolf, Wendy A and Harley, John and Myers, Melanie and Namjou, Bahram and Vinks, Sander and Connolly, John and Keating, Brendan and Gerhard, Glenn and Sundaresan, Agnes and Tromp, Gerard and Crosslin, David and Leppig, Kathy and Wicklund, Cathy and Chute, Christopher and Lynch, John and De Andrade, Mariza and Heit, John and McCormick, Jen and Brilliant, Murray and Kitchner, Terrie and Ritchie, Marylyn and Böttinger, Erwin and Peter, Inga and Persell, Stephen and Rasmussen-Torvik, Laura and McGregor, Tracy and Roden, Dan and Antommaria, Armand and Chiavacci, Rosetta and Faucett, Andy and Ledbetter, David and Williams, Janet and Hartzler, Andrea and Vitek, Carolyn R. Rohrer and Frost, Norm and Ferryman, Kadija and Horowitz, Carol and Rhodes, Rosamond and Zinberg, Randi and Aufox, Sharon and Pan, Vivian and Long, Rochelle and Ramos, Erin and Odgis, Jackie and Wise, Anastasia and Hull, Sara and Gitlin, Jonathan and Green, Robert and Metterville, Danielle and McGuire, Amy and Kong, Sek Won and Trinidad, Sue and Veenstra, David and Roche, Myra and Skinner, Debra and Raspberry, Kelly and O’Daniel, Julianne and Parsons, Will and Eng, Christine and Hilsenbeck, Susan and Karavite, Dean and Conlin, Laura and Spinner, Nancy and Krantz, Ian and Falk, Marni and Santani, Avni and Dechene, Elizabeth and Dulik, Matthew and Bernhardt, Barbara and Schuetze, Scott and Everett, Jessica and Gornick, Michele Caroline and Wilfond, Ben and Tabor, Holly and Lemke, Amy A and Richards, Sue and ... and eMERGE Act-ROR Committee and CERC Committee and CSER Act-ROR Working Group and CERC Comm and CSER Act-ROR Working Grp and eMERGE Act-ROR Comm
The American Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 0002-9297, 06/2014, Volume 94, Issue 6, pp. 818 - 826
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