Berkeley CWF Working and Occasional Papers

 

BERKELEY CENTER FOR WORKING FAMILIES

WORKING AND OCCASIONAL PAPERS

WORKING PAPERS

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  1. The Commodity Frontier; (Arlie Russell Hochschild), 2002
  2. Pick-Up Time at Oakdale Elementary School: Work and Family from the Vantage Points of Children; (Barrie Thorne), 1999
  3. Mothering and Motherhood: A Decade Review; (Teresa Arendell), 1999
  4. Children, Work and Family: Some Thoughts on "Mother Blame"; (Anita Garey and Teresa Arendell), 1999
  5. The Meaning of Food to Kids in Working Families; (Elaine Bell Kaplan), 1999
  6. Sheltering and Shielding Care; (Andrea Altschuler), 1999
  7. Parental Strategies for Increasing Child Well-Being: the Case of Elementary School Choice; (Sally Woodhouse), 1999
  8. Gendered Ideologies and Strategies: The Negotiations of the Household Division of Labor Among Middle-Class South Asian American Families; (Sheba M. George), 1999
  9. Hegemonic Motherhood: Deviancy Discourses and Employed Mothers' Accounts of Out-of-School Time Issues; (Teresa Arendell), 1999
  10. 'I Raised My Kids on the Bus': Transit Shift Workers' Coping Strategies for Parenting; (Blanche Grosswald), 1999
  11. Too Old for Child Care? Too Young for Self-Care?: Negotiations Between Preteens and Their Employed Parents; (M. Rivka Polatnick), 1999
  12. Now Serving Advancement Possibilities: The Time-Pressured Work and Family Lives of Middle-Class Managers of Fast-Food Restaurants; (Julio Juan Cammarota), 1999
  13. Work as Family: The Workplace as Repository of Women's Unmet Emotional Needs; (Ilene Philipson), 2000
  14. The Culture of Concern and Family: Economy Among Working Latino Youth; (Julio Jan Cammarota), 2000
  15. Three Dimensional Families: Public, Private and Social Life Among San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Teenagers and Their Parents; (Christopher Davidson), 2000
  16. 'Soccer Moms' and the New Care Work; (Teresa Arendell), 2000
  17. Cultures of Complaint in Japan and the United States; (Scott North), 2000
  18. The Time Bind and God's Time; (Claude Fischer, Michael Hout, and Nancy Latham), 2000
  19. Contours of Childhood: Social Class Differences in Children's Daily Lives; (Annette Lareau), 2000  Abstract only
  20. The Multiple Meanings of Time Binds: Time as a Window on Solidarity in Five Jewish Families; (Christopher Davidson), 2000
  21. Subcontracting Filial Piety: Elder Care in Dual-Earner Chinese Immigrant Households in the Bay Area; (Pei-Chia Lan), 2001
  22. In Search of Personal Care; (Chris Wellin and Dale Jaffe), 2001  Abstract only
  23. Conscious Decisions, Unconscious Paths: Pregnancy and the Importance of Work for Women in Management; (Lindy Fursman), 2001
  24. Usable Pasts: Caregiving as a Public, Physical Matter; (Marta Gutman), 2001
  25. Seeking and Giving Emotional Care: When is Marriage a Safe Haven for Working Parents?; (Elina O. Alexandrov), 2001
  26. The Struggle to Care: Negotiating Family and Medical Leave Rights in the Workplace; (Catherine Albiston), 2001
  27. Class Contingencies in Networks of Care for School-Aged Children; (Karen V. Hansen), 2001
  28. When Is a Doll More Than a Doll?: Selling Toys as Reassurance for Maternal and Class Anxiety; (Allison J. Pugh), 2001
  29. Universal Programs and Unintended Divisions: A Case Study of After-School Program Legislation; (Anita Ilta Garey), 2001
  30. Among Women: Migrant Domestics and their Taiwanese Employers across Generations; (Pei-Chia Lan), 2001
  31. Friendship Networks and Care; (E. Kay Trimberger), 2001
  32. Adopted Homes for Yesterday's Children: Constructing Care in Oakland, California; (Marta Gutman), 2001
