The Second Shift: Working Families and the Revolution at Home

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Penguin, 2012. gada 31. janv. - 352 lappuses
An updated edition of a standard in its field that remains relevant more than thirty years after its original publication.

Over thirty years ago, sociologist and University of California, Berkeley professor Arlie Hochschild set off a tidal wave of conversation and controversy with her bestselling book, The Second Shift. Hochschild's examination of life in dual-career housholds finds that, factoring in paid work, child care, and housework, working mothers put in one month of labor more than their spouses do every year. Updated for a workforce that is now half female, this edition cites a range of updated studies and statistics, with an afterword from Hochschild that addresses how far working mothers have come since the book's first publication, and how much farther we all still must go.
 

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Saturs

MY RESEARCH
INSIDE THE EXTRA MONTH A YEAR
THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF GENDER IDEOLOGY
GENDER STRATEGIES
FAMILY MYTHS
BEHIND THE FOOTSTEPS
A FAMILY MYTH AS SOLUTION
NANCYS PROGRAM TO SUSTAIN THE MYTH
A THIRD STAGE OF FATHERHOOD
GENDER IDEOLOGY FEELING RULES AND COPING WITH FEELINGS
THE DIRECT APPROACH
SUPERMOMING
CUTTING BACK AT WORK
SEEKING HELP
MENS STRATEGIES
COUPLES WHO CLASH

SUPPRESSING THE POLITICS OF COMPARISON
HOW MANY HOLTS?
USING ONE SIDE OF TRADITIONALISM TO GET AROUND THE OTHER
A STRATEGY OF INCOMPETENCE
EMOTIONAL SUPPORT INSTEAD OF INVOLVEMENT
NINAS COLLISION COURSE
CAUTIONARY TALES OF DIVORCE
ALEXANDRAS FRIENDS
THE COMPANY LOYALTY TEST
FIFTYFIFTY AT HOME AND TIME FOR READING AND MODEL TRAINS
ANNS FLIPFLOP SYNDROME
A BRILLIANT HUSBAND AND A JOB THAT FEELS UNREAL
IF THATS HOW YOU WANT IT
A SCARCITY OF GRATITUDE
THE NURTURANCE CRUNCH
WEARING MOTHERHOOD LIGHTLY
YOU CANT STONEWALL THE CHILDREN
LOVE OF JOB AS SELFDEFENSE
INSIDE EQUAL TIME ON SUNDAY
I HAVE AN MBA
BEHIND THEIR GENDER STRATEGIES
IT STARTED WITH THE BIRTH OF THE BABY
Michael Sherman
Natural Drift
THE TENSION OF BEING BEHIND THE TIMES
WOMEN WHO BECOME LIKE TRADITIONAL MEN AND TRADITIONAL MEN WHO STAY AS THEY ARE
DIVORCE AND THE SECOND SHIFT
THE LIMITS OF ECONOMIC LOGIC
LIMITING THE IDEA OF FATHERHOOD
CURTAILING THE IDEA OF WHAT A CHILD NEEDS
MY WIFE IS DOING IT
A FATHERS INFLUENCE
THE TWO CULTURES
CLASS DIFFERENCES
PRESERVING A DOMESTIC TRADITION?
UNEQUAL WAGES AND FRAGILE MARRIAGESTHE COUNTERTENDENCY
THE HAVES AND HAVENOTS OF BACKSTAGE SUPPORT FOR WORK
FUTURE NANCY HOLTS?
A GENDER STRATEGY FOR THE NATION
POSTSCRIPT
A NATURALISTIC APPROACH
Ways of Seeing
The Relation Between Ideology and Male Help at Home
The Relation Between the Wage Gap and the Leisure Gap
MomsRising
National Organization of Women
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Arlie Russell Hochschild is the author of The Time Bind and most recently Global Woman, which she edited with Barbara Ehrenreich. She is a tenured professor at University of California, Berkeley.

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