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              ISSUES RELATED TO WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT

                     A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY





GENERAL

Allan, J. April 1991. When women set the rules. CANADIAN BUSINESS.

     40-43.

Astin, H. & Leland, C. 1991. WOMEN OF INFLUENCE, WOMEN OF VISION.

     San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

Cannings, K. & Montmarquette, C. 1991, Jan. Managerial momentum: 

     a simultaneous model of the career progress of male and female

     managers.  INDUSTRIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS REVIEW, 44:

212-228.

Carr-Ruffino, N. 1993. THE PROMOTABLE WOMAN. 2nd ed. Belmont, CA: 

     Wadsworth.

Cassidy, M. & Warren, B. 1991. Status consistency and work

     satisfaction among professional and managerial women and men.

     GENDER & SOCIETY, 5(2): 193-206.

Dusky, L. & Zeitz, B. 1988.  THE BEST COMPANIES FOR WOMEN. 

     New York:  Simon & Schuster.

Duke, C. & Sitterly, B. 1988. A WOMAN'S PLACE: MANAGEMENT.

     Englewood Cliffs:  Prentice-Hall.

Fagenson, E. 1993. WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT:  TRENDS, ISSUES, AND

     CHALLENGES IN MANAGERIAL DIVERSITY. Newbury Park: Sage.

Fryxell, G. & Lerner, L. May 1989. Contrasting corporate profiles:

     women and minority representation in top management positions.

     JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS, 341-52.

Fisher, A. 1990. WALL STREET WOMEN. New York: Alfred A. 

     Knopf.

Freeman, S.J.M. 1990. MANAGING LIVES. Amherst:  University of

     Massachusetts Press.

Garland, S. 2 Sept. 1991. Commentary:  how to keep women managers

     on the corporate ladder. BUSINESS WEEK, 64.

Gilson, E. & Kane, S. 1987.  Unnecessary choices:  the hidden life

     of the executive woman. New York:  William Morrow & Co.

Hatcher, M. 1991. The corporate woman of the 1990s. PSYCHOLOGY OF

     WOMEN QUARTERLY, 15: 251-259.

Hellwig, B. 1992, Sept./Oct. Executive female's breakthrough 50.

     EXECUTIVE FEMALE. pp. 43-46.

Karsten, M.F. 1994. MANAGEMENT AND GENDER:  ISSUES AND ATTITUDES.

     Westport:  Greenwood Publishing Co.

Haslett, B., Geis, F. & Carter, M. 1992. THE ORGANIZATIONAL

     WOMAN: POWER AND PARADOX. Norwood: Ablex Publishing Co.

Hunsaker, J. & Hunsaker, P. 1990. STRATEGIES AND SKILLS FOR

     MANAGERIAL WOMEN. Cincinnati: South-Western Publishing Co.

Konrad, W. 6 Aug. 1990. Welcome to the women-friendly company.

     BUSINESS WEEK, 48-55.

Loughran, T. 1991, Winter. Corning tries to break the glass

     ceiling. BUSINESS & SOCIETY REVIEW. pp. 52-55.

McBroom, P. 1992. THE THIRD SEX. New York:  Paragon House.

Mills  A. & Tancred, P. 1992. GENDERING ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS.

     Newbury Park:  Sage.

Morrison, A. & Von Glinow, M. 1990. Women and minorities in

     management. AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST, 45: 200-208.

Morrison, A. 1992. THE NEW LEADERS. San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

Morrison, A., White, R. & Van Velsor, E. 1987. BREAKING THE 

     GLASS CEILING. Greensboro: Center for Creative Leadership.

Nichols, N. 1993, Jul./Aug. Whatever happened to Rosie the Riveter?

     pp. 54-57, 60, 62.

Powell, G. 1990. One more time: do female and male managers differ?

     Academy of Management Executive, 4(3): 68-75.

Powell, G. 1993. WOMEN & MEN IN MANAGEMENT. 2nd ed. Newbury Park:

     Sage.

Raynolds, E. 1987. Management women in the corporate workplace:  

     possibilities for the year 2000. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT,

     26(2): 265-276.

Reardon, K. 1993, Mar./Apr. The memo every woman keeps in her desk.

     HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW. pp. 16-18.

Rizzo, A. & Mendez, C. 1990. THE INTEGRATION OF WOMEN IN

     MANAGEMENT. New York: Quorum Books.

