Published July 1, 1997
by Routledge .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
"Single Mothers in an International Context is a timely and controversial study which compares and contrasts the relationship between single mothers and paid work in different welfare states, chosen along a mother-worker continuum: Australia, Britain, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan . Single mothers caring for dependent children are an important and increasing population in industrialized countries. In some, single mothers are seen primarily as mothers and few have paid work; in others, they are regarded as workers and most have paid work; and sometimes they are seen as an uneasy combination of the two with varying proportions taking up paid work.;. Single Mothers in an International Context is a timely and controversial study which compares and contrasts the relationship between single mothers and paid work in different welfare states, chosen along a mother-worker continuum: Australia, Britain, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan and Sweden and the USA. Highlighting the different experiences of single mothers, this unique collection by a. Get this from a library! Single mothers in an international context: mothers or workers?. [Simon Duncan; Rosalind Edwards;] -- This collection explores the variations in the status of single mothers, focusing on the dominant discourses around single motherhood, state policies towards single mothers, the .
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