Lyn Craig
Lyn Craig
University of Melbourne
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Does father care mean fathers share? A comparison of how mothers and fathers in intact families spend time with children
L Craig
Gender & society 20 (2), 259-281, 2006
How mothers and fathers share childcare: A cross-national time-use comparison
L Craig, K Mullan
American sociological review 76 (6), 834-861, 2011
Parenthood, gender and work‐family time in the United States, Australia, Italy, France, and Denmark
L Craig, K Mullan
Journal of Marriage and Family 72 (5), 1344-1361, 2010
The incremental time costs of children: An analysis of children's impact on adult time use in Australia
L Craig, M Bittman
Feminist Economics 14 (2), 59-88, 2008
Contemporary motherhood: The impact of children on adult time
L Craig
Routledge, 2016
Parental education, time in paid work and time with children: an Australian time‐diary analysis
L Craig
The British journal of sociology 57 (4), 553-575, 2006
Parenthood, policy and work-family time in Australia 1992—2006
L Craig, K Mullan, M Blaxland
Work, Employment and Society 24 (1), 27-45, 2010
How employed mothers in Australia find time for both market work and childcare
L Craig
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 28 (1), 69-87, 2007
Towards intensive parenting? C hanges in the composition and determinants of mothers' and fathers' time with children 1992–2006
L Craig, A Powell, C Smyth
The British journal of sociology 65 (3), 555-579, 2014
Non-standard work schedules, work-family balance and the gendered division of childcare
L Craig, A Powell
Work, Employment and Society 25 (2), 274-291, 2011
Work and family: how does the (gender) balance change as children grow?
L Craig, P Sawrikar
Gender, Work & Organization 16 (6), 684-709, 2009
Children and the revolution: A time-diary analysis of the impact of motherhood on daily workload
L Craig
Journal of Sociology 42 (2), 125-143, 2006
Self-employment, work-family time and the gender division of labour
L Craig, A Powell, N Cortis
Work, employment and society 26 (5), 716-734, 2012
Is there really a second shift, and if so, who does it? A time-diary investigation
L Craig
Feminist review 86 (1), 149-170, 2007
Dual‐earner parent couples’ work and care during COVID‐19
L Craig, B Churchill
Gender, Work & Organization 28, 66-79, 2021
The money or the care: a comparison of couple and sole parent households' time allocation to work and children
L Craig
Australian Journal of Social Issues 40 (4), 521, 2006
“The policeman and the part-time sales assistant”: Household labour supply, family time and subjective time pressure in Australia 1997-2006
L Craig, K Mullan
Journal of Comparative Family Studies 40 (4), 547-561, 2009
Feeling rushed: Gendered time quality, work hours, nonstandard work schedules, and spousal crossover
L Craig, JE Brown
Journal of Marriage and Family 79 (1), 225-242, 2017
Parental leisure time: A gender comparison in five countries
L Craig, K Mullan
Social Politics 20 (3), 329-357, 2013
Where Do They Find the Time? An Analysis of How Parents Shift and Squeeze Their Time around Work and Child Care
L Craig
The Levy Economics Institute's Working Paper No. 439, 2006
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