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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
2302011
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
2152012
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
1662014
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
1102011
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
1092005
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
1052013
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
742014
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
552017
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
542014
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
482012
The self-sufficiency trap: A critical examination of welfare-to-work
RS Breitkreuz, DL Williamson
Social Service Review 86 (4), 660-689, 2012
462012
The framing of Australian childcare policy problems and their solutions
K Cook, L Corr, R Breitkreuz
Critical Social Policy 37 (1), 42-63, 2017
322017
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
312014
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
282010
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
222011
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
212016
The motherhood sacrifice: Maternal experiences of child care in the Canadian context
RM Horne, RS Breitkreuz
Journal of Family Studies 24 (2), 126-145, 2018
192018
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
172017
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
162013
Who cares? Motivations for unregulated child care use
R Breitkreuz, K Colen
Journal of Family Issues 39 (17), 4066-4088, 2018
122018
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