Studies among selected public: Working mothers

Number of studies13

ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Berger (2009): study DE 1994
Maternal Employment and Happiness: The Effect of Non-Particpation and Part-time Employment on Mothers' Life Satisfaction.
Mothers aged 20-65, Germany, followed 14 years, 1994-2007
Berger (2013): study DE 1994
Happy Working Mothers? Investigating the Effect of Maternal Employment on Life Satisfaction.
Mothers, Germany, followed 15 years, 1994-2009
Camp (2016): study DE 2005
Family and Labor Market Policies in Germany: The Well-Being of Working Women.
18-62 aged women, Germany, 2005-2009
Ferree (1984): study US 1971
Class, Housework and Happiness: Women's Work and Life Satisfaction.
White married women, USA, 1971-76
Haugen & Blekesaune (2005): study NO 1995
Farm and Off-farm Work and Life Satisfaction among Norwegian Farm Women.
Farm women, Norway, 1995
Jol (1996): study NL 1997
Het Onbehagen bij de Vrouw. (Woman's Discontent).
Mothers, The Netherlands 1997
Joshi (1996): study GB 1991
Combining Employment and Child Rearing: The Story of British Women's Lives.
33 year aged women and husbands, Great Britain,1991
Miller et al. (1991): study US 1956
Motherhood, Multiple Roles, and Maternal Well-Being: Women of the 1950 s.
White married mothers with children under age 13, USA 1956
Parry & Warr (1980): study GB 1975
The Measurement of Mothers' Work Attitudes.
Working class mothers with children under 14, UK, 1975
Shehan (1984): study US 1982
Wives' Work and Psychological Well-Being: An Extension of Gove's Social Role Theory of Depression.
Working mothers of preschool children and non-working controls, USA, 198?
Tiedje et al. (1990): study US 1985
Women with Multiple Roles: Role-Compatibility Perceptions, Satisfaction, and Mental Health.
Married women with a preschool child, USA, 1985
Walters & McKenry (1985): study US 1983
Predictors of Life Satisfaction Among Rural and Urban Employed Mothers: A Research Note.
Employed mothers, rural and urban areas USA,1983
Wong (1985a): study US 1984
Effects of Individual Sources of Support on Well-Being in Employed Parents.
Working parents with children <16, USA, 1984