Services for children of working mothers in war time.
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Services for children of working mothers in war time. A manual for child care committees of local defense councils. by U.S. Civilian Defense, Office of.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington .
Written in English


  • Child welfare.,
  • Children -- Care and hygiene

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Published by the Office of Civilian Defense with the cooperation of the Office of Defense Health and Welfare Services, the U.S. Office of Education ... and the Children"s Bureau.

SeriesOCD publication 3625, June, 1943
The Physical Object
Pagination23 p.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16711798M

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Working and Mothers: Some Common Issues. The Department of Labour of the United States of America, in The Family and Medical Leave Act of (), clearly recognizes the needs of working ing to this statute: “The number of single-parent households and two-parent households in which the single parent or both parents work is increasing significantly. Working Mothers and the Welfare State: Religion and the Politics of Work-Family Policies in Western Europe and the United States K. J. Morgan () Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press important social and political debates center around issues related to child rearing. Some mothers choose to stay at home full-time. Children: Jennifer, 21, Rory, 17, Phoebe, Melinda Gates is practically engraved on our list—not just because she’s formidably wealthy—but because she actively uses her money and power to improve the lives of others every year. In just one example of her awe-inspiring impact: The Gates Foundation has helped immunize million children around the world since Aim: To study the emotional behaviour of children with stay at home mothers for the first five years and working esis: To show that children with stay at home mothers for the first five years of their lives are more emotionally balanced than children with working mums.

  According to the most recent U.N. figures, 66, people are being held in the deteriorating conditions in the al-Hol camp in northeast Syria, 96% of whom are women and children, with 66% of the. SOCIAL WORK AND WOMEN’S EQUALITY IN POST-WAR AUSTRALIA membership spread over six state branches. In , the proportion of male members reached 8%, by , 12%.[15] Employment was spread over many organisations and fields of service, in many of which functions were shared. Mommy Wears a Uniform is a look into the lives of young children who have mothers who proudly serve their country in the armed services. Due to our current wars, we have more mothers leaving their children behind for six to thirteen months at a time.   What’s changed in the last years, Keller says, is the conversation. That’s because terminology like “working mother,” “glass ceiling,” and other language that points at the gendered division of labor is being used more frequently during a period in time where people have decided to talk about mothers who work. But the increased cognizance around the fact Author: Caroline Shannon-Karasik.