Unsociable work? Non standard work schedules, family relationships and children's well-being
Many children live in families where one or both parents work evenings, nights, or weekends. Do these work schedules affect family relationships or well-being? Using cross-sectional survey data from dual-earner Canadian families (N = 4,306) with children
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