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01.01 job change/mobility
. . .01.01.01 geographical mobility
. . .01.01.01 mobility of workers
. . .01.01.02 foreign worker
. . .01.01.02 immigration
. . .01.01.02 immigration
. . .01.01.03 career
. . .01.01.03 job change?
. . .01.01.03 employee recruitment
. . .01.01.04 free movement of workers
01.02 professional personnel
. . .01.02.01 public employee
. . .01.02.02 service industries
. . .01.02.03 teachers
. . .01.02.04 industrial worker
. . .01.02.05 care assistants, nurse
. . .01.02.06 building and construction worker
01.03 workforce diversity
. . .01.03.01 white collar workers
. . .01.03.01 highly-educated
. . .01.03.01 skilled/qualified worker
. . .01.03.01 blue collar concept
. . .01.03.01 unskilled worker
. . .01.03.01 white collar concept/salaried worker
. . .01.03.01 apprentice
. . .01.03.02 retired person, retirement
. . .01.03.02 elderly people, seniors
. . .01.03.03 youth
. . .01.03.03 child workers
. . .01.03.04 ethnicity, immigration
01.04 gender
. . .01.04.01 mainstreaming
. . .01.04.01 gender equality
. . .01.04.02 women, conditions; women's work
01.05 self employment
. . .01.05.01 free-lance
. . .01.05.02 telework
. . .01.05.02 teleworking
. . .01.05.03 teleworking/distance work/homeworking
. . .01.05.04 atypical conditions of employment
01.06 social exposed groups
. . .01.06.01 social inclusive labour market
. . .01.06.01 social responsibility, enterprise
. . .01.06.01 equal opportunity
. . .01.06.01 ethics
. . .01.06.02 people with disabilities
01.07 collective conditions, special
. . .01.07.01 worker, working class
. . .01.07.01 working class lore
. . .01.07.02 solidarity
. . .01.07.03 organisational culture
01.08 family, leisure time
. . .01.08.01 family affairs
. . .01.08.01 parental
. . .01.08.02 leasure/spare time
Articles in T2M Yearbook:

Helle Holt: Influence on your own work time as solution to the conflict between work life and family life.

Sidsel Lond Grosen og Karen Il Wol Knudsen: "That is what women do"

Karen Valeur Sjørup: Shut the phone and forget the mail-box. About time, children og gender.

Stine Lyngborg, Kirstine Guldager Madsen og Gitte Løth Skoust: The balancing act of everyday life

Steffen Korsgaard og Helle Neergaard: Mompreneurs against the current

Tine Rostgaard: Is this the best we can do?

Bent Engelbrecht: Epoques of life and politics of seniorship

Conferences:

Familie- og arbejdsliv

Ledelse af arbejde og liv

Employment uncertainty and family dynamics

Links:

W.E. Uphohn Institute for Employment Research

CIM - Centre for Research in Social Integration and Marginalization

Institute of Industrial Relations


Books:

Jonathan Gershuny: Changing Times

Jody Heymann: Global inequalities at work

Karine S. Moe: Women, family, and work

Kevin Cullen, Norbert Kordey, Lars Schmidt og Elena Gabordi: Work and Family in the eWork Era

Janet Zollinger Giele og Elke Holst: Changing life patterns in Western Industrial Societies

Robert A. Stebbins: Between Work and Leisure

Karin Gottschall og Günter G. Voss: Entgrenzung von Arbeit und Leben

Joris Ghysels: Work, Family And Childcare

Diane Houston: Work-Life Balance in the 21st Century

Catherine Hein: Reconciling Work and Family Responsibilities

Nuria Chinchilla og Consuelo León: Female Ambition

Diane F. Halpern og Susan Elaine Murphy: From work-family balance to work-family interaction

Ellen Ernst Kossek og Susan J. Lambert: Work and life integration

Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Ellen Ernst Kossek og Stephen Sweet: Work and family handbook

Bram Peper, Anneke van Doorne-Huiskes og Laura den Dulk: Flexible working and organisational change

Steven A.Y. Poelmans: Work and family

Rosemary Crompton: Employment and the family

Patricia Voydanoff: Work, family, and community

Chris Warhurst, Doris Ruth Eikhof og Axel Haunschild: Work less, live more?

Tanja van der Lippe og Pascale Peters: Competing claims in work and family life

Naomi Gerstel, Dan Clawson og Robert Zussman: Families at Work

Shirley Dex: Families and work in the twenty-first century

Klaus F. Zimmermann og Michael Vogler: Family, Household and Work

Julia Brannen, Peter Moss og Ann Money: Working and Caring over the Twentieth Century

David Mitch, John Brown og Marco H.D. van Leeuwen: Origins of the Modern Career

Roberta Rehner Iversen og Annie Laurie Armstrong: Job aren't enough

Rosemary Crompton, Suzan Lewis og Clare Lyonette: Women, men, work and family in Europe

Margret Fine-Davis, Jeanne Fagnani, Dino Giovannini, Lis Højgaard og Hilary Clarke: Fathers and Mothers: Dilemmas of the Work-Life Balance

Kimberly J. Morgan: Working mothers and the welfare state

David Paul og Charles Birch: Life and work

Robert A. Stebbins: Between Work and Leisure

Anthony J. Veal og John T. Haworth: Work and Leisure

John T. Haworth: The Future of Work and Leisure