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Gender, Work, and Family
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Kelly, Erin. 2010. “Gender, Work, and Family”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


In this course, we will explore the competing responsibilities of market work (i.e. paid
work, which we usually call "work") and family work (i.e. managing a home, caring for
children and other relatives) in the contemporary United States. We will investigate
work-family conflicts from the perspective of women, men, and children and we will...

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