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Title: The dual worker family in Malta
Authors: Rizzo, Saviour
Keywords: Dual-career families -- Malta
Families -- Malta
Sociology -- Malta
Work and family -- Malta
Married people -- Malta
Work-life balance -- Malta
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: University of Malta. Centre for Labour Studies & Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
Citation: Rizzo, S. (2006). The dual worker family in Malta. Malta: University of Malta. Centre for Labour Studies & Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
Abstract: The lifestyle of the dual worker family is a complex system of work, family and personal roles. the cultural ambivalences bred by the traditional stereotypes of masculinity and femininity together with work practices and policies that have not changed much to accommodate the needs of the dual worker family, add to the complexity. This study is an attempt to tease out the subjective views of married couples in dual worker households about their work-life balance and their perceptions and attitudes that may shape and influence these views about the two-earner family of which they form part.
ISBN: 9993204293
Appears in Collections:Melitensia Works - ERCSSFMW

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