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[Work in nonstandard times, such as in early mornings, late evenings, nights, weekends or bank holidays is neither a new, nor a rare phenomenon. In 2010, approximately one in five workers in the European working population reported that they usually work in the evenings and/or nights and a...
[Despite the arguments that the 24-hour-economy is on a ubiquitous and universal rise, the location of nonstandard schedules in the labor market and households is likely highly targeted. This chapter asks where this work is located and who is working in those shifts and days. Using the NKPSNKPS...
[Many children live in households where either one or both parents work nonstandard schedules in the evening, night or weekend. In this chapter we tests two competing hypotheses of whether nonstandard schedules result in lower levels of parent-child interactionChild interaction or in more time...
[This chapter questions existing findings and provides new evidence about the consequences of nonstandard work schedules on partnership qualityPartnership quality. Using quantitative couple data from the Netherlands Kinship Panel Study (NKPSNKPS) (N = 3,016) and semi-structured qualitative...
[This chapter examines the impact of nonstandard working schedules on partnership dissolutionPartnership dissolution risk. Using panel data from the Netherlands (NKPSNKPS, N = 2,982) and the U.S. (NSFHNSFH, N = 4,919), the results shows that having at least one nonstandard schedule worker in the...
[In this book we asked the overarching question: What is the impact of nonstandard employment schedules on family cohesionFamily cohesion? Throughout the various chapters within this book, we then attempted to address the various aspects of both nonstandard schedules, but also different sides of...
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