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Mother’s Work

Appendix: Data on Factors. Related to Fertility

A ll of the data in this appendix refer to the discussion of /% relations between female employment, family policy, and fertility in Chapter 5. The data in Figure 1 show. A. a negative relationship of r = — .734. Because we cannot assume that the data in these analyses (average rates of the same […]

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Appendix: Data on Factors. Related to Fertility

A ll of the data in this appendix refer to the discussion of /% relations between female employment, family policy, and fertility in Chapter 5. The data in Figure 1 show. A. a negative relationship of r = — .734. Because we cannot assume that the data in these analyses (average rates of the same […]

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Balancing the Ledger of Family Policy

The customary package of family-friendly policies provides the kind of benefits that transmit both public support for and confirmation of the life choices of mothers with young chil­dren who opt for the male model of early entry and continu­ous labor-force participation. At the same time, the state offers few, if any, benefits that aid and […]

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Balancing the Ledger of Family Policy

The customary package of family-friendly policies provides the kind of benefits that transmit both public support for and confirmation of the life choices of mothers with young chil­dren who opt for the male model of early entry and continu­ous labor-force participation. At the same time, the state offers few, if any, benefits that aid and […]

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Having It All—One Step at a Time

At the start of family life when children need full-time care, the male model tends to narrow the perception of choices about the role of motherhood: either stay at home and invest in child­rearing activities or compete with men on equal footing by entering the labor force early and staying for the long haul. From […]

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Having It All—One Step at a Time

At the start of family life when children need full-time care, the male model tends to narrow the perception of choices about the role of motherhood: either stay at home and invest in child­rearing activities or compete with men on equal footing by entering the labor force early and staying for the long haul. From […]

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Rethinking Family Policy

A mong academics, journalists, politicians, feminist lead — /% ers, and almost everyone else whose opinions on the role of modern-day women are in print, there is. Ж. widespread agreement that something must be done to harmonize work and family life. As to the best approach, the overwhelming majority back two courses of action—the adoption […]

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Rethinking Family Policy

A mong academics, journalists, politicians, feminist lead — /% ers, and almost everyone else whose opinions on the role of modern-day women are in print, there is. Ж. widespread agreement that something must be done to harmonize work and family life. As to the best approach, the overwhelming majority back two courses of action—the adoption […]

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Believers, Skeptics, and Disbelievers

These findings lend themselves to at least three broad inter­pretations, representing those who believe in the salutary ef­fects of family-friendly policies, those who are skeptical, and those who disbelieve. It is clear that increased family-friendly provisions have not reversed whatever forces—economic, nor­mative, social/psychological—are driving fertility rates down to below replacement levels. Believers would argue, however, […]

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Believers, Skeptics, and Disbelievers

These findings lend themselves to at least three broad inter­pretations, representing those who believe in the salutary ef­fects of family-friendly policies, those who are skeptical, and those who disbelieve. It is clear that increased family-friendly provisions have not reversed whatever forces—economic, nor­mative, social/psychological—are driving fertility rates down to below replacement levels. Believers would argue, however, […]

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