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Nonstandard work schedules and marital instability \ Journal of marriage and the family : quarterly journal / National Council on Family Relations [Artikel]
Presser, H.B. \ 2000
This study examines the extent to which working evening, night, or rotating schedules and weekends affects the likelihood of marriages ending in separation or divorce within approximately 5 years
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Employment schedules among dual-earner spouses and the division of household labor by gender \ American sociological review : official journal of the American Sociological Association [Artikel]
Presser, H.B. \ 1994
Investigated is how employment schedules as an important determinant of time available for housework affect family life and how, along with spouses' relative resources and gender role ideologies, they determine a husband's share (distinguised from nu ...
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Shift work and child care among young dual-earner American parents \ Journal of marriage and the family : quarterly journal / National Council on Family Relations [Artikel]
Presser, H.B. \ 1988
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Shift work among American women and child care \ Journal of marriage and the family : quarterly journal / National Council on Family Relations [Artikel]
Presser, H.B. \ 1986
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