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Working (married) women, working women, working wife
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Authors Title / Source Year Barnett, R.C.; Baruch, G.K. Mothers' Participation in Childcare: Patterns and Consequences.
Crosby, F.J.; Ed.: "Spouse, Parent, Worker", Yale University Press, 1987, New Haven, USA, 91 - 108
Bell, R.R. Significant Roles among a Sample of Australian Women.
The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 1975, Vol. 11, 2 - 11
Holland-Benin, M.; Cable-Nienstedt, B. Happiness in Single- and Dual-Earner Families: The Effects of Marital Happiness, Job Satisfaction, and Life Cycle.
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1985, Vol. 47, 975 -984
Berry, R.E.; Williams, F.L. Assessing the Relationship between Quality of Life and Marital and Income Satisfaction: A Path-Analytic Approach.
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1987, Vol. 49, 107 -116
Betz, E.L. Two Tests of Maslow's Theory of Need Fulfillment.
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 1984, Vol. 24, 204 - 220
Beutell, N.J.; Greenhaus, J.H. Interrole Conflict among Married Woman: The Influence of Husband and Wife Characteristics on Conflict and Coping Behavior.
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 1982, Vol. 21, 99 - 110
Campbell, A. The Sense of Well-Being in America.
McGraw-Hill, 1981, New York, USA
Coleman, L.M.; Antonucci, T.C. Impact of Work on Women at Midlife.
Developmental Psychology, 1983, Vol. 19, 290 - 294
DeMoor, R.A. Huwelijk en Gezin. Wat is hun Toekomst in West-Europa? (Marriage and Family: Their Future in Western Europe).
AMBO, 1985, Baarn, Netherlands
Faver, C.A. Life Satisfaction and the Life-Cycle: The Effects of Values and Roles on Women's Well-Being.
Sociology and Social Research, 1982, Vol. 66, 435 - 452
Ferree, M.M. Class, Housework and Happiness: Women's Work and Life Satisfaction.
Sex Roles, 1984, Vol. 11, 1057 - 1074
Ferree, M.M. Working Class Feminism: A Consideration of the Consequences of Employment.
The Sociological Quarterly, 1980, Vol. 21, 173 - 184
Fogarty, M. British Attitudes to Work.
Abrams, M.;Gerard, D.;Timms, N.;Eds.: " Values and Social Change in Britain", MacMillan, 1985, London, UK, 173 - 206
Forrester, N.G. Factors Contributing to Life Satisfaction of Divorced Women.
Unpublished PhD Dissertation, 1980, Arizona State University, USA
Freudiger, P. Life Satisfaction among Three Categories of Married Women.
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1983, Vol. 45, 213 - 219
Gerson, J.M. Women Returning to School: The Consequences of Multiple Roles.
Sex Roles, 1985, Vol. 13, 77 - 92
DeGoede, M.P.; Maassen, G.H. Niet Jong en Niet Oud: Verschillen in Omgaan met Werkeloosheid. (Not Young and Not Old: Differences in Coping with Unemployment.)
Spruit, I.P.;Tazelaar, F. (Eds).: "Leven met Werkeloosheid.", Wolters-Noordhof, 1987, Groningen, Netherlands, Chapters 7 - 8.
Gove, W.R.; Zeiss, C. Multiple Roles and Happiness.
Crosby, F.J.; Ed.: "Spouse, Parent, Worker", Yale University Press, 1987, New Haven, USA, 125 -137
Harding, S.D. Values and the Nature of Psychological Well-Being.
Abrams, M.;Gerard, D.;Timms, N.,Eds.: "Values and Social Change in Britain", McMillan, 1985, London, UK, 227 - 252
Henggeler, S.W.; Borduin, C.M. Satisfied Working Mothers and their Preschool Sons: Interaction and Psychosocial Adjustment.
Journal of Family Issues, 1981, Vol. 2, 322 - 335
Hinand, G.D. Psychological Well-Being at Midlife: A Study of a College Class of 1959 (Love, Work).
