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Mothers and Work in Popular American Magazines (Contributions in Women's Studies)


Free Shipping Included! Mothers and Work in Popular American Magazines (Contributions in Women's Studies) by Brand: Praeger at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Drawing on articles appearing in popular women's magazines from 1950 to 1989, this study documents changes in justifications of gender-based divisions of labor in the home and workplace. The study details the types of rationalizations that have been used to reconcile one new familial arrangement--two-parent workers with traditional gender values that promote men as breadwinners/fathers and women as housewives/mothers. The study reveals that changes have taken place only within the context of

 


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