One more link was added to the website today – to the Center on the Everyday Lives of Families at UCLA in the USA. They describe their Center as follows.

The Center on the Everyday Lives of Families (CELF) is directed by
Dr. Elinor Ochs and situated in the UCLA Department of Anthropology.

It is one of six Sloan Centers on Working Families supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Workplace, Workforce, and Working Families Program on Dual-Career Working Middle Class Families.

CELF is an interdisciplinary center where anthropologists, applied linguists, education specialists, and psychologists study how working parents and their children approach the challenges of balancing the demands of work, school, and family life using detailed, ethnographic research of everyday life. The center has four aims:

1) detailed, ethnographic research on the home life of middle class working families
2) creation of a digital archive of everyday family life
3) providing research training opportunities for scholars of family life
4) informing public dialogue on working family life

On the webpage you can find information about the staff and the research areas of the center, but I was not able to find any announcements or details about their book that I am very interested to read – Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century: 32 Families Open Their Doors. It is actually relatively difficult to purposefully find anything on the website because it does not have a search option. Anyway you can buy this book on Amazon.