PhD Dissertation, Boston University, 1984, USA
Hornung, C.A.; McCullough, B.C. Status Relationships in Dual-Employment Marriages: Consequences for Psychological Well-Being.
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1981, Vol. 43, 125 - 141
Huff-Fox, J. Effects of Retirement and Former Work life on Women's' Adaptation to Old Age.
Journal of Gerontology, 1977, Vol. 32, 196 - 202
Ivancevich, J.M.; Matteson, M.T. Occupational Stress, Satisfaction, Physical Well-Being, and Coping: A Study of Homemakers.
Psychological Reports, 1982, Vol. 50, 995 - 1005
Jaslow, P. Employment, Retirement and Morale among Older Women.
Journal of Gerontology, 1976, Vol. 31, 212 - 218
Kavanagh, M.J.; Halpern, M. The Impact of Job Level and Sex Differences on the Relationship between Life and Job Satisfaction.
Academy of Management Journal, 1977, Vol. 20, 66 - 73
Keith, P.M.; Schafer, R.B. Employment Status, Household Involvement, and Psychological Well-Being of Men and Women.
International Journal of Sociology of the Family, 1982, Vol. 12, 101 - 110
Lee, M.D. Probing Behavioral Patterns of Structuring Daily Life.
Human Relations, 1985, Vol. 38, 457 - 476
Morgan, C.S. Female and Male Attitudes towards Life: Implications for Theories of Mental Health.
Sex Roles, 1980, Vol. 6, 367 - 380
Nye, F.I. Effects on the Mother.
Hoffman, L.W.; Nye, F.I.; Eds.: "Working Mothers", Jossey-Bay, 1974, San Francisco, USA, 207 - 225
Parry, G.; Warr, P. The Measurement of Mothers' Work Attitudes.
Journal of Occupational Psychology. 1980, Vol. 53, 245 - 252
Pietromonaco, P.R.; Manis, J.; Markus, H.R. The Relationship of Employment to Self-perception and Well-Being in Women: A Cognitive Analysis.
Sex Roles, 1987, Vol. 17, 467 - 477
Pugliesi, K.L. The Well-Being of Women: The Effects of Marital Status, Employment and Social Support.
PhD Dissertation, Washington State University, 1985, USA
Cutler-Riddick, C. Life Satisfaction for Older Female Homemakers, Retirees and Workers.
Research on Aging, 1985, Vol. 7, 383 - 393
Rodgers, W.L. Work Status and The Quality of Life.
Social Indicators Research, 1977, Vol. 4, 267 - 287
Rosen, A.K. Work and General Well-Being of Older Women.
Unpublished PhD Dissertation, University of Maryland, 1982, USA
Sekaran, U. Factors Influencing the Quality of Life in Dual-Career Families.
Journal of Occupational Psychology, 1983, Vol. 56, 161 -174
Sekaran, U. The Paths to Mental Health: An Exploratory Study of Husbands and Wives in Dual-Career Families.
Journal of Occupational Psychology, 1985, Vol. 58, 129 -137
Shehan, C.L. Wives' Work and Psychological Well-Being: An Extension of Gove's Social Role Theory of Depression.
Sex Roles, 1984, Vol. 11, 881 - 899
Staines, G.L.; Fudge, D.A.; Pottick, K.J. Wives' Employment and Husbands' Attitudes toward Work and Life.
Journal of Applied Psychology, 1986, Vol. 71, 118 - 128
Townsend, A.; Gurin, P. Re-examining the frustrated homemaker hypothesis: Role fit, personal dissatisfaction, and collective discontent.
Sociology of Work and Occupations, 1981, Vol. 8, 464 - 488
Warr, P.; Parry, G. Paid Employment and Women's Psychological Well-Being.
Psychological Bulletin, 1982, Vol. 91, 498 - 516
Warr, P.; Payne, R.L. Unpleasant Emotional Strain and Feelings of Pleasure: Point Prevalence, Attributions of Cause and Coping Responses.
