Enhancing sleep and wellbeing in working families
Grant number: DP180101217 | Funding period: 2018 - 2021
This project aims to investigate the role of sleep on individuals’ health by measuring Australians' sleep patterns relative to work and family demands. This project expects to generate new knowledge in the sociology of sleep using innovative data collection bringing together cross-national, nationally representative, longitudinal and physiological data on Australians’ sleep patterns. Expected outcomes of this project are to identify the social and biological determinants of sleep and their links with health, family and economic policy recommendations.
Related publications (7)
Do psychosocial job stressors differentially affect the sleep quality of men and women? A study using the HILDA Survey
AJ Scovelle, T King, M Shields, A O'Neil, T Lallukka, B Hewitt, A Milner
The aim of this study was to investigate whether gender was an effect modifier of the relationship between three psychosocial job ..
Emotional and financial health during COVID-19: The role of housework, employment and childcare in Australia and the United States
Leah Ruppanner, Xiao Tan, Andrea Carson, Shaun RATCLIFF
During the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world witnessed major economic, school, and daycare closures. We sampled..
Expensive Childcare and Short School Days = Lower Maternal Employment and More Time in Childcare? Evidence from the American Time Use Survey.
Leah Ruppanner, Stephanie Moller, Liana Sayer
This study investigates the relationship between maternal employment and state-to-state differences in childcare cost and mean sch..