2003 2nd Annual Invitational Journalism-Work/Family Conference Papers and Presentations
Session I: Changing Role of Fathers
Michael Kimmel, SUNY of Stoney Brook. Paper, Conference presentation.
Scott Coltrane, University of California, Riverside. Paper, Conference presentation.
Ronald Mincy, Columbia University. Paper, Conference presentation.
Session II: Are We in a Time Squeeze and, If so, so What?
Barry Bluestone, Northeastern University. Paper, Conference presentation.
Rosalind Chait Barnett, Brandeis University. Conference presentation.
Jennifer Glass, University of Iowa. Conference presentation.
Kathleen Gerson, New York University. Conference presentation.
Session III: Are Today's Kids Getting Shortchanged?
Marsha Weinraub, Temple University. Conference presentation.
Jody Heymann, Harvard School of Public Health. Conference presentation.
Constance Ahrons, University of Southern California. Paper.
2002 Annual Invitational Journalism-Work/Family Conference Papers
Opening: How the Media Portrays Working Families
Rosalind Barnett & Caryl Rivers Presentation.
Session I: History of Marriage and the Family
Stephanie Coontz, Evergreen State College. Paper.
Judith Stacey, University of Southern California. Paper.
Karen Hansen, Brandeis University. Paper.
Session II: Child Care
Ann Crouter, Pennsylvania State University.Paper,
Presentation at the Conference
Kathleen McCartney, Harvard University. Paper, Presentation at the Conference
Barbara Risman, North Carolina State University. Paper.
Session III: Work-Family Conflict
Linda Stroh, Loyola University. Paper, Presentation at the Conference
Jane Waldfogel, Columbia University. Paper.
Jeffrey Greenhaus, Drexel University. Paper.
From 9-to-5 to 24/7: How Workplace Changes Impact Families, Work, and Communities, 2003 BPW/Brandeis University Conference
These papers were presented at the conference on February 28 - March 1, 2003 in Orlando, Florida.
The Combination Model as a Policy Guide and the Family & Business Audit as a Management Instrument for Organisations, Dr. Walter Van Dongen, Population and Family Study Centre (CBGS), Brussels and Dominique Danau and Dany Wijgaerts, European Centre for Work and Society (ECWS), Maastricht
Family and Medical Leave Act: Unresolved Issues, Jean L. Pyle, Ph.D. and Marianne S. Pelletier, MA Candidate, Department of Regional Economic and Social Development, University of Massachusetts Lowell.
Personality and Work Participation Patterns, Nicole J. Borges and Denise D. Gibson, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine
The Role of Economics in Work-Family Research, Robert Drago, Professor of Labor Studies and Women’s Studies, The Pennsylvania State University
Understanding Family Travel Demands as a Critical Component in Work-Family Research, Transportation and Land-Use Planning, Ellin Reisner, Community, Families & Work Program, Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University.
Using the law to support work/life issues - The Australian Experience, Juliet Bourke, Co-Director, WORK+LIFE Strategies
Walking the Tightrope of Child Care: The Precariousness of Work-Life Fit and Flexibility for Employed Parents of Children with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders,, Julie M. Rosenzweig, Eileen M. Brennan, Kitty Huffstutter, and Jennifer R. Bradley, Research and Training Center on Family Support and Children’s Mental Health, Portland State University.
Who Gets to Ride the High Road? The Distribution of Flexible Schedules in the US, Eileen Appelbaum, Rutgers University and Lonnie Golden, Penn State University, Abington College
Work Exhaustion, Organizational Commitment and Work-Life Integration: The Moderating Effects of Work-Family Identity Salience, P. Monique Valcour, Cornell Employment and Family Careers Institute and Dept. of Organizational Behavior, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University
Work-Family Boundary Ambiguity, Gender and Stress in Dual-Earner Couples, Stephen Desrochers, Berger Institute, Claremont-McKenna College
Working Parents Sweat It Out Over Unsupervised Children, Rosalind Chait Barnett, Ph.D., Community, Families & Work Program, Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University