volume 31, issue 2, P171-196 2017
DOI: 10.1177/0891243217695520
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Abstract: Family migration often disadvantages women's careers. yet, we know little about the decision-making processes that lead to such outcomes. To address this gap, I conducted a longitudinal interview study of 21 heterosexual young adult couples who were deciding whether to move for early career opportunities. analyzing 118 interviews, I detail how partners negotiate their desired work and family arrangements given structural and cultural constraints. on one negotiation trajectory, partners maintained their egalita…

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