1 online resource (278 pages).
Families in focus series
Families in focus.
Includes bibliographical references.
Inside the clockwork of male careers / Arlie Russell Hochschild -- Shift work in multiple time zones : some implications of contingent and nonstandard employment for family life / Vicki Smith -- Where families and children's activities meet : gender, meshing work, and family myths / Patricia Berhau, Annette Lareau, and Julie E. Press -- Emotional carework, gender, and the division of household labor / Rebecca J. Erickson -- Why can't I have what I want? Timing employment, marriage, and motherhood / Rosanna Hertz -- Framing couple time and togetherness among American and Norwegian professional couples / Jeremy Schulz -- Love and gratitude : single mothers talk about men's contributions to the second shift / Margaret K. Nelson -- The asking rules of reciprocity / Karen V. Hansen -- Wives who play by the rules : working on emotions in the sport marriage / Steven M. Ortiz -- Emotion work in the age of insecurity / Marianne Cooper -- The crisis of care / Barrie Thorne -- The family work of parenting in public / Marjorie L. DeVault -- Maternally yours : the emotion work of maternal visibility / Anita Ilta Garey -- Invisible care and the illusion of independence / Lynn May Rivas -- Remaking family through subcontracting care : elder care in Taiwanese and Hong Kong immigrant families / Pei-Chia Lan -- The Viacom generation : the consumer child and the corporate parent / Juliet B. Schor -- Consumption as care and belonging : economies of dignity in children's daily lives / Allison J. Pugh -- Interracial intimacy on the commodity frontier / Kimberly McClain DaCosta -- The globalization-family nexus : families as mediating structures of globalization / Nazli Kibria -- Homeland visits : transnational magnified moments among low-wage immigrant men / Hung Cam Thai -- Childbirth at the global crossroads / Arlie Russell Hochschild.
"At the Heart of Work and Family presents original research on work and family by scholars who engage and build on the conceptual framework developed by well-known sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild. These concepts, such as 'the second shift, ' 'the economy of gratitude, ' 'emotion work, ' 'feeling rules, ' 'gender strategies, ' and 'the time bind, ' are basic to sociology and have shaped both popular discussions and academic study. The common thread in these essays covering the gender division of housework, childcare networks, families in the global economy, and children of consumers is the incorporation of emotion, feelings, and meaning into the study of working families. These examinations, like Hochschild's own work, connect micro-level interaction to larger social and economic forces and illustrate the continued relevance of linking economic relations to emotional ones for understanding contemporary work-family life"--Provided by publisher.
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Print version: At the heart of work and family. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, ©2011 9780813549552 (DLC) 2010021012 (OCoLC)624056363
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