Rosener, J. Nov./Dec. 1990. Ways women lead. HARVARD BUSINESS

     REVIEW, 119-125.

Samon, K. Jul. 1991. Great expectations: an update on the Wharton

     women of '80. WORKING WOMAN, 66-72.

Schwartz, F. Jan./Feb. 1989. Management women and the new facts of

     life. HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, 65-76.

Schwartz, F. March/April 1992. Women as a business imperative.

     HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW. 105-113.

Sekaran, U. & Long, F. Eds. 1992. WOMANPOWER:  MANAGING IN TIMES

     OF DEMOGRAPHIC TURBULENCE. Newbury Park: Sage.

Shore, T. 1992. Subtle gender bias in the assessment of managerial 

     potential. SEX ROLES, 27(9/10): 499-512.

Stuart, P. 1992, Nov. What does the glass ceiling cost you? 

     PERSONNEL JOURNAL. pp. 70-78, 80.

Wentling, R. 1992. Women in middle manaagement:  Their career 

     development and aspirations. BUSINESS HORIZONS, 35(1): 47-54.







CAREER PLANNING



Andrew, C., Coderre, C. & Denis, A. 1990. Stop or go: reflections 

     of women managers on factors influencing their career

     development. JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS, 9: 361-367.

Gates, A. 1992, Apr. A guide to changing careers in the 90s. 

     WORKING WOMAN. pp. 57-62+.

Gustafson, S. &  Magnusson, D. 1991. FEMALE LIFE CAREERS:  A 

     PATTERN APPROACH. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc.

Gutek, B. & Larwood, L. 1987. WOMEN'S CAREER DEVELOPMENT. Newbury

     Park: Sage.

Konek, C. & Kitch, S. 1993. WOMEN AND CAREERS. Newbury Park: Sage.

Mahoney, S. July/Aug. 1991. Job watch 2000: paths of glory. 

     EXECUTIVE FEMALE, 44-48.

McGarvey, R. March/April 1991. No vacancy. EXECUTIVE FEMALE, 26-29.

Nussbaum, B. 7 Oct. 1991. A career survival kit. BUSINESS WEEK, 98-

     104.

Schneer, J. & Reitman, F. 1990. Effects of employment gaps on the

     careers of MBAs: more damaging for men than for women? ACADEMY

     OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 33: 391-406.

Wyen, E. 1992, Nov./Dec. No promotion in sight? Now to move ahead

     anyway. EXECUTIVE FEMALE. pp. 29-30, 57.







CHALLENGES FACING WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT



Blum, L. & Smith, V. 1988. Women's mobility in the corporation:

     a critique of the politics of optimism. SIGNS, 13(3): 

Fierman, J. 30 July 1990. Whey women stil don't hit the top.

     FORTUNE, 40, 42, 46, 50, 54,58, 62.

Forbes, J., Piercy, J. & Hays, T. Nov./Dec. 1988. Women executives:

     breaking down barriers? BUSINESS HORIZONS, 6-9.

Solomon, C. April 1990. Careers under glass. PERSONNEL JOURNAL,

     97-105.







EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND WORK FORCE DIVERSITY



Baytos, L. 1992. Launching successful diversity initiatives.

     HRMAGAZINE, 37(3): 91-94.

Cohen, J. Jan. 1991. Managing tomorrow's workforce today.

     MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 17-21.

Coil, J. & Rice, C. 1993. Managing work-force diversity in the 

     nineties:  The impact of the Civil Rights Act of 1991.

     EMPLOYEE RELATIONS LAW JOURNAL, 18(4): 547-565.

Cox, T. 1991. The multicultural organization. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT

     EXECUTIVE, 5: 34-47.

Dickson, R. Jan./Feb. 1992. The business of equal opportunity.

     HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, 46-53.

Galagan, P. 1993, Apr. Navigating the differences. TRAINING &

     DEVELOPMENT. pp. 28-30.

Gold, M. 1993. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LAW OF EMPLOYMENT

     DISCRIMINATION. Ithaca: ILR Press.

Jackson, S. 1993. DIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE. New York: Guilford

     Publications.

Leonard, W. 1991. Ways to make diversity programs work.

     HRMAGAZINE, 36(4): 37-39, 98.