Paper MRC/SSCR Social & Applied Psychology Unit, University of Sheffield, 1982, UK
Willard, A.K. Self, Situation and Script: A Psychological Study of Decisions about Employment in Mothers of One Year Olds.
PhD Dissertation, Harvard University, 1985, USA
Wong, N.W. Effects of Individual Sources of Support on Well-Being in Employed Parents.
PhD Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1985, USA
Wright, J.D. Are Working Women Really More Satisfied? Evidence from Several National Surveys.
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1978, Vol. 40, 301 -373
Walters, C.M.; McKenry, P.C. Predictors of Life Satisfaction Among Rural and Urban Employed Mothers: A Research Note.
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1985, Vol. 47, 1067 - 1071
Nathawat, S.S.; Mathur, A. Marital Adjustment and Subjective Well-Being in Indian-Educated Housewives and Working Women.
The Journal of Psychology, 1993, Vol. 127, 353 - 358
Baruch, G.K.; Barnett, R.C. Role, Quality, Multiple Role Involvement, and Psychological Well-Being in Midlife Women.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1986, Vol. 51, 578 - 585
Williams, K.J.; Alliger, G.M.; Learner, S.M.; Suls, J.; Wan, C.K. Multiple Role Juggling and Daily Mood States in Working Mothers: An Experience Sampling Study.
Journal of Applied Psychology, 1991, Vol. 76, 664 - 674
Kibria, N.; Barnett, R.C.; Marshall, N.L.; Pleck, J.H. Homemaking-Role Quality and the Psychological Well-Being and Distress of Employed Women.
Sex Roles, 1990, Vol. 22, 327 - 346
Noor, N.M. Work and Family Roles in Relation to Women's Well-Being: A Longitudinal Study.
British Journal of Social Psychology, 1995, Vol. 34, 8 - 106
Krause, N.; Markides, K.S. Employment and Psychological Well-Being in Mexican American Women.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 1985, Vol. 26, 15 - 26
Joshi, H. Combining Employment and Child Rearing: The Story of British Women's Lives.
Offer, A.;Ed.: "In Pursuit of the Quality of Life", Oxford University Press, 1996, UK, 88 - 118
Barnett, R.C.; Marshall, N.L. The Relationship between Women's Work and Family Roles and their Subjective Well-Being and Psychological Distress.
Frankenhauser, M., Lundberg, U.;Chesmney, M. (Eds).: "Women, Work and Health", Plenum Press, 1991, New York, USA
Groenendijk, H. Verschillen in Welbevinden tussen Buitenshuis Werkende Moeders. (Wellbeing of Working Mothers).
Sociologische Gids, 1999, Vol. 1, 51 - 65
Baruch, G.K.; Barnett, R.C. Consequences of Fathers' Participation in Family Work: Parents' Role Strain and Well-Being.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1986, Vol. 51, 983 - 992
van Oudenhoven-vander Zee, K.I.; Bakker, A.B.; Sanderman, R. Sekseverschillen in de Invloed van het Huwelijk en van Betaald Werk op Subjectief Welbevinden. (Sex Differences in the Impact of Marriage and Paid Employment on Subjective Well-Being).
Gedrag en Gezondheid, 1995, Vol. 23, 229 - 244
McLanahan, S.S.; Adams, J. The Effect of Children on Adults Psychological Well-Being 1957 - 1976.
Social Forces, 1989, Vol. 68, 124 - 146
Miller, M.L.; Dempster-McClain, D.; Moen, P. Motherhood, Multiple Roles, and Maternal Well-Being: Women of the 1950 s.
Gender and Society, 1991, Vol. 5, 565 - 582
Baruch, G.K.; Barnett, R.C. Role Quality and Psychological Well-Being.
