From the Inside Flap
"Working Families is a pioneering study by scholars of great capability and insight. This book is a gold mine of observations and information about new approaches to the study of work and family."Arlene Daniels, co-editor of The Most Difficult Revolution
"Hertz and Marshall have pulled together an impressive collection. The range of well-known authors provide a broad perspective by looking at both women and men across class, work site, and race. Working Families provides cutting edge and original contributions that go well beyond previous research on work and families."Naomi Gerstel, author of Families and Work
"The information age is transforming family life and the relationships between families, the workplace, and larger society. Working Families moves the discussion of work and family beyond the simplistic notion of 'balancing' by examining the complexity and diversity of everyday family life, as well as the wider economic and political contexts of our current dilemmas."Arlene Skolnick, author of Embattled Paradise: The American Family in an Age of Uncertainty
"The worlds of work and family in which we live our lives are ever more complex. This important volume sheds lights on the issues faced by working families at home, at work, and in their community."Kathleen Christensen, Director, Program on Working Families, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
From the Back Cover
"Working Families is a pioneering study by scholars of great capability and insight. This book is a gold mine of observations and information about new approaches to the study of work and family."-Arlene Daniels, co-editor of The Most Difficult Revolution
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