Livingston, A. Jan. 1991. 12 companies that do the right thing.

     WORKING WOMAN, 57, 59, 61.

Loden, M. & Rosener, J. 1991. WORKFORCE AMERICA! MANAGING EMPLOYEE

     DIVERSITY AS A VIAL RESOURCE.  Homewood, IL: Business One

     Irwin.

Mandell, B. & Kohler-Gray, S. March 1990. Management development

     that values diversity, PERSONNEL, 41-47.

Mullens, M. 1992, Mar. 2. Passionate about diversity. INDUSTRY 

     WEEK. pp. 26-27.

Overman, S. 1991. Managing the diverse workforce. HRMAGAZINE,

     36(4):32-36. 

Santora, J. Sept. 1991. Kinney shoe steps into diversity. 

     PERSONNEL JOURNAL, 72, 74.

Songer, N. April-June 1991. Work force diversity. BUSINESS &

     ECONOMIC REVIEW, 3-6.

Thomas, R.R. 1991. BEYOND RACE AND GENDER:  UNLEASHING THE POWER

     OF YOUR TOTAL WORK FORCE BY MANAGING DIVERSITY. New

York:

     Amacom.







MENTORING



Burke, R. & McKeen, C. 1990. Mentoring in organizations: 

     implications for women. JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS, 9:

     317-332.

Dunbar, D. March 1990. Desperately seeking mentors. BLACK 

     ENTERPRISE, 53-56.

Kizelos, P. April 1990. Take my mentor, please! TRAINING,

     49-55.

Kram, K.E. 1986. Mentoring in the workplace. In D.T. Hall and 

     associates (Eds.), CAREER DEVELOPMENT IN ORGANIZATIONS:

     160-201. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Noe, R. 1988. Women and mentoring: a review and research agenda.

     ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 13(1): 65-78.

Ragins, B. 1993, Apr. Wanted: mentors for women. PERSONNEL

     JOURNAL.  p. 20.

Ragins, B. & Cotton, J. 1991. Easier said than done:  gender

     differences in perceived barriers to gaining a mentor.

     THE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 34: 939-951.

Thomas, D. 1990. Mentoring and irrationality:  the role of 

     racial taboos. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 28: 279-290.

Wilson, J. & Elman, N. 1990. Organizational benefits of mentoring.

     ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT EXECUTIVE, 4(4): 88-93.







NETWORKING



Brass, D. 1985. Men's and women's networks:  a study of interaction

     patterns and influence in an organization. ACADEMY OF

     MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 28: 327-343.

Denton, T. 1990. Bonding and supportive relationships among black

     professional women: rituals of restoration. JOURNAL OF 

     ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 11: 447-457.

Feiring, C. & Coates, D. 1987. Social networks and gender

     differences in the life space of opportunity: introduction.

     SEX ROLES, 17: 611-619.

Gillam, L. Fall 1989. The art of networking. CAREER WOMAN, 16.

Ibarra, H. 1993, Jan. Personal networks of women and minorities in

     management:  a conceptual framework. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT

     REVIEW. pp. 56-87.

Leigh, B. July/Aug. 1988. Winning webs. INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT,

     26-28.

Pearson, J. May 1989. Network your way to the top! THE TOASTMASTER,

     8-11.

Sonnenberg, F. 1990. The professional (and personal) profits of 

     networking. TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL, 44(9): 55-59.







POWER, ASSERTIVENESS, AND TOKENISM



(Also see chapters of books by Carr-Ruffino, Duke & Sitterly, and

Hunsaker & Hunsaker listed under the "General" heading and chapter

of book by Whetton & Cameron listed under "Stress Management."



Davis, K., Leijenaar, M. & Oldersma, J. 1991. THE GENDER OF POWER.

     Newbury Park: Sage.

Kanter, R. 1977. MEN AND WOMEN OF THE CORPORATION. New York: Basic

     Books, 164-199.

Morgan, P. & Baker, H.K. 1985. Building a professional image:

     learning assertiveness. SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT, 30(8):

     15-19.

Morgenroth, W. & Morgenroth, R. July-Sept. 1986. Assertiveness on

     the job. BUSINESS & ECONOMIC REVIEW. 30-34.

Rakos, R. 1990. ASSERTIVE BEHAVIOR: THEORY, RESEARCH, AND TRAINING.

