More Equal Than Others: Women and Men in Dual-career Marriages

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By placing the dual-career marriage in its economic and social context, More Equal Than Others goes beyond the media image of dual-career couples as self-sufficient units and compels the reader to confront the dilemmas and possibilities of modern marriages.
 

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More equal than others: women and men in dual-career marriages

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In studying dual-career couples in the corporate world, Hertz (Sociology, Wellesley) examines several important questions. What does the relative economic equality of these couples mean to their ... Read full review

Contents

The New Modern Couple?
1
His Work Her Work
29
Money Makes a Difference
84
Decisions Strategies
114
Helping Hands
147
Implications
196
Methodology
215
References
227
Index
239
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