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The second shift : working families and the revolution at home

Author: Arlie Russell Hochschild; Anne Machung
Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, [2015?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 8[th printing], revised and with a new afterwordView all editions and formats
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"More than twenty years ago, sociologist and University of California, Berkeley, professor Arlie Hochschild set off a tidal wave of conversation and controversy with his bestselling book, The Second Shift In it, she examined what really happens in dual-career households. Adding together time in paid work, child care, and housework, she found that working mothers put in a month of work a year more than their spouses.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arlie Russell Hochschild; Anne Machung
ISBN: 9780143120339 0143120336
OCLC Number: 914702144
Notes: Revised edition of: The second shift : working parents and the revolution at home, 1989. - First Penguin book with a new introduction, 2003.
Description: xxv, 321 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: 1. Family speed-up --
2. Marriage in a stalled revolution --
3. The cultural cover-up --
4. Joey's problem: Nancy and Evan Holt --
5. The family myth of the traditional: Frank and Carmen Delacorte --
6. A notion of manhood and giving thanks: Peter and Nina Tanagawa --
7. Having it all and giving it up: Ann and Robert Myerson --
8. A scarcity of gratitude: Seth and Jessica Stein --
9. An unsteady marriage and a job she loves: Anita and Ray Judson --
10. The "his" and "hers" of sharing: Greg and Carol Alston --
11. No time together: Barbara and John Livingston --
12. Sharing showdown and natural drift: pathways to the new man --
13. Beneath the cover-up: strategies and strains --
14. Tensions in marriage in the age of divorce --
15. Men who do and men who don't --
16. The working wife as urbanizing peasant --
17. Stepping into old biographies or making history happen? --
Appendix: Research on who does the housework and child care --
Nonprofit organizations engaged in helping working families.
Responsibility: Arlie Hochschild with Anne Machung.

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"More than twenty years ago, sociologist and University of California, Berkeley, professor Arlie Hochschild set off a tidal wave of conversation and controversy with his bestselling book, The Second Shift In it, she examined what really happens in dual-career households. Adding together time in paid work, child care, and housework, she found that working mothers put in a month of work a year more than their spouses. Updated for a workforce now half female, this edition cites a range of new studies and statistics and includes a new afterword in which Hochschild assesses how much-and how little-has changed for women today."--Pub. desc.

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