Reimagining Care/Work Policies


We are producing a wide range of knowledge outputs for academics, researchers, policy experts, community service providers,  and the general public. Here you will find books, journal articles and book chapters, selected presentations and panels, and reports. The RC/W has partially or fully funded these outputs.

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What Care and Gender Equality Concepts Are We Using in Parental Leave Research? Translating Feminist Care Theories into Research Methods on Gender Divisions and Relations of Care/Work

Doucet, A. (2023)

Parental Leave in Québec: Recent Evolutions

Tremblay, D.-G. & Mathieu, S. (2023)

Beyond “Caregiver Burden”: Reimagining Care in Social Work Research

Urquhart, B. (2023)

COVID, Childcare and Mental Health: A Rural Urban Comparison

Gerhardt, A., McLay, R., & Foster, K. (2023)

Care is Not a Tally Sheet: Reflections on the Care/Work Portrait as a Method for Rethinking and Remaking the Field of Gender Division of Domestic Labour

Doucet, A., Klostermann, J., de Laat, K., Fisher, L., Foster, K., Gibson, M., livingstone, b., Cooper, J., Urquhart, B., & Kader, U. (2023)

Reimagining Care/Work Policies for Diverse Canadian Families

Doucet, A., Prentice, S., Friendly, M., Fuller, S., Cai, M., Mathieu, S., McKay, L., Sasso, M., Thompson, K., Hacioglu, B., Burns, S., Davidson, A., Perlman, M., & White, L. (2023)

From vision to posting: Creating a media-based teachable OER bundle

McKay, L., Sasso, M., Thompson, K, & Mathieu, S. (2023)

The work-family interface and parents’ pandemic mental health: Understanding intersections of gender and high-risk household status

Fuller, S. & Cai, M. (2023)

Living to work (from home): Gender inequality and work/family devotion in the age of overload

de Laat, K. (2023)

What’s Next for Early Learning and Child Care Affordability?

Macdonald, D., Anderson, L., & Beach, J. (2023)

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