Labour law, work, and family : critical and comparative perspectives /
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- Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Labour law, work, and family : critical and comparative perspectives / edited by Joanne Conaghan and Kerry Rittich.
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Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2005
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- Physical Description:
xiv, 361 p.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- Introduction : interrogating the work-family divide / Joanne Conaghan and Kerry Rittich
- Work, family, and the discipline of labour law / Joanne Conaghan
- Equity or efficiency : international institutions and the work-family nexus / Kerry Rittich
- Work-family, Australian labour law, and the normative worker / Anna Chapman
- The right to flexibility / Hugh Collins
- Recommodifying time : working hours of 'live-in' domestic workers / Guy Mundlak
- The family economy versus the labour market (or housework as a legal issue) / Maria Rosaria Marella
- Gender and diversification of labour forms in Japan / Mutsuko Asakura
- Poor women's work experiences : gaps in the 'work-family' discussion / Lucy Williams
- Work, family, and parenthood : the European Union agenda / Clare McGlynn
- Taking leave : work and family in Australian law and policy / Rosemary J. Owens
- A new gender contract? : work-life balance and working-time flexibility / Judy Fudge
- Work and family issues in the transitional countries of central and eastern Europe : the case of Hungary / Csilla Kollonay Lehoczky
- Issues of work and family in Japan / Hiroko Hayashi
- A woman's world / Richard Michael Fischl.