SAGE Journal Articles

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Article 1: Stewart, L. M. (2013). Family care responsibilities and employment: Exploring the impact of type of family care on Work–Family and Family–Work conflict. Journal of Family Issues, 34(1), 113–138. doi: 10.1177/0192513X12437708

Summary: This study compared work–family and family–work conflict for employed family caregivers with disability-related care responsibilities in contrast to employed family caregivers with typical care responsibilities.


Article 2: Kraaykamp, G. L. M. (2012). Employment status and family role attitudes: A trend analysis for the Netherlands. International Sociology, 27(3), 308–329. doi: 10.1177/0268580911423046

Summary: Using data from 14 repeated cross-sectional surveys (N = 19,961), this study investigated trends in the family role attitudes of full-time, part-time, and nonworking men and women since the 1980s.


Article 3: Maume, D. J. (2016). Can men make time for family? Paid work, care work, work–family reconciliation policies, and gender equality. Social Currents, 3(1), 43–63. doi: 10.1177/2329496515620647

Summary: This article reviews changes in the economy and demographic change in family life to argue that men (especially working-class men) will be increasingly compelled and able to do more family care work (childcare, eldercare, and self-care).