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The influences of both paid and unpaid productive activity outside the home on positive and negative affect among White and Black males and females were examined in this study. Data are from a weighted subsample of those 60 and over from Wave 1 (1986) of the Americans' Changing Lives Panel Study. Multivariate analyses confirm the basic thesis that race and(More)
Basic assumptions about the centrality of individual resources and social context for predicting the productive activities of elders among White men, Black men, White women, and Black women were tested with data from the 1986 Americans' Changing Lives survey (N = 1,644). Multivariate analyses test the assumption that race and gender are critical contexts(More)
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