work life balance

work life balance



The pursuit of feminine excellence
Angela Miceli | 06 December 2013 |
tags: contraception, feminism, motherhood, women's careers
Loving motherhood does not exclude professional success.


Feminism through the life cycle
Nicole M. King | 05 July 2013 |
tags: Betty Friedan, feminism, work-life balance
Women bought into a mystique that left them even more alone and conflicted in their pursuit of fulfilment.


“Servants”
Francis Phillips | 25 June 2013 |
tags: book reviews, servants, work
In 1900 there were 1.5 million female servants at work in Britain. How did that vanished world work?


Film exposes ambiguities of workplace bullying
Izzy Kalman | 28 January 2013 |
tags: bullying, work
Why was the media so quick to jump to conclusions after a tragic suicide at the University of Virginia?


Blasts from the past
R. J. Stove | 20 July 2012 |
tags: Australia, authors, writing
An Aussie non-fiction apprenticeship way back when


Enough of parenting misery lit
Mariette Ulrich | 12 April 2012 |
tags: parenting, work-life balance
Raising kids is not a Sunday stroll in the park, but if you never get there, whose fault is it?


Married couples need to date too
William West | 16 February 2012 |
tags: divorce, marriage, relationships
New research shows that married couples need to date regularly if they want to avoid the divorce courts.


The team and the star
Max Torres | 17 October 2011 |
tags: baseball, business ethics, management
The 2010 winner of the World Series, the San Francisco Giants, acquired superstar Carlos Beltran and sank like a stone. Why?


Ten policies for renewing family life
Phillip Longman | 17 October 2011 |
tags: demographic dividend, economics, family
The state of the family in many advanced societies is unsustainable. Which public policies could reverse this decline?


Spanish mothers, families and children’s happiness
Carolyn Moynihan | 20 September 2011 |
tags: child wellbeing, family values, materialism
A UNICEF report throws more light than it intends on problems in British family life.


It’s not all sweet for kids in Sweden
David Quinn | 16 September 2011 |
tags: consumerism, parenting, work-life balance
A UN report on British children makes Sweden sound like family heaven. Is it?


Home truths for a liberal society
Sergio Belardinelli | 04 August 2011 |
tags: democracy, family, liberalism
The family is the place where society nurtures the values essential for an ordered civic life.


The family-centred economy
Allan Carlson | 03 August 2011 |
tags: economics, family, Moscow Demographic Summit 2011
Stronger families means larger families which reclaim many of the functions that have been lost in modern times, says a leading family scholar.


If only Mozart had lived in Greece
Carolyn Moynihan | 07 July 2011 |
tags: health, Mozart, sun
Did the musical genius die from a deficit of sunlight?


Household economics 101: human capital
Michael-Burkhard Piorkowsky | 07 June 2011 |
tags: economics, housework, human capital
If other social institutions had to perform the tasks of the home, society would immediately collapse.


The bride who was groomed for a career
Lea Singh | 13 March 2011 |
tags: feminism, marriage, motherhood
Growing up, I wish I'd heard more about the roles of wife and mother. An Ivy League mom's lament.


Between women and feminism, a yawning gap
Carolyn Moynihan | 08 March 2011 |
tags: feminism, marriage, motherhood
International Women's Day would rouse some enthusiasm if it were addressing the right questions.


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