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Identifying how pre-existing resources combine to shape the experiences of work and family life of a diverse sample of working parents with at least one child in primary school in Scotland during COVID-19 pandemic-related social restrictions: a qualitative descriptive design (2024)
Journal Article
McQueen, F., & Osborn, S. (2024). Identifying how pre-existing resources combine to shape the experiences of work and family life of a diverse sample of working parents with at least one child in primary school in Scotland during COVID-19 pandemic-related social restrictions: a qualitative descriptive design. BMJ Open, 14(6), Article e078850. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-078850

Objectives: This study aimed to identify factors that shaped working parents (WPs’) experiences of COVID-19-related social restrictions and analyse the relationships between those factors. Design: A qualitative descriptive design was used to collect... Read More about Identifying how pre-existing resources combine to shape the experiences of work and family life of a diverse sample of working parents with at least one child in primary school in Scotland during COVID-19 pandemic-related social restrictions: a qualitative descriptive design.

Re-configuring the jigsaw puzzle: Balancing time, pace, place and space of work in the Covid-19 era (2023)
Journal Article
Grant, K., McQueen, F., Osborn, S., & Holland, P. (in press). Re-configuring the jigsaw puzzle: Balancing time, pace, place and space of work in the Covid-19 era. Economic and Industrial Democracy, https://doi.org/10.1177/0143831x231195686

Drawing on the principles of Conservation of Resources (COR) theory and the Work–Home Resources (W-HR) model, this research captured the lived experiences of 19 parents from across Scotland during and after the Covid-19 pandemic. The data were derive... Read More about Re-configuring the jigsaw puzzle: Balancing time, pace, place and space of work in the Covid-19 era.