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Gender Differences in Education-Work-Family Pathways of MBA Students
Unformatted Document Text:  Myrdal, Alva Reimer and Viola Klein. 1968. Women’s Two Roles: Home and Work, Second Edition. London: Routledge & Paul. Nivalainen, Satu. 2005. “Interregional Migration and Post-Move Employment in Two- Earner Families: Evidence from Finland.” Regional Studies, 39:891-907. Pavalko, Eliza K. 1997. “Beyond Trajectories: Multiple Concepts for Analyzing Long- Term Process.” Pp. 129-149 in Studying Aging and Social Change: Conceptual and Methodological Issues, edited by M. A. Hardy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Pearson, Robert W., Michael Ross, and Robyn M. Dawes. 1992. “Personal Recall and the Limits of Retrospective Questions in Surveys.” Pp. 65-94 in Questions About Questions: Inquiries into the Cognitive Bases of Surveys, edited by J. M. Tanur. New York: Russell Sage. Pixley, Joy E. and Phyllis Moen. 2003. “Prioritizing Careers.” Pp. 183-200 in It’s About Time: Couples and Careers, edited by P. Moen. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Potuchek, Jean L. 1997. Who Supports the Family: Gender and Breadwinning in Dual- Earner Marriages. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Prokos, Anastasia and Irene Padavic. 2005. “An Examination of Competing Explanations for the Pay Gap among Scientists and Engineers.” Gender & Society, 19:523-543. Sayer, Liana C. 2005. “Gender, Time and Inequality: Trends in Women’s and Men’s Paid Work, Unpaid Work and Free Time.” Social Forces, 84:285-303. Sayer, Liana C., Suzanne M. Bianchi, and John P. Robinson. 2004. “Are Parents Investing Less in Children? Trends in Mothers’ and Fathers’ Time with Children.” American Journal of Sociology, 110:1-43. Shanahan, Michael J. 2000. “Pathways to Adulthood in Changing Societies: Variability and Mechanisms in Life Course Perspective.” Annual Review of Sociology, 26:667-692. Shihadeh, Edward S. 1991. “The Prevalence of Husband-Centered Migration: Employment Consequences for Married Mothers.” Journal of Marriage and Family, 53:432-444. South, Scott J. and Glenna Spitze. 1994. “Housework in Marital and Nonmarital Households.” American Sociological Review, 59:327-347. Thistle, Susan. 2006. From Marriage to the Market: The Transformation of Women’s Lives and Work. Berkeley CA: University of California Press.

Authors: Pixley, Joy.
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Myrdal, Alva Reimer and Viola Klein. 1968. Women’s Two Roles: Home and Work,
Second Edition. London: Routledge & Paul.
Nivalainen, Satu. 2005. “Interregional Migration and Post-Move Employment in Two-
Earner Families: Evidence from Finland.” Regional Studies, 39:891-907.
Pavalko, Eliza K. 1997. “Beyond Trajectories: Multiple Concepts for Analyzing Long-
Term Process.” Pp. 129-149 in Studying Aging and Social Change: Conceptual
and Methodological Issues, edited by M. A. Hardy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
Pearson, Robert W., Michael Ross, and Robyn M. Dawes. 1992. “Personal Recall and the
Limits of Retrospective Questions in Surveys.” Pp. 65-94 in Questions About
Questions: Inquiries into the Cognitive Bases of Surveys, edited by J. M. Tanur.
New York: Russell Sage.
Pixley, Joy E. and Phyllis Moen. 2003. “Prioritizing Careers.” Pp. 183-200 in It’s About
Time: Couples and Careers, edited by P. Moen. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University
Potuchek, Jean L. 1997. Who Supports the Family: Gender and Breadwinning in Dual-
Earner Marriages. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Prokos, Anastasia and Irene Padavic. 2005. “An Examination of Competing Explanations
for the Pay Gap among Scientists and Engineers.” Gender & Society, 19:523-543.
Sayer, Liana C. 2005. “Gender, Time and Inequality: Trends in Women’s and Men’s Paid
Work, Unpaid Work and Free Time.” Social Forces, 84:285-303.
Sayer, Liana C., Suzanne M. Bianchi, and John P. Robinson. 2004. “Are Parents
Investing Less in Children? Trends in Mothers’ and Fathers’ Time with
Children.” American Journal of Sociology, 110:1-43.
Shanahan, Michael J. 2000. “Pathways to Adulthood in Changing Societies: Variability
and Mechanisms in Life Course Perspective.” Annual Review of Sociology,
Shihadeh, Edward S. 1991. “The Prevalence of Husband-Centered Migration:
Employment Consequences for Married Mothers.” Journal of Marriage and
Family, 53:432-444.
South, Scott J. and Glenna Spitze. 1994. “Housework in Marital and Nonmarital
Households.” American Sociological Review, 59:327-347.
Thistle, Susan. 2006. From Marriage to the Market: The Transformation of Women’s
Lives and Work. Berkeley CA: University of California Press.

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