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Care, gender and employment: changing times, changing methods

Moss, Peter and Mooney, Ann and O'Connell, Rebecca and Statham, June (2014) Care, gender and employment: changing times, changing methods. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 17 (2). pp. 173-181. ISSN 1364-5579. DOI UNSPECIFIED

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major research studies: the Day Care Project in the 1980s; the study of Four Generation Families at the turn of the millennium; the Care Careers Project in the mid 2000s; and, most recently, Fathers across Three Generations and the Food Practices and Employed Families with Younger Children studies. This article offers an overview of the studies, situating them in their particular historical contexts and the important economic and social changes that have taken place in these contexts. It shows how the theme of the relationship between care, gender and employment has run through all five studies, and also how two complementary themes – intergenerational relationships and the role of fathers – have gained increased prominence, as has the concept of time particularly across the life course. It examines how Julia’s approach to researching the relationship between care and employment has changed over the course of the studies, including evolving conceptualisations and time frames and the introduction and use of new methods.

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Depositing User: Atira Pure
Date Deposited: 22 Sep 2014 07:49
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