time allocation, gender, class, family time
Many Americans say they do not spend enough time with their families. Social changes such as increased productivity expectations in the workplace and the movement of mothers into the paid labor force have added to the feeling that family time is scarce. Time is perceived to be an extremely rare commodity in the U.S., and families desire to spend more of it together.
Original Publication Citation
Dew, J. P. (2007). Do you have the time? Changes in and implications of spouses' time together.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Dew, Jeffrey P., "Do you have the time? Changes in and implications of spouses' time together" (2007). Faculty Publications. 4554.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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