Emerging Adults' Plans for Work and Family : a Freshman-Senior Comparison
Author(s)Byrne, Brittany L.
Camp, Sarah E.
Harris, Heather D.
Contributor(s)Bleske-Rechek, April L.
KeywordsCollege students--Conduct of life--Sex differences
Education, Higher--Social aspects--Surveys
College students--Conduct of life--Surveys
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Social constructionists have argued that sex differences in plans for combining work and family are a manifestation of societal pressures; under this logic, differences between men and women in work-family plans should be ameliorated by progression through four years of a liberal education that emphasizes gender egalitarianism. This study tests this idea.
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