  33. Staging Reciprocity and Mobilizing Networks in Working Families; (Karen V. Hansen), 2001  Abstract only
  34. Ideologies of Motherhood and Experiences of Work: Pregnant Women in Management and Professional Careers; (Lindy Fursman), 2002
  35. Kin-and-Friends as "Shadow Firms" in Silicon Valley: Rethinking Coase and the Nature of the Firm; (Alesia Montgomery), 2002  Abstract only
  36. Engineering Consent: Overwork and Anxiety at a High-Tech Firm; (Ofer Sharone), 2002
  37. Quantity Time: Do Children Want More Time with Their Full-Time Employed Parents?; (M. Rivka Polatnick), 2002
  38. Ideologies of Class, Motherhood, and Work: The Subject of the Working Mother Viewed Through the Lens of Welfare Reform; (Anna C. Korteweg), 2002
  39. From 'Compensation' to 'Childhood Wonder': Why Parents Buy; (Allison J. Pugh), 2002
  40. Project Time in Silicon Valley; (Johanna Shih), 2002
  41. Escape Mechanism: Women, Caretaking, and Compulsive Machine Gambling; (Natasha Dow Schull), 2002
  42. Child Management in Middle-Class Families in the Early Twentieth Century: Reconsidering Fatherhood in a New Context; (Caroline M. Hinkle), 2002
  43. From Filial Piety to Religious Piety: The Immigrant Church Reconstructing Taiwanese Immigrant Families and Parent-Child Relations; (Carolyn Chen), 2002 Abstract only
  44. Facilitating or Resisting: Patterns of Satisfaction and Spousal Attitudes in the Family Life of Highly Educated Workers; (April C. Gilbert), 2002
  45. Changing Fatherhood in the 21st Century: Incentives and Disincentives for Involved Parenting; (Anastasia H. Prokos), 2002
  46. Family-Friendly as a Double-Edged Sword: Lesson from the 'Lactation-Friendly' Workplace; (Orit Avishai Bentovim), 2002
  47. "No Room. No Pay. No Time." Teachers' Work in a Time of Expanding Roles: A Contribution to Overwork Theory; (Lora Bartlett), 2002
  48. Concepts of Care in After-school Programs: Protection, Instruction, and Containment; (Anita Ilta Garey), 2002
  49. He Doesn't Realize That He Has To Be A Parent As Well As Someone Who Brings Home the Money': Boys Talk about Their Parents' Paid and Unpaid Labor; (Cheri Jo Pascoe), 2002
  50. Bringing The Second Shift to Work; (Ilene Philipson), 2002
  51. A Stop at the End of the Bus Line: Nannies, Children, and the Language of Care; (Patricia Baquedano-Lopez), 2002
  52. Scheduling, Worrying, and Stepping Up: Working Parents' Strategies for Providing Care to Middle-School Children; (Elaine Bell Kaplan and Christopher Davidson), 2002
  53. 'Better Than Your Mother': Caring Labor In Luxury Hotels; (Rachel Sherman), 2002
  54. "Religious Conversion as Women's Liberation from the Family: The Case of Taiwanese Immigrant Women"; (Carolyn Chen), 2002  Abstract only
  55. "Ethnic Identity, Bounded Solidarity, and the Formation of Immigrant Networks of Care"; (Johanna Shih), 2002
  56. Under Siege: Construction and Care at the Fannie Wall Children's Home and Day Nursery; (Marta Gutman), 2002
  57. In the Shadow of Columbine: Working Parents Rethink their Strategies for Raising Teenagers; (Elaine Bell Kaplan), 2002  Abstract only
  58. Clock Time versus Story Time: Narrative Dimensions of Care for the Fragile Self; (Chris Wellin and Dale J. Jaffe), 2002  Abstract only

OCCASIONAL PAPERS

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  1. Care and Freedom; (Uma S. Devi), 2000
  2. Toward a Sociology of (Gendered) Disgust: Perceptions of the Organic Body and the Organization of Care Work; (Lise Isaksen), 2000
  3. Historical, Cultural, and Emotional Meanings: Interviews with Young Girls in Three Generations; (Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen), 2001
  4. Children's Perspectives on the Meaning of Money in Postdivorce Families; (Mette Haugen), 2001

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