"Having It All" by Arlie Hochschild.
In Arlie Hochschild's novel, The Time Bind: When Work Becomes Home and Home Becomes Work, the central premise is that American family life is increasingly spread into small slices of time with much rushing from task to task in order to meet the family's needs. This causes a "time bind" with respect to the time that Americans spend with their children. This premise leads one to ask the question, "Can anyone have it all?" This question is very subjective as the meaning of "having it all" changes with age and depends on one's status. But the very core of "having it all" relies on one bein…
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