Crosby, F.J.; Ed.: "Spouse, Parent, Worker". On Gender and Multiple Roles", Yale University Press, 1987, USA, 63 - 73
Pina, D.L.; Bengtson, V.L. The Division of Household Labor and Wives' Happiness: Ideology, Employment, and Perceptions of Support.
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1993, Vol. 55, 901 - 912
Ferree, M.M. Working-Class Jobs: Housework and Paid Work as Sources of Satisfaction.
Social Problems, 1976, Vol. 23, 431 - 441
Trzcinski, E.; Holst, E. Hohe Lebenszufriedenheit teilzeitbeschäftiger Mütter. (Higher Life Satisfaction of Part Time Working Mothers).
Wochenbericht DIW Berlin, 2003, Nr. 34, 539 - 545
Haw, C.E. The Family Life Cycle: A Forgotten Variable in the Study of Women's Employment and Well-Being.
Psychological Medicine, 1995, Vol. 25, 727 - 738
Demerouti, E.; Bakker, A.B.; Schaufeli, W.B. Spillover and Crossover of Exhaustion and Life Satisfaction among Dual-Earning Parents.
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2005, Vol. 67, 266 - 289
Smith, E.J. The Working Mother: A Critique of the Research.
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 1981, Vol. 19, 191 - 211
McCroskey, J. Working Mothers and Child Care; The Context of Child Care Satisfaction for Working Women with Preschool Children.
Dissertation, University of California, 1980, Los Angeles, USA
Siegers, J.J. Mijn Vrouw Werkt Gelukkig: Een Huishoudinteractie Model ter Verklaring van Geluk. (My Wife Works Happily: Household and Happiness).
DenDulk, L.;et al;Eds.: "Emancipatie als Kwestie'', Dutch University Press, 2006, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 125 - 135
Cloin, J.C.; Wennekers, C.H. Een Gelukkige Combinatie. (A Happy Combination).
Schnabel, P. ; Ed.: "Veel Geluk in Nederland", Social Cultural Planning Office, 2007, The Hague, Netherlands, 51 - 56
Boelsums, S. Hoe Leefbaar is de Postmoderne Samenleving? (Livability of Postmodern Society)..
Master Thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Social Sciences, 2008, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Haugen, M.S.; Blekesaune, A. Farm and Off-farm Work and Life Satisfaction among Norwegian Farm Women.
Sociologia Ruralis, 2005, Vol. 45, 71 - 83
Berger, E.M. Maternal Employment and Happiness: The Effect of Non-Participation and Part-time Employment on Mothers' Life Satisfaction.
SOEP paper No. 178, 2009, Berlin, Germany
Della Giusta, M.; Jewell, S.; King, Z. Time Packages and Their Effect on Life Satisfaction.
Paper 084, Henley Business School, University of Reading, 2010, UK
Wroblewski, A. Lebensqualität und Lebenszufreidenheit. (Quality of Life and Life Satisfaction).
Ehalt, H.C.;et al;Eds.: ''Lebensqualität in modernen Gesellschaften'', Peter Lang, 2011, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 118 - 124
Geerds, J. Blijven Werken als je Moeder Wordt: Wie wordt daar Gelukkiger van en Wie niet? (Continue Working when you become a Mother: Who gets Happier and Who Not?).
Essay Department of Sociology, 2012, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Cutler-Riddick, C.; Daniel, S.N. The Relative Contribution of Leisure Activities and Other Factors to the Mental Health of Older Women.
Journal of Leisure Research, 1984, Vol 16, 136-148
Mikucka, M. Homemaking and Women's Well-Being in Europe. Effect of Divorce Risk, Selection and Dominating Gender-Role Attitudes.
Working Paper no 2011-9, CEPS/INSTEAD 2011, Luxembourg
Beja Jr., E. L. Who is Happier; The Housewife or the Working Wife?
Applied Research in Quality of Life., 2014, Vol. 9, 157 - 177
Trzcinski, E.; Holst, E. Gender Differences in Subjective Well-Being in and out of Management Positions.
