volume 31, issue 1, P121-122 2016
DOI: 10.1177/0891243216633159
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Abstract: This volume brings together 12 chapters on a wide variety of contemporary work-family issues. The chapters, which are formatted like empirical articles, use a range of methods and approaches, both qualitative and quantitative. The diverse chapters share a backdrop of the new economy, which the editors characterize as rising income inequality, the rise of nonstandard work, the erosion of unions, technological advances that blur the lines between work and home, and pressures of a global economy. Specific topics…

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