Mothers’ work-family strain in single and couple parent families: The role of job characteristics and supports.

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Activity Description: 

This PowerPoint presentation by Jennifer Baxter and Michael Alexander of the Australian Institute of Family Studies was presented at the 2007 Australian Social Policy Conference in Sydney, Australia. It details the key findings from research based on a longitudinal study of Australian children in 2004. It is a comparative study that focuses on single versus coupled mothers’ work-family strain based on job characteristics, demographics/family characteristics, and availability of supports.

To access this presentation (PDF), please visit:
http://www.aifs.gov.au/institute/pubs/papers/2007/baxter-alexander-sprc.pdf

For more information on the Australian Institute of Family Studies, please visit: http://www.aifs.gov.au/institute/

Activity Source: 

Baxter, J., & Alexander, M. (2007, July). Mothers’ work-family strain in single and couple parent families: The role of job characteristics and supports. Paper presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference, Sydney, Australia.