Social Indicators Research, 2012, Vol. 107, 449 - 463
Mendes, E.; McGeeney, K.; Saad, L. Stay-at-Home Moms Report more Depression, Sadness, and Anger.
The Gallup Organization, 2012, , New York, USA
Rudolf, R.; Cho, S.Y. The Gender-Specific Effect of Working Hours on Family Happiness in South Korea.
Courant Research Centre, Discussion Papers no. 77, 2011, Göttingen, Germany
Bertrand, M. Career, Family and the Well-Being of College-Educated Women.
American Economic Review, 2013, Vol. 103, 244 - 250
Bonsdorff, Von, M.E.; Huuhtanen, P.; Tuomi, K. Predictors of Employees’ Early Retirement Intentions: An 11-year Longitudinal Study.
Occupational Medicine, 2009, 4 - 8
Nelson, S. K. Juggling Family and Career: Parents’ Pathways to a Balanced and Happy Life.
In Page, K., Burke, R., & Cooper, C. (Eds.), Flourishing in life, work, and careers. London, UK: Edward Elgar, 2015, 1 - 35
Berger, E.M. Happy Working Mothers? Investigating the Effect of Maternal Employment on Life Satisfaction.
Economica, 2013, Vol. 80, 23 - 43
Schaubert, M. Career, Private Life, and Well-Being among College educated West German Women.
Theorie und Politik - Session: Men and Women in the Workplace, 2015, No. G18-V3, 1 - 36
Xiong, Y.; Zhang, J. Influence of Land Use and Transport Policies on Women's Labor Participation and Life Choices.
Book: Life-Oriented Behavioral Research for Urban Policy, 2017, 243 - 265
Baslevent, C; Kirmanoglu, H. Gender Inequality in Europe and the Life Satisfaction of Working and Non-working Women.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2017, Vol. 18, 107 - 124
Brockmann, H.; Diederich, A.; Koch, A.M. Why Managerial Women are Less Happy Than Managerial Men.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2018, Vol. 19, 755 - 779
Hori, M.; Kamo, Y. Gender Differences in Happiness: the Effects of Marriage, Social Roles, and Social Support in East Asia
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2017, online publication, 1- 19
Okulicz-Kozaryn, A.; Valente, R.R. Life Satisfaction of Career Women and Housewives.
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2018, Vol. 13, 603-632
Gonzalez-Herero, V.; Garcia-Martin, M.A. Personality, Activities, and Well-Being: A Study Based on Women in Late Adulthood
Journal of Women & Aging, 2012, Vol. 24, 152 - 168
Luppi, F.; Mencarini, L.; See, S.G. The Work-Family Balance: Making Men and Women Happy
Working Paper, 2017, Nr. 98, Carlo F. Dondena Centre for Research on Social Dynamics and Public Policy, Milan.
Nurdinova, S; Adacy, F.R. Socio--economic analysis of Turkish women's employment in terms of the happiness economics
Iqtisodiyot:tahlillar va prognozlar (Economics analysis and forecasting) (7-8)11. 80-86
Bandyopadhyay, S. Gendered Well‑Being: Cross‑Sectional Evidence from Poor Urban Households in India
Social Indicators Research, 2020, Vol. 151, 281-308
Karaca, Arzu; Dede, Kamu Kurumlarındaki Kadın Çalışanların İş-Aile Çatışma Düzeyleri İle Yaşam Doyumları Arasındaki İlişki: Tunceli Örneği (The relationship between work-family conflict and life satisfaction of women employees working on public institutions: Tunceli case
Balkan and Near Eastern Journal of Social Sciences, 3 (2) 150-158
Yu, S.; Postepska, Agnieszka Flexible Jobs Make Parents Happier: Evidence from Australia
IZA Discussion Paper, 2020, No. 13700
Posel, D.; Bruce-Brand, J. ‘Only a Housewife?’ Subjective Well‑Being and Homemaking in South Africa
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2021, Vol. 22, 323 - 342