Sex, Career and Family: Including an International Review of Women's Roles

By Michael P. Fogarty; Rhona Rapoport et al. | Go to book overview

Name Index
Adams, M., 442
Allen, I., 30, 396, 404, 433, 438, 445, 455, 463, 466
Allen, J., 30, 392, 494
Altus, W. D., 314, 333
Amir, Y., 141, 143
Andrews, P. W. S., 128, 422
Anger, H., 136, 410
Ansoff, H. I., 459
Aregger, C. E., 28, 120, 121, 132, 133, 140, 146, 157, 178, 183, 439, 523, 533
Antonovsky, I. A., 143
Babchuk, N., 362, 382
Bailyn, L., 187, 234, 237, 260, 270, 274, 276, 279, 298, 301, 333
Bales, R. F., 149
Banducci, R., 311, 333
Barnard, C., 149, 150
Barnard, J., 130, 186, 234
Bates, A. P., 362, 382
Bauer, R. A., 72, 73, 74, 81, 85, 118
Beier, H., 94
Bell, D., 33, 183
Ben-David, J., 206
Bereday, G. Z., 81
Bergestal, M., 383
Bettelheim, B., 141, 149, 191
Betts, R., 126
Biddle, B. J., 184
Bienstock, G., 93
Bird, C., 106
Birren, J. E., 450, 452
Bishbein, M., 382
Blackstone, T., 145
Blomfield, J. M., 141
Blood, R. O., 29, 140
Borgatta, M. L., 382, 383
Bott, E., 241, 298, 352, 382
Bowen, W. G., 112, 113
Bowers, J., 113
Bowlby, J., 27, 87, 102, 141, 176, 183
Bradburn, S. R., 253, 276, 298
Bradley, R. W., 314, 333
Brejchova, J., 48, 56
Brock, J., 136, 178, 184
Bronfenbrenner, U., 149
Brunel, I. K., 186, 234
Burckhardt, J., 491
Burns, T., 424
Bush-Brown, H., 149
Butler, J. R., 189, 234
Cabrini, Sister M., 449, 451
Cain, G. P., 113
Castle, B., 135
Cazacu, H., 56
Chown, S., 451
Clark, D. G., 127
Clark, F. LeCros, 453
Clark, S. M., 130, 393
Clausen, R., 428, 534
Cogswell, B. E., 189, 234
Coler, M. A., 149
Craig, C., 127, 522
Curtis, H., 457, 458
Cussler, M., 407
Dahlström, E., 102, 106, 141, 147
Daiches, L., 81
D'Andrade, R., 336, 382
Davis, J. A., 181, 183, 188, 553
Demant, V. A., 410

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