Managing Success: High-Echelon Careers and Motherhood

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Index
Adams, Carolyn Teich, 94
Affirmative action, 3
Androgyny, 46
Anna, portrait, 14
Autonomy, 160; see also Financial arrangements
Baby-boom generation, 2, 84
Babynurse, description of, 125
Background characteristics, common of successful women, 26; see also Family background
Barnett, Rosalind C., 25-26, 34, 36, 37, 56, 65, 85, 115, 152, 153, 159
Baruch, Grace K., 25-26, 34, 36, 37, 56, 65, 85, 115, 152, 153, 159
Beardsley, Elizabeth Lane, 46
Bernard, Jessie, 73
Bernstein, Maurine, 91, 114
Birch, Herbert G., 85
Burke, W. Warner, 46
Caplan, Paula J., 85
Career: first priority of career women, 51, 113, 117, 154, 158; importance of, 152-53; see also Work
Career women, successful: as general managers, 4, 10, 51, 72, 117; require partnership with husbands, 60, 65, 150; economic advantage to marriage, 70, 150; add prestige and status to marriage, 71, 150; responsibility for child care and household, 71- 72, 151; extended absence from work, negative effect on, 99; need for affirmation of their mothering, 83, 114
Carlson, Bonnie E., 92
Catherine, portrait, 20
Chess, Stella, 85, 155
Child care: area of vulnerability, 83, 86, 153; and critical public opinion, 90-91, 152; delegation of, as major strategy, 115; national policy toward, 154-55; see also Working mothers; Motherhood
Child development theories, and new family lifestyles, 84, 155
Children, importance of, 55, 113- 15, 117, 153
Columbia University Graduate School of Business, 2
Commitment: key to energy, 38, 52, 159; to family, 52; reasons for, 52; to work, 52
Competent Woman, The ( Barnett and Baruch), 26, 34
Complaining, 29, 31, 61-62, 73

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Portraits of the Main Informants 13
  • 2 - Functioning: The I" Vs. the Sustaining Crowd" 27
  • 3 - The Husbands 55
  • 4 - Financial Arrangements 75
  • 5 - Maternity and the Child 83
  • 6 - The Green Card Ladies" and the Nursemaid" 119
  • 7 - Social Activity and the Country House 131
  • 8 - Summary 147
  • Appendix 163
  • Bibliography 177
  • Index 183
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