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Jill K. Walls

  • Human Development and Family Studies, UNCG

There are 2 included publications by Jill K. Walls :

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Implications of intensive mothering beliefs for the well-being of full-time employed mothers of infants: moderating effects of childcare satisfaction and workplace flexibility 2010 2435 Hays (1996) was the first to describe the construct of intensive mothering beliefs, yet little empirical research exists to substantiate its prevalence among contemporary mothers and its implications for their lives. The purpose of this study was to ...
Provider Role Attitudes, Marital Satisfaction, Role Overload, and Housework: A Dyadic Approach 2010 313 Treating the marital dyad as the unit of analysis, this study examined the within-couple patterning of 272 dual-earner spouses’ provider role attitudes and their longitudinal associations with marital satisfaction, role overload, and the division of ...