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Index

Acker, J. 212

Adkins, L. 67

attitudes 20

   and behaviour 52–3, 184

    congruent liberal 154, 159

    congruent traditional 154, 159

   change in 44–5

   gender variations in 203

   inconsistent 154, 159

   to family and gender roles 43–4, 153, 173

    and happiness 156, 157–8, 159, 210

    national variations in 144

   to women's employment 173, 176–7, 205

    mothers' 176

    national variations in 176

    scale 173

   see also couple work arrangements, impact of attitudes on, class, attitudinal variations in

banking 67–74

Beck, U. 49, 59, 114, 199

   and Beck-Gernsheim, E. 166

Beveridge Report 40

Bottero, W. 60, 164, 165, 191

Bourdieu, P. 166

Brandth, B. 144

Braverman, H. 4

Brazil 195

Britain 26, 92–3, 95, 105, 128, 133, 135, 170, 190, 197, 202, 214, 216

   ‘Employment in Britain’ survey 95, 110, 180

   hours of work 118

bureaucracy 4, 21, 22, 64

   and gender 65–6

   see also careers, bureaucratic

capitalism

   development of 18

   and women 2

care 124, see also work, caring

careers 4, 5, 21–3, 62, 75, 76, 82, 108

   aspirations 77, 80

   bureaucratic 68

   men's 69, 112

   ‘portfolio’ 62

   women's 22–3, 64–7

   working-class 82, 181

   see also promotion

Castells, M. 7, 14, 85

childcare 122, 123, 128, 129, 182, 183, 184, 187, 213

choice 9, 10, 18, 49, 60, 89, 168, 182, 201, 202

   women's employment and 13, 78, 123, 170, 202

citizenship 118–19, 135

class 17–21, 125, 164

   and education 165–6

   and employment 45, 54–5, 64

   and the family 165

   and promotion 68

   and teenage pregnancy 168, 171, 181

   attitudinal variations in 51, 53, 56–7, 177, 179, 186, 205

   conceptualisation of 164

   consciousness 18, 20, 185

   employment aggregate approach 19, 164

   inequality 42, 178, 197, 206, 211

   mothers' employment and 177, 178, 183

   schemes 45

   ‘underclass’ 182

   see also job satisfaction, class variation in; culture of poverty

comparative research 24–5, 208

   case-oriented 25–6

   variable-oriented 24–5

Conservative government 42, 59

Crouch, C. 3, 13

cultural capital 165

culture 10, 18, 20, 21, 22, 67, 191

   context 191

   ‘cultural turn’ 8, 9, 20, 66, 201

   national 126, 127

   of poverty 182

   organisational 67, 84, 63, 113, 199

Devine, F. 164

Dex, S. 87, 106, 109

discrimination

   in employment 65

   in organisations 64

   see also equal opportunity

division of labour 22, 123

   domestic 37, 74, 126, 140–2, 151, 208–10

    theories of 140–1

    national variations in 145–7, 148–9, 152, 160

    index 147

   ‘male breadwinner’ 2–3, 6, 8, 15, 19, 36, 39, 40, 59, 167

divorce 39, 41

domestic employees/employment 194–8, 210

   migrant 195, 196, 197, 198

   national variations in 196, 197

Drago, R. 113

Du Gay, P. 63, 86, 200

Duncan, S. 12–13, 50, 51, 184

employment

   change in 62, 63, 199

   mothers' 45, 53, 74–6, 123, 152

   part-time 72, 75, 77, 80, 94, 117, 129, 130, 171, 172

   relationship 97, 99

   women's 12–13, 15, 19, 39, 41, 42, 44, 63, 92, 120, 121

   see also class, mothers employment and; class and employment; work, service sector

equal opportunity 45, 58, 65, 69, 76, 85, 151

   equal pay 41

Esping-Andersen, G. 15, 92, 119, 121–4, 128, 136

   feminist critique of 120–1

Europe 94, 104, 121, 135

Evans, J. 91, 105

Fagan, C. 118

family 143

   and caring 135, 136

   changes in 6–7

   dual earner 186, 198, 206, 212, 216

   industrialisation and 32–8

   middle class 33, 165, 205

   ‘modern’ theories of 31–2

   responsibilities 14, 22

   wage 36–7

   working class 34, 167

   see also class and the family; individualisation and the family

feminism, feminist 6, 15, 16, 39, 41, 60, 125, 206

   conservative 142, 157

   state 125, 156; see also state, ‘woman-friendly’

   see also Esping-Andersen, G., feminist critique of

fertility 37–8, 166, 169, 205

Finland 129, 132, 134, 174

   see also Nordic states

flexibility, flexible employment 4–5, 7, 68, 87, 91, 92, 97, 98, 99, 108, 198, 213, 217

