SAC presents: Kamala Ramadoss
341 Eggers Hall
Kamala Ramadoss, Assistant Professor, Department of Child and Family studies, Syracuse UniversityWork-family Interface in India
Economic liberalization in India has increased employment opportunities, particularly for women. Women have entered the paid work force in large numbers, leading to increasing numbers of dual-earner households. The results of such a shift on work-family balance have implications for one’s health situation, marital commitment and life satisfaction. This talk examines the ways in which the Frone model of work-family conflict works differently in the context of India, with the goal of designing interventions that will promote better quality of life.
Open to the public
Sponsored by the South Asia Center at the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
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