Zappert

Zap·pert

(tsap'ert),
Julius, Austrian physician, 1867-1942. See: Zappert counting chamber.
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Among strategies that have been proposed, cognitive processing therapy (CPT) has emerged as a viable option across treatment settings (Resick, Monson, & Chard, 2007; Zappert & Westrup, 2008).
In the plethora of books about the work family balance available at Amazon.ca a quick survey of the titles alone conveys the message that finding the balance between work and family is a skill that can be learned if you are committed to doing so: Getting It Right: How Working Mothers Successfully Take Up the Challenge of Life, Family, and Career (Zappert 2001), Briefcase Moms: Ten Proven Practices to Balance Working Mothers' Lives (Martin 2004), and (with the most unabashedly individualistic title) CEO of Me: Creating a Life that Works in the Flexible Job Age (Kossek and Lautsch 2008).
Further, three factors facilitate the occurrence of sexual harassment within university settings: (1) the dearth of women in positions of power; (2) the lack of accountability of faculty members; and (3) the relative autonomy of academics (Dzeich & Weiner, 1984) (see also, Zappert, 1996).
Zappert and Weinstein (1985) found that the female participants in their study worried more about home responsibilities at work and work responsibilities at home than did the male participants.
The piece has long been dismissed, and the discoverer, Georg Zappert, did indeed have a chequered career.
Moreover, a large body of literature in the area of work and family conflict has concluded that increased participation of females in the work force has not led to a reduced role in their family responsibilities (Gutek et al., 1988; Lambert, 1990; Nelson and Quick, 1985; Wiersma, 1990; Zappert and Weinstein, 1985).