     New York: Routledge.

Raudsepp, E. 1992, June. Are you properly assertive? SUPERVISION,

     53:17-18.

Rogers, L. Sept. 1989. Getting heard:  how to communicate with

     power. NEW WOMAN, 102.

Yoder, J. 1991. Rethinking tokenism:  looking beyond numbers.

     GENDER & SOCIETY, 5(2): 178-192.

Townend, A. 1991. DEVELOPING ASSERTIVENESS. New York: Routledge.







ROMANCE, CORPORATE



Anderson, C. & Hunsaker, P. Feb. 1985. Why there's romancing at the

     office and why it's everybody's problem. PERSONNEL, 57-63.

Kennedy, M. Jan./Feb. 1989. Corporate politics can be dangerous and

     dirty. Her's how to come out alive--and thrive. EXECUTIVE 

     FEMALE, 23-25, 63.

Solomon, J. 22 Aug. 1990. Love at the workplace, but no labor's

     lost. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, B1.

Westhoff, L Feb. 1986. What to do about corporate romance.       

     MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 50-55.





SEXUAL HARASSMENT



Burns, J. 1993. Sexual harassment: Is it always unwelcome?  

     EMPLOYEE RELATIONS LAW JOURNAL, 18: 681-686.

Ford & McLaughlin, F. 1988. Sexual harassment at work. BUSINESS

     HORIZONS, 31(6): 14-19.

Fritz, N. Feb. 1989. In focus: sexual harassment and the working

     woman. PERSONNEL, 4-8.

Galen, M. Weber, J. & Cuneo, A. 18 Oct. 1991. Sexual harassment:

     out of the shadows. BUSINESS WEEK, 30-31.

Gold, D. & Unger, B. 1993. What is the definition of sexual 

     harassment and what steps can a company take to maintain a

     work environment that is free from sexual harassment?

     EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS TODAY, 20: 129-131.

Lengnick-Hall, M. 1992. Checking out sexual harassment claims.

     HRMAGAZINE, 37(3): 77-81.

MacKinnon, C. 1992. Sexual harassment: the experience.  In M. 

     Eskanazi & D. Gallen (Eds.), SEXUAL HARASSMENT: KNOW YOUR

     RIGHTS! (pp. 23-60). New York: Carroll & Graf.

Meyer, A. 1992. Getting to the heart of sexual harassment.

     HRMAGAZINE, 37(7): 82-84.

Moskal, B. 1991, Nov. 18. Sexual harassment: An update. INDUSTRY

     WEEK. pp. 37-38, 40-41.

Robinson, R., Allen, B. & McClure, G. 1993. Sexual harassment in

     the workplace:  A review of the legal rights and

     responsibilities of all parties. PUBLIC PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT,

     22: 123-135.

Sandroff, R. 1992, June. Sexual harassment: The inside story. 

     WORKING WOMAN, pp. 47-51.

Segal, T. & Schiller, Z. 1991, Oct 28. Six experts suggest ways to

     negotiate the minefield. BUSINESS WEEK, p. 33.

Solomon, C. 1991. Sexual harassment after the Thomas hearings. 

     PERSONNEL JOURNAL, 70(12): 32, 34-36.

Spann, J. 1990. Dealing effectively with sexual harassment: some

     practical lessons from one city's experience, PUBLIC PERSONNEL

     MANAGEMENT, 19(1): 53-69.

Stringer, D, Remick, H. & Ginorio, A. 1990. The power and reasons

     behind sexual harassment:  an employer's guide to solutions.

     PUBLIC PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, 19(1): 43-51.

Stuart, P. 1991. Prevent sexual harassment in your work force. 

     PERSONNEL JOURNAL, 70(12): 34.

Templin, N. 18 Oct. 1991. As women assume more power, charges 

     filed by men may rise. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, B3.

Terpstra, D & Baker, D. 1992. Outcomes of federal court decisions

     on sexual harassment. THE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 35:

     181-190.

Wagner, E. 1992. SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE. New York:

     Creative Solutions, Inc.





SOCIALIZATION AND GENDER STEREOTYPES



Andersen, M.  1988. THINKING ABOUT WOMEN: SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES

     ON SEX AND GENDER. 2nd ed. New York: Macmillan.

