Single Mothers In International Context: Mothers Or Workers?

1st Edition

Simon Duncan, Rosalind Edwards

Routledge
Published May 8, 1997
Reference - 296 Pages
ISBN 9781857287912 - CAT# RU39310

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Summary

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.; This edited collection explores these variations, focusing on the interaction between dominant discourses around single motherhood, state policies towards single mothers, the structure of the labour market at national and local levels, and neighbourhood supports and constraints.

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