Ever since the time period Before Christ, men have been the dominant ones among the two genders, being the household leaders and source of income to the family. On the other hand, women were traditionally required by society to stay at home to manage household chores, look after the children, and be
For some time working mothers have been blamed for the neglect of their children,
the breakdown of the family, and the decline of our society. Rather than the female
workforce consisting mainly of women who either have adult children or are childless,
recent decades have witnessed a growi
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In previous generations, women had one role to accomplish; to care for their children. As mothers, women were required to play the role of June Cleaver. Mothers need to care for the children and keep the h
1) Webber, Gretchen and Christine Williams. 2008. “MOTHERS IN “GOOD” AND “BAD” PART-TIME JOBS: Different problems, Same Results”. Gender and Society 22(6): 752-777. (Retrieved from JSTOR on January 16, 2012).
2) The topic of my article is mothers in part-time workforc
Effects of Working Mothers on Family life
This research investigates working mothers and the impact work has on family life. The number of working mothers with dependent children has increased and particularly those with children under the age of five. However, the minority of the mothers are wor
This paper examines the benefits and the negatives of the mother who works either due to financial need or her own desire to do so. Such concerns are whether or not having a working mother negatively affects the children emotionally and/or academically. This paper will explore...
Many women today are facing choices that their mothers never had to face. One
of these choices is whether or not to go back to work after having a child.
This was practically unheard of in the 1950's. In the 1990's it is not whether
the mother will or will not go back to work, r
It is often said that, "Man's work ends at sun set. Women's work is never done." With sixty-three million women working and 62% of those women maintaining families, most women would this statement very true (AFL-CIO). While women are expanding their lives to include a career, they must also maintain
The vast majority of mothers in the world today are working and earning. Where they work may range from the family compound, to nearby fields, to local markets, to industrial parks, to corporate headquarters; but in both developing and developed countries women are economically active, providing sup
According to a research of the Bristol University's Centre for Market and Public Organisation, children whose mothers work full-time while they are in the first few years of primary school are more likely to be obese when they reach 16 than those whose mothers stay home.
Researchers want to draw at
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of working in a group.
A group is more than just a number of people. According to The Oxford Paperback English Dictionary it’s “ a number of people gathered, placed, or classed together for some purpose”. Group work; therefore consist establishing an
Today’s women are once again finding themselves and their decisions placed under the microscope. Ever since women began entering the working force, the debate has been looming over whether working mothers or full-time mothers are better mothers to their children. It is an important issue because
Stay at Home vs Working Mothers
Stay at Home vs Working Mothers
I have been fortunate enough to experience being both a stay at home mom and a work away from home mom. Currently there is a societal debate on which approach raises a healthier and better adjusted child. On that I canno
Working for yourself is the American dream. Most employees have dreamed of being their own boss, and it has many benefits, but there are a few disadvantages to it as well.
Advantages of working for yourself are that you are responsible to yourself. Your destiny is in your own hands, as well as yo
1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
This study examines stress management among working mothers in Shomolu Local Government Area, Lagos State. Stress is an important psychological concept that can affect health, well-being and job performance in negative dimensions, (Mojoyinola
OTHER FLEXIBLE BENEFITS
PROVIDED TO WORKING
With the change in the established work force and more and more women becoming employed outside of the home, convenient child care is an imperative component for parents. The question is now raised as
Working Mothers: The Effects on Society and Family
Thankfully, the ‘Ward Cleaver’ image of the family is on its way out yet, according to sociologists, the sexual inequality associated with assigning men the role of the economic provider and women as the child rearer and homemaker, is still ver
I think that the role of motherhood is not actually one role, rather a mix of many different roles. At times and in different circumstances we are called upon to put on different “hats” in order to deal with particular issues. Some of these sub-roles are; teacher,
Issue Proposal Paper
20 March 2011
It is interesting that when the father-figure in a household leaves for work in the morning that it is expected and often found heroic and positive. It is linked to words such as: positive, influential, res
Exploratory paper: Do working mothers who work outside the home have a negative effect on their children
When I read this topic at first time, I can quickly think of some reasons on both sides.
Such as “if mother work outside she must have less time for her children””children