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Helping Faculty Find Work-Life Balance: The Path Toward Family-Friendly…

by Maike Ingrid Philipsen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0470540958, Hardcover)

This book focuses on how academics juggle the demands of their personal and professional life. The authors focus on faculty's specific challenges change over the years of their academic careers. Topics covers include the changing academic workplace, roles and rewards, the issue of tenure, what institutions offer, the division of labor inside the home, spousal/partner hiring policies, the changing definition of fatherhood, how individuals cope, and what exemplary institutional are doing to reform the system. The authors include recommendations both for faculty and for the institution.

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