X
Search Filters
Format Format
Format Format
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
Journal Article (63) 63
Book Review (14) 14
Book Chapter (6) 6
Conference Proceeding (6) 6
Magazine Article (3) 3
Book / eBook (2) 2
Dissertation (2) 2
Newspaper Article (1) 1
Publication (1) 1
Web Resource (1) 1
more...
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
sociology (31) 31
mothers (22) 22
children (21) 21
gender (19) 19
fathers (15) 15
parents & parenting (15) 15
family studies (14) 14
parents (14) 14
research (14) 14
social aspects (13) 13
families & family life (11) 11
parenting (11) 11
mental health (10) 10
psychological aspects (10) 10
child care (9) 9
book reviews (8) 8
employment (8) 8
gender differences (8) 8
adolescents (7) 7
analysis (7) 7
housekeeping (7) 7
men (7) 7
parent child relationship (7) 7
perceptions (7) 7
psychology, social (7) 7
time (7) 7
women (7) 7
african americans (6) 6
culture (6) 6
family (6) 6
housework (6) 6
social psychology (6) 6
working women (6) 6
child rearing (5) 5
children & youth (5) 5
depression (5) 5
family work (5) 5
gender roles (5) 5
household labor (5) 5
influence (5) 5
nonfiction (5) 5
psychological distress (5) 5
socialization (5) 5
time use (5) 5
united states (5) 5
whites (5) 5
women's studies (5) 5
work (5) 5
work and family (5) 5
adults (4) 4
blacks (4) 4
comparative analysis (4) 4
conflict (4) 4
division-of-labor (4) 4
employed parents (4) 4
employment level (4) 4
family work relationship (4) 4
father involvement (4) 4
mass media (4) 4
older people (4) 4
parent and child (4) 4
racial differences (4) 4
sex role (4) 4
social change (4) 4
social research (4) 4
spouses (4) 4
stress (4) 4
stress variables (4) 4
studies (4) 4
time management (4) 4
well being (4) 4
wellbeing (4) 4
working mothers (4) 4
adult children (3) 3
african-american (3) 3
aged (3) 3
behavior (3) 3
beliefs, opinions and attitudes (3) 3
books (3) 3
cleaning (3) 3
consequences (3) 3
content analysis (3) 3
dual career couples (3) 3
educational attainment (3) 3
educational environment (3) 3
elementary school students (3) 3
family life (3) 3
family time (3) 3
feminism (3) 3
girls (3) 3
health (3) 3
health aspects (3) 3
home economics (3) 3
inequality (3) 3
labor force (3) 3
life course (3) 3
marital status (3) 3
marital-status (3) 3
marriage (3) 3
maternal employment (3) 3
more...
Library Location Library Location
Language Language
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


2006, The American Sociological Association's Rose series in sociology, ISBN 087154136X, xvii, 249
Book
Social Forces, ISSN 0037-7732, 9/2012, Volume 91, Issue 1, pp. 55 - 63
Journal Article
Journal of Family Issues, ISSN 0192-513X, 1/2014, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp. 223 - 253
Cultural models are shared frameworks that people use to make sense of the world. The cultural model of father involvement (a) specifies ideal roles fathers... 
father involvement | content analysis | family | cultural model | BEHAVIOR | 20TH-CENTURY | FAMILY STUDIES | Fatherhood | Social aspects | History | Father and child | Content analysis (Communication) | Usage | Analysis | Parents & parenting | Discourse analysis | Culture | Content analysis
Journal Article
Journal of Marriage and Family, ISSN 0022-2445, 04/2015, Volume 77, Issue 2, pp. 355 - 372
Journal Article
Society and Mental Health, ISSN 2156-8693, 05/2018, p. 215686931876748
Journal Article
Society and Mental Health, ISSN 2156-8693, 3/2014, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 20
We examine the association between perceptions of spouse’s work-to-family conflict, family stressors, and mental health outcomes using data from a sample of... 
family-to-work conflict | mental health | work-to-family conflict | crossover stress | family stressors
Journal Article
Sociological Inquiry, ISSN 0038-0245, 02/2016, Volume 86, Issue 1, pp. 51 - 78
The Mommy Wars is a cultural frame asserting the existence of a battle between employed mothers and homemakers. We perform critical discourse analysis of U.S.... 
MOTHERS | OLDER WOMEN | CULTURE | MASS-MEDIA | DEPICTION | SOCIOLOGY | Water supply | War | Mothers | Discourse | Middle class | Choices | Social problems | News media | Sociology | Work environment | Critical theory | Family work relationship | Rhetoric | Fathers | Discourse analysis | Comparative analysis
Journal Article
Journal of Marriage and Family, ISSN 0022-2445, 02/2016, Volume 78, Issue 1, pp. 270 - 275
Milkie et al respond to commentaries by Waldfogel and Kalil and Mayer regarding their study of the association between maternal time and developmental outcomes... 
MOTHERS | MATTER | BEHAVIOR | PARENTS | INFANT | FAMILY STUDIES | EMPLOYMENT | SOCIOLOGY | Parenting | Mother and child | Child development | Analysis | Methods | Parents & parenting | Adolescent development | Parent-child relations | Children | Adolescents | Mothers
Journal Article
Social Forces, ISSN 0037-7732, 9/2000, Volume 79, Issue 1, pp. 191 - 228
Time-diary data from representative samples of American adults show that the number of overall hours of domestic labor (excluding child care and shopping) has... 
Housekeeping | Gender roles | Husbands | Employment | Men | Working women | Wives | Cleaning | Children | Bachelors degrees | DOMESTIC LABOR | MENS HOUSEWORK | OF-LABOR | IDEOLOGY | FAMILY WORK | DIFFERENCE | POWER | TIME | HUSBANDS PARTICIPATION | MARITAL-STATUS | SOCIOLOGY | Research | Social aspects | Home economics | Sexual division of labor | Gender | Correlation analysis | Social conditions & trends | Housework
Journal Article