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Challenges and Supports for Employed Parents of Children and Youth with Special Needs  

Eileen Brennan, Julie Rosenzweig, Pauline Jivanjee, and Lisa M. Stewart

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Jul 2016
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Apr 2015
Parents raising children and youth with special needs due to disability or compromised physical or mental health often find the exceptional care they provide results in caregiver strain ... More

Child Outcomes Associated with Parent Work–Family Experiences  

Eunae Cho and Lindsay Ciancetta

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Jul 2016
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Apr 2015
This chapter provides a critical synthesis of the literature on the relationship between parent work family experiences and child outcomes. The chapter begins by introducing a ... More

Emerging Adults and Work: A Model of Phase-Adequate Engagement  

Julia Dietrich and Katariina Salmela-Aro

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Nov 2015
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Nov 2014
The transition from education to work is a key developmental task of emerging adulthood. In this chapter, the authors approach this transition from an engagement perspective, presenting a ... More

The Work and Family Interface  

Tammy D. Allen

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Jul 2012
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Sep 2012
Work and family constitute a contemporary topic within the field of industrial and organizational psychology that traverses disciplinary boundaries and has important implications for both ... More

Work and Work Migration Within and Across Countries in Emerging and Young Adulthood  

Barbara Schneider, Guan K. Saw, and Michael Broda

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Apr 2015
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Oct 2014
Across the globe, most young people aged 15 through their early 20s work, primarily in positions that are short-term, part-time, low-pay, and low-skilled. Because work is such an enduring ... More

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