Österreich Z Soziol (2018) 43:99–103 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11614-018-0285-y REZENSIONEN M. Beham-Rabanser · K. Binner © Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature 2018 Liebig, Brigitte/Oechsle, Mechthild (eds.) (2017): Fathers in work organiza- tions: inequalities and capabilities, rationalities and politics. Opladen: Barbara Budrich. 400 pp, 34.90 C Brandth, Berit/Halrynjo, Signota/Kvande, Elin (eds.) (2017): Work-family dy- namics: competing logics of regulation, economy and morals. London/New York: Routledge. 228 pp, 87.03 C Studying reconciling work and family life is nothing new. Since the very begin- ning of gender and family research, work-family conﬂicts have become one of the most elaborated objects of research (Rapoport and Rapoport 1965). However, cur- rent changes in equality policies, increasing claims for parenthood and rising work demands challenge this area of research. New dynamics in society and scientiﬁc discourse make it worth dealing with two recent books on work-family conﬂicts and parental practices. The ﬁrst book we want to discuss is Work-Family Dynamics: Competing Logics of Regulation, Economy and Morals. This is the outcome of an international research network based on a research project by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim and the Institute for Social Research in Oslo. The volume intends to offer
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