Killian Mullan
Killian Mullan
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Parenthood, gender and work‐family time in the United States, Australia, Italy, France, and Denmark
L Craig, K Mullan
Journal of Marriage and Family 72 (5), 1344-1361, 2010
3732010
How mothers and fathers share childcare: A cross-national time-use comparison
L Craig, K Mullan
American sociological review 76 (6), 834-861, 2011
3352011
Parenthood, policy and work-family time in Australia 1992—2006
L Craig, K Mullan, M Blaxland
Work, Employment and Society 24 (1), 27-45, 2010
1512010
State of Australia's Young People: A Report on the Social, Economic, Health and Family Lives of Young People.
K Muir, K Mullan, A Powell, S Flaxman, D Thompson, M Griffiths
Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace …, 2009
832009
“The policeman and the part-time sales assistant”: Household labour supply, family time and subjective time pressure in Australia 1997-2006
L Craig, K Mullan
Journal of Comparative Family Studies 40 (4), 547-561, 2009
682009
Shared parent–child leisure time in four countries
L Craig, K Mullan
Leisure Studies 31 (2), 211-229, 2012
602012
Parental leisure time: A gender comparison in five countries
L Craig, K Mullan
Social Politics 20 (3), 329-357, 2013
582013
Being a pretty good citizen: an analysis and monetary valuation of formal and informal voluntary work by gender and educational attainment1
M Egerton, K Mullan
The British journal of sociology 59 (1), 145-164, 2008
522008
Families that read: A time‐diary analysis of young people's and parents' reading
K Mullan
Journal of Research in Reading 33 (4), 414-430, 2010
482010
Lone and partnered mothers’ childcare time within context in four countries
L Craig, K Mullan
European Sociological Review 28 (4), 512-526, 2012
262012
Have mobile devices changed working patterns in the 21st century? A time-diary analysis of work extension in the UK
K Mullan, J Wajcman
Work, Employment and Society 33 (1), 3-20, 2019
242019
Australian fathers’ work and family time in comparative and temporal perspective1
L Craig, K Mullan
Journal of Family Studies 18 (2-3), 165-174, 2012
232012
Young people's time use and maternal employment in the UK1
K Mullan
The British journal of sociology 60 (4), 741-762, 2009
222009
How fathers and mothers share childcare: A cross-national time-use comparison
L Craig, K Mullan
American Sociological Review 76 (6), 834-861, 2011
192011
Technology and children’s screen-based activities in the UK: The story of the millennium so far
K Mullan
Child Indicators Research 11 (6), 1781-1800, 2018
172018
Valuing parental childcare in the United Kingdom
K Mullan
Feminist Economics 16 (3), 113-139, 2010
172010
Harmonizing extended measures of parental childcare in the time-diaries of four countries: Proximity versus responsibility
K Mullan, L Craig
electonic International Journal for Time Use Research 6 (1), 48-72, 2009
162009
A safe and supportive family environment for children: Key components and links to child outcomes
K Mullan, D Higgins
Australian Government Department of Social Services Occasional Paper, 2014
142014
Longitudinal analysis of LSAC time-diary data: Considerations for data users
K Mullan
Department of Social Services, 2014
122014
The stronger families in Australia (SFIA) study: Phase 2
B Edwards, K Mullan, I Katz, D Higgins
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2014
112014
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