Fordism 3, 4, 6, 14, 15, 62

France 95, 129, 130, 133, 134, 143, 148, 149, 153, 155, 208

Fraser, N. 136, 191, 192

Freeman, R. B. 91

Fukuyama, F. 142

Gallie, D. 124, 133

gender

   contract 14, 121

   equality 122, 124, 126–7, 136, 150, 166, 187, 193, 195, 201, 207, 211,

   essentialism 142, 156, 203

   normative assumptions and 125

   relations 16, 192, 198

   see also equal opportunity; bureaucracy; women

Gershuny, J. 144

Giddens, A. 9, 11

globalisation 96, 121, 135, 198

Glover, J. 52

Glucksmann, M. 17, 190, 192

Goldthorpe, J. H. 24

Gornick, J. C. 91, 92, 182, 207–8, 209, 212

Gottfried, H. 66

Gregory, A. 150

Grimshaw, D. 83

Hakim, C. 11–12, 27, 49, 51, 53, 122, 170–1, 174, 184, 203

Halford, S. 66, 72, 86

Handy, C. B. 62

Hills, J. 214, 215

Himmelweit, S. 52

Hochschild, A. 109–10, 196

Hojgaard, L. 112

household

   couple work arrangements 101–2, 156, 171, 178

    determinants of 174

    impact of attitudes on 173, 175

    national variations in 193

   employment variations in 46–7,

   income 47

   working time 94

housework 141, 145

   conflict over 158–9

   see also division of labour, domestic; domestic employees

Hyatt, D. 113

identity, identities 8, 14

   employment and 199

   gender 67, 201

   see also class, consciousness

ideology

   of domesticity 14, 18, 34, 67, 123, 187, 201

   ‘separate spheres’ 15, 16, 33, 35, 49, 189

   see also division of labour, male breadwinner

individualisation, individuation 8–10, 11, 14, 18, 49, 63, 76, 164, 166, 185, 199, 202

   and the family 166–8, 169, 201

   entrepreneurship of the self 200, 201

   sufficiency 186

inequality 125, 135, 185, 195

   cultural explanations of 185

   income 91, 212

   see also culture of poverty

International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) 23

Irwin, S. 56, 60, 164, 165, 167, 191

job satisfaction 56, 180

   class variation in 180–1

Kanter, R. M. 65

Keynesianism 40

Korpi, W. 125–7, 128, 134, 206

Kvande, E. 144

Labour government 39

   ‘New Labour’ 104, 215, 216

Lee, E. 167

Lewis, Jane 7, 16, 85, 124

Lewis, Suzan 107, 113

male breadwinner see division of labour

management

   ‘high commitment’ 63, 67, 70, 82, 87, 97, 106, 110, 124, 192

marketised reproductive work see domestic employees

marriage bar 39, 41

Marshall, B. 118

Marx, K. 18

McDowell, L. 66, 181

McRae, S. 51, 204

men

   and domestic work 74, 122, 142, 146, 209

   hours of work 74, 210

   paternity leave 144

Meyers, M. K. 91, 92, 182, 207–8, 209, 212

Moen, P. 101, 111, 171, 192

motherhood 50

   single mothers 177

   teenage 168

   see also class, mothers' employment and; employment, mothers'

neo-liberalism 5, 12–13, 14, 20, 42, 60, 96, 103, 112, 117, 127, 137, 199, 200, 211, 213

Nolan, P. 62

Nordic (Scandinavian) countries 123, 126, 127, 128, 133, 143, 148, 152, 160, 194

   see also Finland, Norway

norms, normative 147, 164, 205

   theories of domestic labour 140

   see also attitudes; class, attitudinal variations in

Norway 129, 132, 134, 144, 174, 183

   see also Nordic countries

Nussbaum, M. C. 13

O'Connor, J. 14, 120

occupational segregation 6, 36, 123

organisation

   changes in 84

   see also culture, organisational; discrimination in organisations

Orloff, A. S. 125

overtime 97, 98, 99

parenting 48

patriarchy 15, 32, 56

Pfau-Effinger, B. 190

Pickvance, C. 183

Polanyi, K. 2, 114, 191, 217

Portugal 95, 130, 143, 144, 145, 153, 176, 183, 197, 208, 209, 211

postmodernism, postmodernity 8, 14, 191

preference groups 13, 170, 203

privatisation 96

production regimes 116–7

promotion 69–70, 72, 73, 80, 82, 107, 201

   and managerial women 80

   and routine and manual men 81

   see also class and promotion

Purcell, K. 87

Ragin, C. 24

Rake, K. 92

reflexive modernity 164

retail 67–74

Rubery, J. 97

Savage, M. 64

Seccombe, W. 34–5

Sennett, R. 6, 85, 192

Sevenhuijsen, S. 17

Shaver, S. 14, 120

Sigala, M. 52

Skeggs, B. 55

Soskice, D. 116

state

   and the family 103, 112, 143, 194

   impact of policies 186, 207

   welfare 15, 91, 119

   ‘woman-friendly’ 15, 143

   see also welfare regimes

total social organisation of labour 17–21, 58, 86, 189

   national variations in 190

United States 91–2, 127, 128, 133, 135, 144, 176, 215, 216

Wacjman, J. 72, 85

Warren, T. 47

Weber, M. 64

welfare regimes 15–16, 119–20, 125, 128, 207

   conservative (corporatist) 119, 126, 211

   familialistic see family and caring

   liberal 104, 119, 126, 144, 167, 214

   universalist (social democratic) 120, 144

welfare state see state, welfare

White, M. 110

Williams, J. C. 34, 142, 161

Windebank, J. 151

women

   qualification levels 42

   see also employment, women's; gender

work

   caring 13, 16, 17, 55, 56, 85, 89, 189, 191–2

    commodification of 191, 194

   culturalisation of 63

   intensification 95–7, 99, 108, 124

   service sector 63, 76, 81, 83, 200

   see also domestic employees

working hours 76, 79, 93–5, 98, 100, 118, 122, 127, 131, 139, 201, 218

   household 140, 207

   and work–life conflict 102–3, 134

working time regimes 116, 171

   national variations in 172

work–life articulation 78, 90, 94, 104, 127, 131, 185, 199, 211

 class variations in 169

work–life ‘balance’ 7, 78, 91, 217

   careers and 76–84

work–life conflict 78, 80, 130, 161, 208

   and domestic division of labour 149

   class differences in 79

   national variations in 132

   scale 79

work–life policies

   employer 68, 105–6, 109–10, 200, 213

    ‘business case’ 109

    employee use of 107–8

   statutory 112


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