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The Resource Starting in our own backyards : how working families can build community and survive the new economy, Ann Bookman, (electronic resource)

Starting in our own backyards : how working families can build community and survive the new economy, Ann Bookman, (electronic resource)

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Starting in our own backyards : how working families can build community and survive the new economy
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Starting in our own backyards
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how working families can build community and survive the new economy
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Ann Bookman
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eng
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Starting in our own backyards : how working families can build community and survive the new economy, Ann Bookman, (electronic resource)
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Starting in our own backyards : how working families can build community and survive the new economy, Ann Bookman, (electronic resource)
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Contents
New terrain for work and family : making the community connection -- How friendly is the family-friendly workplace? : a look at the biotech industry -- All in the family : it's not a private affair -- Community as a starting point : place and participation -- More than roads and bridges -- Childcare and other building blocks of civil society -- The PTA is not the problem -- Not by bread alone -- The trials of a full-time working mom : or how I became a part-time worker and a part-time community activist -- From backyards to corporate boardrooms and beyond : all stakeholders welcome -- The call of community : vocation and avocation
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xiii, 306 p.
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  • online
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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