Rhonda Breitkreuz
Rhonda Breitkreuz
Professor, Human Ecology, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
TitleCited byYear
Worlds apart? Rebridging the distance between family science and family business research
AE James, JE Jennings, RS Breitkreuz
Family Business Review 25 (1), 87-108, 2012
1592012
From financial hardship to child difficulties: Main and moderating effects of perceived social support
D McConnell, R Breitkreuz, A Savage
Child: care, health and development 37 (5), 679-691, 2011
1332011
Engendering citizenship-A critical feminist analysis of Canadian welfare-to-work policies and the employment experiences of lone mothers
RS Breitkreuz
J. Soc. & Soc. Welfare 32, 147, 2005
842005
Resilience in families raising children with disabilities and behavior problems
D McConnell, A Savage, R Breitkreuz
Research in developmental disabilities 35 (4), 833-848, 2014
822014
Interpreter-facilitated cross-language interviews: a research note
DL Williamson, J Choi, M Charchuk, GR Rempel, N Pitre, R Breitkreuz, ...
Qualitative research 11 (4), 381-394, 2011
722011
When family members are also business owners: Is entrepreneurship good for families?
JE Jennings, RS Breitkreuz, AE James
Family Relations 62 (3), 472-489, 2013
692013
Theories from family science: A review and roadmap for family business research
JE Jennings, RS Breitkreuz, AE James
The SAGE handbook of family business, 25-46, 2014
422014
Independent evaluation of the Triple P Positive Parenting Program in family support service settings
D McConnell, R Breitkreuz, A Savage
Child & Family Social Work 17 (1), 43-54, 2012
392012
The self-sufficiency trap: A critical examination of welfare-to-work
RS Breitkreuz, DL Williamson
Social Service Review 86 (4), 660-689, 2012
272012
Rethinking resilience in families of children with disabilities: A socioecological approach
R Breitkreuz, L Wunderli, A Savage, D McConnell
Community, Work & Family 17 (3), 346-365, 2014
242014
Dis-integrated policy: welfare-to-work participants' experiences of integrating paid work and unpaid family work
RS Breitkreuz, DL Williamson, KD Raine
Community, Work & Family 13 (1), 43-69, 2010
192010
Integrating Triple P into existing family support services: A case study on program implementation
R Breitkreuz, D McConnell, A Savage, A Hamilton
Prevention Science 12 (4), 411-422, 2011
172011
The framing of Australian childcare policy problems and their solutions
K Cook, L Corr, R Breitkreuz
Critical social policy 37 (1), 42-63, 2017
162017
Anticipating parenthood: Women's and men's meanings, expectations, and idea (l) s in Canada
K Eastlick Kushner, N Pitre, DL Williamson, R Breitkreuz, G Rempel
Marriage & Family Review 50 (1), 1-34, 2014
152014
The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme: A Policy Solution to Rural Poverty in India?
R Breitkreuz, CJ Stanton, N Brady, J Pattison‐Williams, ED King, C Mishra, ...
Development Policy Review 35 (3), 397-417, 2017
142017
Parent needs and family support service outcomes in a Canadian sample
D McConnell, R Breitkreuz, A Savage
Journal of Social Work 13 (5), 447-470, 2013
132013
Sustainable family care for children with disabilities
D McConnell, A Savage, R Breitkreuz, D Sobsey
Journal of child and family studies 25 (2), 530-544, 2016
82016
On shifting ground: First-time parents’ ideal world of paid work and family time
KE Kushner, N Sopcak, R Breitkreuz, N Pitre, DL Williamson, G Rempel, ...
Community, Work & Family 20 (2), 119-141, 2017
72017
Come into my life and see how it really is": Social assistance recipients' experiences of marginalization and attempts to achieve social inclusion through market citizenship
RS Breitkreuz, DL Williamson
Life on the margins: Implications for health research, 40-57, 2006
62006
Children with disabilities and the fabric of everyday family life
D McConnell, RS Breitkreuz, B Uditsky
University of Alberta, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, 2015
52015
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