More Equal Than Others: Women and Men in Dual-career Marriages
Rosanna Hertz, Classes of 1919-1950 Reunion Professor of Sociology and Women's and Gender Studies Rosanna Hertz
University of California Press, 1986 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 245 pages
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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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