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Topics: Family, Mother
Eman Almatrood
201102619
Written communication
Argumentative Essay WORKING MOTHERS These days there are a lot of women working outside the house, which can affect many people positively or negatively. The Australian feminist Germaine Greer said in one of her interviews, “Most women still need a room of their own, and the only way to find it may be outside their own homes.” The working mother can affect the family in positive way, where her children learn how to be independent, help in raising the income, and she can make her personal identity.
People who are against the mothers to work claim that when both the mother and the father working all day outside the house, they cannot stay with their children enough time, which can affect negatively on their children and they may act with their parents as strangers. On the other hand, the children will learn how to be independent in their life from an early age, also the time that the mother will be at work her children will be at the schools. There are a lot of working mothers taking care of their children and they are very close to them, it depend on how the mother can manage her time. Also what’s important in parenthood is the quality not the quantity, it’s not about how much time you spend with them, but it’s about how you raise them even if you spend just two hours with them.
Those who disagree also say that the Childcare is expensive, so most of the money that the working mother will earn will be spend on the infant schools.
Actually, these days most of the women keep their children at their mother’s house, so they don’t spend money on the childcare. Also the nurseries now are everywhere and they became cheap, maximum it will cost 1000 riyal. So if the mother was earning 4000 riyal, 3000 will be left and that can make different. Because the economic today affect a lot of people, and in many situations the family can’t depend on the husband salary alone

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