Brenner, O., Tomkiewicz, J. & Schein, V. 1989. The relationship

     between sex role stereotypes and requisite management

     characteristics. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 32: 662-669.

Ferguson, H. 1985. A STUDY OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF AMERICAN

     INDIAN PROFESSIONAL WOMEN IN OKLAHOMA. Columbus:  Ohio State

     University.

Hamilton, P. 1993. Running in place. DUN & BRADSTREET REPORTS, 42:

     24-26.

Heilman, M., Block, C., Simon, M. & Martell, R. 1989. Has anything

     changed?  current characterization of men, women, and

     managers. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, 74: 935-42.

Hyde, J. 1985. HALF THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN. 

     3rd ed. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath & Co.

Jacklin, C. 1989. Female and male:  issues of gender. AMERICAN

     PSYCHOLOGIST, 64:127-133.



Johnson, A. Dec. 1987. Women managers: old stereotypes die hard.

     MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 31-43.

Powell, G. 1990. One more time: Do female and male managers differ?

     ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT EXECUTIVE, 4(3): 68-75.

Unger, R. & Crawford, M. 1992. WOMEN AND GENDER: A FEMINIST 

     PSYCHOLOGY. New York: McGraw-Hill.







STRESS MANAGEMENT



Barnett, R., Biener, L. & Baruch, G. (Eds.) 1987. GENDER AND

     STRESS. New York:  The Free Press.

Braicker, H. 1988. Does superwoman have it the worst? WORKING

     WOMAN, 13(8): 65.

Carr-Ruffino, N. THE PROMOTABLE WOMAN. 2nd ed. Belmont, CA: 

     Wadsworth. pp. 135-163.

Cranwell-Ward, J. 1990. THRIVING ON STRESS. London: Routledge.

Jick, T. & Mitz, L. 1985. Sex differences in work stress.  The

     ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW. 10(3): 408-420.

Nelson, D. & Quick, J. 1985. Professional women:  are distress and

     disease inevitable? THE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 10(2):

     206-218.

Piotrkowski, C. & Staines, G. 1990. Job stress and the family.

     BUSINESS INSIGHTS, 7(1).

Whetton, D. & Cameron, K. 1991. DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT SKILLS. 2nd

     ed. New York: Harper-Collins, 92-157.







WOMEN IN INTERNATIONAL AND MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT



Adler, N. & Izraeli, D. 1988. WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT WORLDWIDE. New

     York: M.E. Sharpe.

Jelinek, M. & Adler, N. 1988. Women: world class managers for

     global competition. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT EXECUTIVE, 2(1): 11-

     19.

Kirk, W. & Maddox, R. 1988. International management: The new 

     frontier for women. PERSONNEL, 65: 46-49.

Rossman, M. 1990. THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSWOMAN OF THE 1990S.

     New York: Praeger.







WOMEN OF COLOR IN MANAGEMENT OR ADMINISTRATIVE

POSITIONS--GENERAL



Alexander, K. 25 July 1990. Both racism and sexism block the path

     to management for minority women. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, B1,

     B5.

Edwards, A. Jan./Feb. 1992. The mindset of black success. EXECUTIVE

     FEMALE, 46-48.

Feldman, D. Aug. 1989. Women of color build a rainbow of

     opportunity. MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 18-20.

Gordus, J. & Oshiro, M. 1986. Ethnic-minority women in the private

     corporation: the case of officials and managers. In W. Van

     Horne (Ed.), ETHNICITY AND WOMEN: 157-183. Madison: Board of

     Regents of the University of Wisconsin.

Minerbrook, S. 1990. Gender-line tensions. EMERGE, OUR VOICE IN

     TODAY'S WORLD, 1(3):32-36.

Nkomo, S. 1988.  Race and sex: the forgotten case of the black

     female manager. In S. Rose & L. Larwood (Eds.) WOMEN'S CAREERS

     PATHWAYS AND PITFALLS, 133-150. New York: Praeger.

Ray, E. 1988. The concrete ceiling. EXECUTIVE FEMALE, 11(6): 34-38.

Ramos, M. 1981. A STUDY OF BLACK WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT.  Amherst: 

     University of Massachusetts.







WORK/FAMILY BALANCE



Abrams, A. 1993, Jul.-Sept. The Family & Medical Leave Act of 1993.

     BUSINESS & ECONOMIC REVIEW. pp. 29-30.

