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Minding the Time in Family Experience (Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research, 3)

Опубликовано на портале: 28-11-2006
Изд-во: Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research, 3, 2001, 440 с.
We are directed to "mind the time" on occasions when diligence to the clock is important. However, to deliberately invoke "mind your time" is to remember how quickly time, and the clock which serves as its agent, can so quickly recede into the mundane and taken for granted parts of our lives. The experience of time in families can both permeate all activities but nevertheless be hidden. The papers in this volume, representing a range of disciplines (history, sociology, psychology, family therapy, leisure studies, family science) intentionally foreground the way that time shapes everyday family worlds. Each chapter offers different insights into the way that we conceptualize time including analyses of pace, rhythm, negotiation, politics, timetables, schedules, social interaction and support. The meaning of time is illustrated through analyses of a variety of family issues including father involvement, infertility, work and family, mothering and care work, housework, family time, single parent families, family life education and gender. This volume will be of interest to scholars in a wide range of disciplines who are interested in expanding their theoretical and empirical understanding of time in families.

Minding the time: toward a theoretical expansion of time in families (K. Daly).

Theoretical and Historical Perspectives on Time.
Never enough time: some paradoxes of modern family time(s) (J. Gillis). Time bound (J. Sprey). Forward into yesterday: families and work in the 21st century (S. MacDermid et al.).

Time in the Diversity of Family Experiences.
Mother's time in two-parent and one-parent families: the daily organization of work, time for oneself and parenting of adolescents (R. Larson). Living in time: multiple timetables in couples' experiences of infertility and its treatment (A. Martin Matthews, D.R. Matthews). The ebb and flow of family life: how families experience being together and apart (A.M. Zvonkovic et al.).

Time as a Contested Domain in Families: Gender Dynamics.
The new care work of middle class mothers: managing childrearing, employment and time (T. Arendell). Time and paternal involvement (J. Pleck, J.L. Stueve). Controlling time in families: patterns that sustain gendered work in the home (K. Daly). Gendered views of time and time crunch stress: women lawyer's responses to professional and personal demands (J. McKenzie Leiper).

Negotiating Time in Relationships.
The place of time in couple and family therapy (P. Fraenkel). Negotiating time spent in housework in early marriage: tense and non-tense discussions (J. Pittman, P. Otto).

The Pursuit of Time for Family and Leisure.
Gendered time: leisure in family life (M. Harrington). Social support, constraints and time for physical activity involvement: perspectives of American Indian women from the Cultural Activity Participation Study (K. Henderson et al.). Protecting and enhancing family time: challenges, strategies and implications for family life educators (K. McGarraugh Jones).