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Women's work is never done : comparative studies in caregiving, employment, and social policy reform
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Éditeur Routledge
Année 2002
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Women's work is never done : comparative studies in caregiving, employment, and social policy reform
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Description
208 p. ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Classification Dewey
305.42
Contenu
Normative concepts in Dutch policies on work and care / Selma Sevenhuijsen -- ; It's no longer just about race : social constructions of American citizenship in the Moynihan report / Dionne Bensonsmith -- ; Paying for caring : the gendering consequences of European care allowances for the frail elderly / Jane Jenson -- ; Poverty, social assistance, and the employability of mothers in four Commonwealth countries / Maureen Baker -- ; Road-testing the third way : single mothers and welfare reform during the Clinton, Chrétien, and Blair years / Sylvia Bashevkin -- ; Violating women : rights abuses in the American welfare police state / Gwendolyn Mink -- ; Mandatory "marriage" or obligatory waged work : social assistance and single mothers in Wisconsin and Ontario / Leah F. Vosko
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0-415-93480-X
0-415-93481-8
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