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By Pamela J. Kalbfleisch (Ed.)

Verbal exchange Yearbook 27 is dedicated to publishing cutting-edge literature stories within which authors critique and synthesize a physique of communique learn. This quantity maintains the culture of publishing serious, integrative stories of particular traces of analysis. Chapters specialize in an organizational communique problem to the discourse of labor and kinfolk examine; getting better women's voice; empowerment and conversation; participatory communique for social switch; and the problematics of discussion and tool. additionally, chapters talk about the megaphone impression; the consequences of tv on crew energy; the empowerment of feminist scholarship in public family members and the development of a feminist paradigm; keep an eye on, resistance, and empowerment in raced, gendered, and classed paintings contexts; credibility for the twenty first century; and speaking incapacity.

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Women construct warmth and a social sense of family, yet this work is often not rewarded. , that take time from role obligations written into job descriptions; Kolb, 1992). Without a reprioritization of family and community in our thinking, language, and material practices, gendered work-family practices and processes cannot change in ways that can benefit both women and men. A true step toward empowerment in practice would provide for participatory decision processes that question current priorities regarding work, family, and community.

How is balance discursively constructed for employees engaged in shift work? 6 These efforts at redefining long-standing concepts in work-family and work-life research could be explored through the development of different standpoints (Hartsock, 1998). Buzzanell (2001) explored the narrative of a disabled, pregnant employee to provide insight into her lived experience and into how interactions with her coworkers changed throughout this experience. We argue that the voicing of the marginalized carries the potential for empowerment, however, the very fact of marginalization places a considerable responsibility on researchers.

Employee reports indicate that work-life balance is of equal importance to both men and women (Hall, 1990). Fathers who want to be involved are choosing employment that makes it easier to balance family with workplace obligations, even at the expense of lower pay and prestige (Gerson, 1993). Nonetheless, among many researchers there is considerable skepticism that family-supportive policies are relevant for men (Pleck, 1993). Although work-family benefits and parental leave are theoretically open to both men and women, men are not expected to use them— traditional gender role conceptions of parenting responsibilities still dominate (Pleck, 1993; Raabe & Gessner, 1988; Rapoport & Bailyn, 1996; Shellenbarger, 1992).

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