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Title Modern couples sharing money, sharing life [electronic resource] / Edited by Janet Stocks, Capitolina Diaz-Martinez, Bjorn Hallerod.

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

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Physical description 208 p.
Notes Ebook.
Originally published in: 2007.
Contents Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction: The Role of Money in "Doing Couple"-- J.Stocks An Overview: Research on Couples and Money-- S.Dema & C.Nyman Our Methods-- C.Diaz, C.Nyman & J.Stocks Elusive Independence in a Context of Gender in Sweden-- C.Nyman & L.Reinikainen The Meaning of Breadwinning in Dual-Earner Couples-- F.Wilson & J.Stocks The Intertwining of Money and Love in Couple Relationships-- C.Diaz-Martinez, S.Dema & M.Ibanez Doing Gender While Doing Couple: Concluding Remarks-- B.Hallerod, C.Diaz & J.Stocks Appendix A Protocol for Interviewing Couples Appendix B Protocol for Interviewing Individuals Appendix C Standardized demographic Survey Questionnaire Appendix D The Comprehensive Code List for Analysis of Interviews References Index.
File type Document
Summary This collection is the result of a five-year-long collaboration of sociologists in Sweden, Spain and the United States. In-depth, extended interviews with couples explore their daily lives and provide insights into the impact of modernity, gender roles, and expectations of the meaning of money and the complex financial reality of households. Modern Couples Sharing Money, Sharing Life is the result of a five-year collaboration of sociologists in three very different countries: Sweden, Spain and the USA, investigating how individuals in intimate couple relationships navigate their daily lives in the context of a changed and changing modernity. In-depth, extended interviews were conducted with couples in exploring questions about their financial arrangements, housework, child-care, careers, leisure time activities and sexual relations. The focus of the book is primarily on their financial arrangements, exploring the meaning of money, individualization, and gender in the context of couple relationships today.
'..[A] crucial resource for students of households, love and money' - Viviana Zelizer, Lloyd Cotsen '50 Professor of Sociology, Princeton University 'Riveting. I could not put it down...one of the most interesting and engaging sociology books I've read in a long time.'- Carolyn Vogler, Senior Lecturer, City University, London '...original and insightful...it shows how, in three very different countries, money ties couples together but causes conflicts, allows independence but causes dependence' - Jan Pahl, Professor Emeritus of Social Policy, University of Kent.
System notes Adobe Ebook Reader.
History notes JANET STOCKS is Director of the Center for Academic and Professional Success, Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio, USA. She is a sociologist with an interest in education, the family, religion and qualitative methods. CAPITOLENA DIAZ MARTINEZ is Associate Professor, University of Oviedo, Spain and Director of the Women and Science Unit of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science. She conducts cross-national studies on the role of money in couple relationships and studies on women, science and the potential for positive action. BJORN HALLEROD is Professor of Sociology, Umea University, Sweden. Since the mid-1980s he has worked extensively on issues related to income distribution, poverty and living conditions. He is currently looking at the relationship between different welfare problems and longitudinal research on individual changes in living conditions.
Other author Stocks, Janet.
Diaz-Martinez, Capitolina.
Hallerod, Bjorn.
Subject Gender studies, gender groups.
Sociology: family & relationships.
Society.
ISBN 9780230582774 : 差50
023058277X : 差50