But as I looked at my data again and again , it became apparent that I did not have a nice , neat picture of a whole cloth composed of work , family , and the other components of a woman's life . Instead , I had focused more on the ...
Author: Carol S. Wharton
Category: Business & Economics
Framing a Domain provides fascinating insights into why women choose to sell real estate and why they have come to dominate the profession. Based on in-depth interviews with women realtors, carried out through the 1990s, Carol Wharton's work places this white-collar service occupation within the larger context of women's lives. It offers a unique case study of the gendered practices that infuse the workplace, and the ways women negotiate these practices to successfully "weave" work with family obligations.
Author: Jeffrey H. GreenhausPublish On: 2016-07-22
Work and Family Cues How an employee frames a decision also depends on cues from the environment. In particular, cues from employees' work and family domains can lead them to frame a work-domain decision as potentially relevant to the ...
Author: Jeffrey H. Greenhaus
Category: Business & Economics
Making Work and Family Work investigates the difficult choices that contemporary employees must face when juggling work and family with a view to identifying the smart choices that all parties involved—society, employers, employees and families—should make to promote greater work–life balance. Leading scholars Jeffrey Greenhaus and Gary Powell begin by identifying the factors that work against an employee’s ability to be effective and satisfied in their work and family roles. From there, they examine a variety of factors that impact the decision-making process that employees and their families can use to enhance employees’ feelings of work-family balance and families’ well-being. Covering a comprehensive set of topics and perspectives, this fascinating book will appeal to upper-level students of human resource management, organizational behavior, industrial/organizational psychology, sociology, and economics, as well as to thoughtful and engaged professionals.
As others have noted (e.g., Kossek et al., 2011), framing and language are powerful for work–family due to underlying inferences ... (2012) showed how cross-domain (i.e., work and family) identities can become intertwined and recursive.
Author: Tammy D. Allen
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Oxford Handbook of Work and Family examines contemporary work-family issues from a variety of important viewpoints. By thoroughly examining where the field has been and where it is heading, this important volume offers razor-sharp reviews of long-standing topics and fresh ideas to move work-family research and practice in new and necessary directions. In providing comprehensive, interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, and cross-national perspectives, Tammy D. Allen and Lillian T. Eby have assembled a world-class team of scholars and practitioners to offer readers cutting-edge information on this rapidly growing area of scientific inquiry. The Handbook also includes reviews of historically under-studied groups and highlights the important role that technology plays in shaping the work-family interface, the potential contribution of neuroscience to better understanding work-family issues, the ways in which work-family scholarship and practice can be enhanced through theoretical perspectives, and the use of social media to translate important research findings to the public. The Oxford Handbook of Work and Family is a roadmap for moving work-family scholarship forward, while also providing rich descriptive accounts of how major organizations have been able to turn research findings into effective evidence-based policies and practices to help adults better manage both work and family responsibilities.
Discourse and Identity in Four American Families Deborah Tannen, Shari Kendall, Cynthia Gordon ... In 1974, Goffman elucidated the levels and types of framing that constitute everyday interaction; and, in his later work (1981), ...
Author: Deborah Tannen
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Through everyday talk, individuals forge the ties that can make a family. Family members use language to manage a household, create and maintain relationships, and negotiate and reinforce values and beliefs. The studies gathered in Family Talk are based on a unique research project in which four dual-income American families recorded everything they said for a week. Family Talk extends our understanding of family discourse and of how family members construct, negotiate, and enact their identities as individuals and as families. The volume also contributes to the discourse analysis of naturally-occurring interaction and makes significant contributions to theories of framing in interaction. Family Talk addresses issues central to the academic discipline of discourse analysis as well as to families themselves, including decision-making and conflict-talk, the development of gendered family roles, sociability with and socialization of children, the development of social and political beliefs, and the interconnectedness of professional and family life. It provides illuminating insights into the subtleties of family conversation, and will be of interest to scholars and students in sociolinguistics, discourse studies, communications, anthropological linguistics, cultural studies, psychology, and other fields concerned with the language of everyday interaction or family interaction.
Although the work activity is basically unaltered, the different relationships in which it takes place frame how we envision the domain of work to include paid and unpaid labor. Links between work and family life exist at multiple ...
