Seeing Work-Life from Children’s Standpoints
In responding to the editor’s invitation to “consider the inherent difficulty of communicating about our differing life-realms of experience (e.g., public-private, work-family, work-life, personal-professional, etc.),” I propose some avenues for enlarging the themes of research on work-personal life relationships by bringing children into the foreground as subjects. I explore (a) the meaning and experience of time in children’s everyday lives as well as (b) children’s performance of unpaid labor in their households.
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The Electronic Journal of Communication, v. 16, no. 3-4
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Jorgenson, Jane, "Seeing Work-Life from Children’s Standpoints" (2006). Communication Faculty Publications. 890.