Anna L. Riley

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Using the American Changing Lives Survey, a nationally representative sample of adults residing in the United States, this research examines housewives' subjective evaluations of their housework and the subjective evaluations of paid employment among three groups of married women--professionals, sales-clerical, and service-blue collar wives. A major goal(More)
A large body of research on African Americans and self-esteem has focused on factors that contribute to self-esteem. However, most studies have utilized samples of children or adolescents rather than adults. Although studies of children and adolescents provide important insights about sources of self-esteem for African Americans, this research has examined(More)
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