Session 142:
Work Schedules and Family Time

Friday, April 16
2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Cumberland J
Exhibition Level

Chair: Shelly J. Lundberg, University of Washington
Discussant: Michelle J. Budig, University of Massachusetts
Discussant: David C. Ribar, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

  1. Time for Children? The Declining Availability of Parents, 1979-2008Liana Fox, Columbia University; Wen-Jui Han, Columbia University; Christopher Ruhm, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Jane Waldfogel, Columbia University

  2. Time for Each Other: Work and Family Constraints among CouplesSarah Flood, University of Minnesota; Katie Genadek, University of Minnesota

  3. Keeping Child Care a Family Affair: Maternal Nonstandard Work Hours and Dual-Earner Couples' Child Care ArrangementsPeter D. Brandon, Carleton College

  4. Nine to Five No More? The Persistence of Nonstandard Work Schedules within FamiliesKatrina M. Leupp, University of Washington; Sabino Kornrich, United States Studies Centre; Julie E. Brines, University of Washington

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