Implications for Families, Children, and Policy Makers (Chapter 8 in Good Parents or Good Workers? How Policy Shapes Families' Daily Lives).

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Berrick, Jill Duerr.
Fuller, Bruce.
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This final chapter reviews major findings from qualitative studies of low-income families facing a new policy environment that calls for women to work outside the home in addition to managing the second shift of work inside the home. Findings indicate women continue to put their children’s needs above paid employment, few women experience real economic gains by increased work participation, and children’s well-being appears to be buffered and advanced by women’s well-being, social support, and parenting quality. 39 references.

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