Friday, May 1 / 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM   •   Sapphire 400

Session 131:
Work-Family Balance and Conflict

Chair: Judith Treas, University of California, Irvine
Discussant: Emily Greenman, Pennsylvania State University

  1. Shorter Work Weeks Lead to More Work-to-Family Strain? Worldwide EvidenceLeah Ruppanner, University of Melbourne ; David Maume, University of Cincinnati

  2. Caught in the Middle? Differences in Work/Family Conflicts for “Sandwich Generation” Women Living in Their Own Home Compared to Those Who Live in Their Parents’ HomeRenee Ellis, U.S. Census Bureau

  3. Spousal Problems and Family-to-Work ConflictMarshal Neal Fettro, Bowling Green State University ; Kei Nomaguchi, Bowling Green State University

  4. Satisfaction with Work-Family Balance and the Division of Household Labor: The Moderating Effect of Cohabitation and Second Unions or MarriagesMariona Lozano, McGill University ; Dana Hamplova, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and Charles University in Prague ; Celine Le Bourdais, McGill University

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