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In this article, the author looks at the processes involved in constructing concepts such as family and household using different methods. The author argues that the choice of method does matter but that there is no a priori link between method and construct or between method and epistemological...
The topic of this article is the association between grandparental coresidence with adolescent women and early childbearing. The conceptual model is based on that used in social demographic studies of the effect of family structure on children and is expanded to include the presence of extended...
This essay posits that employed women are in a quandary between two ethics, equity and care, in relation to the household division of labor. Typically, most women resolve the quandary by placing a higher priority on gendered behavior. To explain the moral rationales that women use to prioritize...
This article delineates the contribution of gender, race, ethnicity, marital, and parental status to the feminization of poverty. Its analysis of recent published and unpublished census data suggests that gender, race, and ethnicity strongly affect poverty rates. However, parenthood interacts...
This article uses the concept of family discourse to investigate the systematic structuring of social relations surrounding parents' gendered—often unequal—family responsibilities and practices. Drawing on data from in-depth interviews with parents of young children in dual-earner families,...
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