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The Resource The road winds uphill all the way : gender, work, and family in the United States and Japan, Myra H. Strober and Agnes Miling Kaneko Chan, (electronic resource)

The road winds uphill all the way : gender, work, and family in the United States and Japan, Myra H. Strober and Agnes Miling Kaneko Chan, (electronic resource)

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The road winds uphill all the way : gender, work, and family in the United States and Japan
Title
The road winds uphill all the way
Title remainder
gender, work, and family in the United States and Japan
Statement of responsibility
Myra H. Strober and Agnes Miling Kaneko Chan
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
HD4904.25
LC item number
.S87 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
The road winds uphill all the way : gender, work, and family in the United States and Japan, Myra H. Strober and Agnes Miling Kaneko Chan, (electronic resource)
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The road winds uphill all the way : gender, work, and family in the United States and Japan, Myra H. Strober and Agnes Miling Kaneko Chan, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [233]-268) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Education
  • Occupations of the Graduates
  • Employment Status
  • Commitment to Paid Work
  • What Influences the Earnings of the Graduates?
  • Theories About Earnings
  • The Graduates' Earnings Compared with Those of Their Contemporaries
  • The Graduates' Earnings and Hours Employed
  • Determinants of Earnings
  • Gender Differences in Earnings
  • The Stanford--Todai Comparison
  • Decomposition of the Gender Earnings Differential
  • How Did the Graduates Combine Career and Marriage?
  • Couples' Decisions About Combining Work and Family: A Theoretical Framework
  • Combining Two Careers
  • Women Who Became Full-Time Homemakers
  • Who Is Responsible for Doing Household Tasks?
  • Satisfaction with Household Task Arrangements
  • Bargaining Power, Hours of Paid Work, and Household Task Arrangements in Two-Earner Couples
  • The Relationship Between Household Task Arrangements, Number of Hours of Paid Work, and Earnings
  • Egalitarian, Traditional, and "Hybrid" Families
  • Japanese and U.S. Labor Markets for University Graduates
  • Occupational Differences
  • How Did the Graduates Care for Their Children?
  • Employment Status of Graduates Who Were Parents
  • Legal Commitments to Gender Equity in the Labor Market in the United States and Japan
  • Higher Education in Japan and the United States
  • Tokyo University and Stanford University
  • The Women and Men of Stanford and Todai: Survey Procedures, Demographics, Educational Attainment, Occupations, and Employment
  • Surveying the Graduates
  • Demographics of the Graduates
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1 online resource (xviii, 276 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780585077512
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(electronic bk.)
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remote

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