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Barbara Pocock
Barbara Pocock
Emeritus Professor Business School University of South Australia
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The work/life collision: What work is doing to Australians and what to do about it
B Pocock
Federation Press, 2003
9342003
Work‐life ‘balance’in Australia: Limited progress, dim prospects
B Pocock
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 43 (2), 198-209, 2005
2292005
Work/care regimes: Institutions, culture and behaviour and the Australian case
B Pocock
Gender, Work & Organization 12 (1), 32-49, 2005
2272005
Work—life conflict: Is work time or work overload more important?
N Skinner, B Pocock
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 46 (3), 303-315, 2008
1972008
The labour market ate my babies: Work, children and a sustainable future
B Pocock
Federation Press, 2006
1552006
Time bomb: Work, rest and play in Australia today
B Pocock, N Skinner, P Williams
UNSW Press, 2012
1272012
Fifty families: what unreasonable hours are doing to Australians, their families and their communities: a report commissioned by the Australian Council of Trade Unions
B Pocock, B Pocock
Australian Council of Trade Unions, 2001
1172001
Work‐family and work‐life pressures in Australia: advancing gender equality in “good times”?
B Pocock, S Charlesworth, J Chapman
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 33 (9/10), 594-612, 2013
1072013
Living low paid: the dark side of prosperous Australia
H Masterman-Smith, BA Pocock
Allen & Unwin, 2008
1022008
Strife: Sex and politics in labour unions
B Pocock
(No Title), 1997
1021997
Building ‘community’for different stages of life: physical and social infrastructure in master planned communities
P Williams, B Pocock
Community, work & family 13 (1), 71-87, 2010
1002010
Flexibility and work-life interference in Australia
N Skinner, B Pocock
Journal of Industrial Relations 53 (1), 65-82, 2011
962011
Demanding skill: women and technical education in Australia
B Pocock
Allen & Unwin Australia, 1988
841988
Conceptualizing work, family and community: a socio‐ecological systems model, taking account of power, time, space and life stage
B Pocock, P Williams, N Skinner
British Journal of Industrial Relations 50 (3), 391-411, 2012
832012
A framework for adaptation Australian households to heat waves
W Saman, J Boland, S Pullen, R de Dear, V Soebarto, W Miller, B Pocock, ...
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility [NCCARF Publication 87/13], 2013
822013
Work, life and workplace flexibility: The Australian work and life index 2009
B Pocock, N Skinner, R Ichii
Centre for Work+ Life, University of South Australia, 11, 2009
792009
How much should we work?: working hours, holidays and working life: the participation challenge
B Pocock, N Skinner, SL Pisaniello
Centre for Work+ Life, University of South Australia, 2010
762010
Meeting the challenge of casual work in Australia: evidence, past treatment and future policy
B Pocock, J Buchanan, I Campbell
Australian Bulletin of Labour 30 (1), 16-32, 2004
762004
Institutional sclerosis: Prospects for trade union transformation
B Pocock
Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work 9 …, 1998
761998
Only a casual... how casual work affects employees households and communities in Australia
BA Pocock, RW Prosser, KJ Bridge
Labour Studies, School of Social Sciences, 2004
752004
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