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Number 1 in 2019: The Myth of the ‘Lazy’ Father

Number 8 in 2019: The Real Housewives of America: Dad’s Income and Mom’s Work

Number 10 in 2019: The False Promise of Universal Child Care

Gellert Dornay on the Benefits of Employee-Ownership: 5 Questions with Family Studies

Unhappy Women in Modern, Egalitarian Marriages: A Review of “A Marriage Story”

Gender Equality at Home Takes a Hit When Children Arrive

Father Involvement, Gender Equality, and Having a Second Child

How High School Seniors Would Divide Their Future Work-Family Life Might Surprise You

Are Predictive Scheduling Mandates the Solution to Irregular Work Schedules?

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