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Lane Abby, August 2019
Reports & Papers

As the nature of work in the United States has shifted toward an economy that demands work outside of traditional hours, it is increasingly important to understand the implications of nonstandard work schedules for work-family balance. This…

Jacobs Anna W., Hill Terrence D., Tope Daniel, O'Brien Laureen K., July-August 2016
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Objective: Although studies suggest that employment promotes mental health, it is unclear whether this pattern extends to low-income urban women with children who are disproportionately employed in unstable jobs and often unable to obtain child care…
de Leon Siantz Mary Lou, Smith M. Shelton, 1994
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study on whether psychological factors of migrant Mexican American parents influence the behavioral, social and intelligence development of their children