Author: Vern L. Bengtson
Category: Family & Relationships
Sponsored by the National Council on Family Relations, the Sourcebook of Family Theory and Research is the reference work on theory and methods for family scholars and students around the world. This volume provides a diverse, eclectic, and paradoxically mature approach to theorizing and demonstrates how the development of theory is crucial to the future of family research. The Sourcebook reflects an interactive approach that focuses on the process of theory building and designing research, thereby engaging readers in "doing" theory rather than simply reading about it. An accompanying Web site, http://www.ncfr.org/sourcebook, offers additional participation and interaction in the process of doing theory and making science.
To remind the reader, we used the following framing example in Amanda's case. ... Increasing satisfaction in her work, family, and marital domains should contribute significantly to her overall life satisfaction. Relevant Frames Broad ...
Author: M. Joseph Sirgy
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Identifies a set of personal interventions that employees commonly use to increase their work-life balance and life satisfaction.
Some have criticized the “work–family” frame as too narrow in that it neglects other life roles important to individuals, ... in which the role pressures from the work and family domains are mutually incompatible in some respect” (p.
Author: Irving B. Weiner
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Psychology is of interest to academics from many fields, as well as to the thousands of academic and clinical psychologists and general public who can't help but be interested in learning more about why humans think and behave as they do. This award-winning twelve-volume reference covers every aspect of the ever-fascinating discipline of psychology and represents the most current knowledge in the field. This ten-year revision now covers discoveries based in neuroscience, clinical psychology's new interest in evidence-based practice and mindfulness, and new findings in social, developmental, and forensic psychology.
The predictors of work & family role strain are similar for faculty & staff , & for men & women , with one ... ( 2 ) Carol S. Wharton , Framing a Domain for Work and Family : A Study of Women in Residential Real Estate Sales Work ...
Author: Leo P. Chall
CSA Sociological Abstracts abstracts and indexes the international literature in sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. The database provides abstracts of journal articles and citations to book reviews drawn from over 1,800+ serials publications, and also provides abstracts of books, book chapters, dissertations, and conference papers.
Moral education might consist of broadening time frames, person frames, and domains of personal outcomes as much as ... One largely untapped resource for such work in family studies may be feminist theory (Thompson & Walker, 1995).
Author: Marvin B. Sussman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
In a thoroughgoing revision of the first edition of this classic text and reference, published by Plenum in 1987, the editors have assembled a distinguished group of contributors to address such topics as past, present, and future perspectives on family diversity; theory and methods of the family; changing family patterns and roles; the family and other institutions; and family dynamics and processes.
In addition, early research starting to focus on work and family conflict (WFC) was mostly unpublished theses or ... The recent review of WFC research (Chen et al., 2013) used a review frame- work similar to that in several ...
Author: Karen Korabik
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Based on a sweeping, ten country study, The Work-Family Interface in Global Context comprises the most comprehensive and rigorous cross-cultural study of the work-family interface to date. Just as work-family conflict is associated with negative consequences for workers, organizations, and societies, so too can the work and family domains interact positively to enhance or enrich one another. Drawing on qualitative, quantitative, and policy-based data, chapters in this collection explore the influence of culture on the work-family interface in order to help researchers and managers understand the applicability of work-family models in a variety of contexts and further conceptualize work-family interactions through the development of a more universal knowledge. Members of the Project 3535 Team: Karen Korabik, University of Guelph, Canada. Zeynep Aycan, Koç University, Turkey. Roya Ayman, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA. Artiawati, University of Surabaya, Indonesia. Anne Bardoel, Monash University, Australia. Anat Drach-Zahavy, University of Haifa, Israel. Leslie B. Hammer, Portland State University, USA. Ting-Pang Huang, Soochow University, Taiwan. Donna S. Lero, University of Guelph, Canada. Tripti Pande-Desai, New Delhi Institute of Management, India. Steven Poelmans, EADA Business School, Spain. Ujvala Rajadhyaksha, Governors State University, USA. Anit Somech, University of Haifa, Israel. Li Zhang, Harbin Institute of Technology, China.