Adolph, B. 1993. Life cycle benefits. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS JOURNAL,

     18: 13-20.

Baron, A. Sept./Oct. 1987. Working partners: career committed

     mothers and their husbands. BUSINESS HORIZONS, 45-50.

Batchelder, N. & Brossman, W. 1993. How to prepare for mandated

     family leave. JOURNAL OF COMPENSATION & BENEFITS, 8: 5-9.

Bem, D. Fall 1987. A consumer's guide to dual-career marriages.

     ILR REPORT, 10-12.

Connelly, J. 1990. 24 Sept. How dual income couples cope.

     FORTUNE, 129-136.

Crosby, F. 1991. JUGGLING. New York: The Free Press.

Friedman, D. 1990. Work and family: the new strategic plan.

     HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING. 13(2): 79-90.

Falinski, E., Friedman, D. & Hernandez, C. 1992. THE CORPORATE

     REFERENCE GUIDE TO WORK-FAMILY PROGRAMS. New York:

Families

     and Work Institute.

Foegen, J. 1990. Solving the employee child day-care dilemma.

     DIE CASTING MANAGEMENT, 8(6): 39-40.

Geber, B. 1993. The bendable, flexible, open-minded manager. 

     TRAINING, 30: 46-52.

Hall, D. Winter 1990. Promoting work/family balance: an 

     organization-change approach. ORGANIZATIONAL DYNAMICS,

     18: 4-18.

Hall, D. & Richter, J. 1988. Balancing work life and home life: 

     what can organizations do to help? ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT

     EXECUTIVE, 2: 213-223.

Hewlett, S. Jan. 1989. Family support policy? consult the bottom 

     line. MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 56-58.

Hochschild, A. & Machung, A. 1989. THE SECOND SHIFT. New York:

     Viking.

Lobel, S. 1991. Allocation of investment in work and family 

     roles:  alternative theories and implications for research.

     THE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 16: 507-521.

Martinez, M. 1993. Family support makes business sense. HRMAGAZINE,

     38: 38-43.

Mason, J. 1993, Feb. Work-family issues go global. MANAGEMENT 

     REVIEW. p. 9.

McIntosh, S. 1993. Fast-trackers hone family skills. HRMAGAZINE,

     38: 44+.

Milliken, F., Dutton, J. & Beyer, J. 1990. Understanding 

     organizational adaptation to change: the case of work-

     family issues. HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING, 13(2): 91-108.

Newgren, K., Kellogg, C. & Gardner, W. Autumn 1987. Corporate 

     policies affecting dual-career couples. SAM ADVANCED 

     MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 4-8.

Nollen, S. 1989. The work-family dilemma: how HR managers can

     help. PERSONNEL, 66: 25-30.

Reynolds, C. & Bennett, R. March 1991. The career couple challenge.

     PERSONNEL JOURNAL, 46-48.

Ritter, A. March 1990. Dependent care proves profitable. PERSONNEL,

     12-16.

Schneer, J. & Reitman, F. 1993. Effects of alternate family 

     structures on managerial career paths. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT

     JOURNAL, 36(3):830-843.

Schwartz, F. 1992. BREAKING WITH TRADITION. New York: Warner Books.

Solomon, C. Oct. 1991. Marriott's family matters. PERSONNEL 

     JOURNAL. 40-42.

Solomon, C. Aug. 1991. 24-hour employees. PERSONNEL JOURNAL, 56-63.

Smith, M. Jan. 1990. Fighting to have it all. MONEY, 130-135.

Stoner, C. & Hartman, R. May/June 1990. Family responsibilities and

     career progress: the good, the bad, and the ugly.  

     BUSINESS HORIZONS, 7-14.

Trost, C. & Hymowitz, C. 18 June 1990. Careers start giving in

     to family needs. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, B1, B5.

     What do employees really want? July/Aug. 1990. ACROSS THE

     BOARD, 14-21.

Wilson, M., Tolson, T., Hinton, I & Kiernan, M. 1990. Flexibility

     and sharing of childcare duties in black families. SEX ROLES,

     408-423.

Yalow, E. June 1990. Corporate child care helps recruit and retain

     workers. PERSONNEL JOURNAL, 48-54.









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                    Department of Business Administration

                    University of Wisconsin-Platteville

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