Anne Roeters
Anne Roeters
Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau
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Work characteristics and parent‐child relationship quality: the mediating role of temporal involvement
A Roeters, T Van Der Lippe, ES Kluwer
Journal of Marriage and family 72 (5), 1317-1328, 2010
Parental work demands and the frequency of child‐related routine and interactive activities
A Roeters, T Van Der Lippe, ES Kluwer
Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (5), 1193-1204, 2009
Child Care Time, Parents’ Well-Being, and Gender: Evidence from the American Time Use Survey
A Roeters, P Gracia
Journal of Child and Family Studies 25 (8), 2469–2479, 2016
Childcare and parental work schedules: a comparison of childcare arrangements among Finnish, British and Dutch dual-earner families
M Verhoef, M Tammelin, V May, A Rönkä, A Roeters
Community, work & family 19 (3), 261-280, 2016
Part-time work, women’s work–life conflict, and job satisfaction: A cross-national comparison of Australia, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, and the United Kingdom
A Roeters, L Craig
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 55 (3), 185-203, 2014
Parenthood and well-being: The moderating role of leisure and paid work
A Roeters, JJ Mandemakers, M Voorpostel
European Journal of Population 32 (3), 381-401, 2016
Fast or slow food? Explaining trends in food-related time in the Netherlands, 1975–2005
JJ Mandemakers, A Roeters
Acta Sociologica 58 (2), 121-137, 2015
Cross-national differences in the association between parental work hours and time with children in Europe: a multilevel analysis
A Roeters
Social indicators research 110 (2), 637-658, 2013
Parental work characteristics and time with children: The moderating effects of parent’s gender and children’s age
A Roeters, T Van der Lippe, E Kluwer, W Raub
International Sociology 27 (6), 846-863, 2012
Parental work demands and parent-child, family, and couple leisure in Dutch families: What gives?
A Roeters, JK Treas
Journal of Family Issues 32 (3), 269-291, 2011
De toekomst tegemoet: leren, werken, zorgen, samenleven en consumeren in het Nederland van later
A van den Broek, C van Campen, J de Haan, A Roeters, M Turkenburg, ...
Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau, 2016
Gender differences in the quality of leisure: A cross-national comparison
MA Yerkes, A Roeters, J Baxter
Community, Work & Family 23 (4), 367-384, 2020
Parent–Child Activities, Paid Work Interference, and Child Mental Health
A Roeters, K van Houdt
Family Relations 68 (2), 232-245, 2019
Reasons to reduce: A vignette-experiment examining men and women’s considerations to scale back following childbirth
L van Breeschoten, A Roeters, T van der Lippe
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 25 (2 …, 2018
Couples’ work schedules and child-care use in the Netherlands
M Verhoef, A Roeters, T Van der Lippe
Journal of Child and Family Studies 25 (4), 1119-1130, 2016
Family life under pressure
A Roeters
Parents’ paid work and the quantity and quality of parent-child and family time, 2010
Zorg voor het huishouden en anderen
A Roeters
Een week in kaart: Editie 2, 2019
SA Perez en A. de Boer (2016). De combinatie van betaalde arbeid en zorgtaken
A Roeters
W. Portegijs en M. van den Brakel (red.), Emancipatiemonitor, 2016
Solitary time and mental health in the Netherlands
A Roeters, M Cloïn, T van der Lippe
Social Indicators Research 119 (2), 925-941, 2014
Family life under pressure? Parents' paid work and the quantity and quality of parent-child and family time
A Roeters
Utrecht University, 2010
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