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Mokomane, Zitha

Work–Family Interface in Sub-Saharan Africa

Mokomane, Zitha - Work–Family Interface in Sub-Saharan Africa, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Work–Family Interface as a Policy Issue in Sub-Saharan Africa

1. Introduction
Zitha Mokomane

2. Managing Work and Family Demands: The Perspectives of Employed Parents in Ghana
Francis Annor

3. Work and Family in a Cross-Cultural Context: A Comparative Review of Work–Family Experiences of Working Mothers in Australia and Zimbabwe
Virginia Mapedzahama

Part II. Factors Underlying Work–Family Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa

4. Working Hours and Work–Family Conflict in the Institutional Context of Nigeria
Chantal Epie, Afam Ituma

5. Strain-Based Family Interference with Work: A Theoretical-Empirical Analysis from South-Eastern Nigeria
Ejike Okonkwo

6. Sexual Harassment as a Contributory Factor in Work–Family Conflict: Implications for Policies in the Workplace
Francine Masson, Eleanor Ross

Part III. Impact on the Families

7. The Social Impact of Job Transfer Policy on Dual Career Families in Botswana
Dolly Ntseane

8. Workplace Changes and Its Implications for Work–Family Conflict and Gender Asymmetries in South Africa
Zitha Mokomane, Francine Masson, Eleanor Ross

Part IV. Coping Strategies

9. The Role of House Helps in Work–Family Balance of Women Employed in the Formal Sector in Kenya
Gladys Muasya

10. The Quest for a Family Policy in Zambia
Ndangwa Noyoo

11. State Measures Towards Work–Care Integration in South Africa
Lisa Dancaster

12. A Review of Work–Family Research in Sub-Saharan Africa
Zitha Mokomane, Desire Chilwane

Keywords: Social Sciences, Family, Public Health, Demography, Social Policy

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
2014
Series
International Perspectives on Social Policy, Administration, and Practice
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319012377

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