She Works/he Works: How Two-income Families are Happy, Healthy, and Thriving
Harvard University Press, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 260 pages
Readable and challenging, this four-year study of three hundred middle-class and working-class couples debunks the myth of the overwrought working mother with her insensitive husband and neglected children. Drawing on extensive cross-disciplinary research, Rosalind Barnett and Caryl Rivers argue that "collaborative couples," busy as they are, thrive in their diverse roles, and inspire competence and confidence in their children.
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SHE WORKS/HE WORKS: How Two-Income Families Are Happier, Healthier and Better-OffUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A significant and unabashedly optimistic assessment of two- income families, expressed in lively, straightforward prose. The stressed-out, harried working wife and mother so often reported in the ... Read full review