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The Marital Construction of Gender Through Work and Family Decisions: A Qualitative Analysis
In examining factors relating to how married couples make work and family decisions, we discovered that gender and marriages are constructed and, in turn, reconstructed through the decisions couplesExpand
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Supporting Siblings of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Research studies have shown the importance of early intervention services for young children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families. However, most attention has been given to theExpand
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Problems and strengths of single-parent families: Implications for practice and policy.
Using qualitative interview data from a study of 60 single-parent mothers and 1 1 single-parent fathers, this paper examines family problems and strengths identified by these parents. With theExpand
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Influence Strategies Used When Couples Make Work-Family Decisions and Their Importance for Marital Satisfaction
How marital partners influence each other when facing work and family decisions is the focus of this article. The 1980s were the first time in American history that more women, wives, and mothersExpand
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Remarriage
Abstract Marriage is a desired state by most Americans. This belief extends to those who have had a marriage fail. Much of the increase in divorce and remarriage in the last twenty years can beExpand
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Remarriage: For Love or Money?
Marriage is a desired state by most Americans. This belief extends to those who have had a marriage fail. Much of the increase in divorce and remarriage in the last twenty years can be attributed toExpand
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From Marginalized to Mainstreamed: The HEART Project Empowers the Homeless.
The poor have traditionally been isolated from the mainstream of American society. Historically, they have been sequestered in ghettos, skid rows, and poor neighborhoods, as well as institutionalizedExpand
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Concerns of Newcomer and Longtime Residents in Nonmetropolitan Idaho Communities: Does the "Gangplank" Theory Apply to Older Populations?
The purpose of this study was to examine the level of concern indicated by older people regarding issues of growth and change, based on whether they were newcomers to their community or longtimeExpand
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