Working Mothers and Their Needs Research Paper by cee-cee

Working Mothers and Their Needs
An in-depth examination of why working mothers are leaving their professional fields and what can be done about the situation.
# 107572 | 6,707 words | 13 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Sep 07, 2008 in Labor Studies (General) , Women Studies (Women and Society)

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This paper discusses the recent phenomenon of working women leaving their professional careers in order to stay at home and care for their children. The paper analyzes the history of working women and how the trends have changed over time. The paper discusses ways to assist women so that they can manage to work as well as care for their children.

Table of Contents:
Chapter One
Chapter Two
Literature Review
Work Life Programs
Child Care Solutions
Job Sharing
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Future Considerations
Chapter Five

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Barnard, Janet C.; DuBrin, Andrew J. (1993) What telecommuters like and dislike about their jobs. Business Forum
  • Bartlett, Alison (2006) Theory, desire, and maternity: at work in academia.(working mothers balance their family and work life). Hecate
  • Bowers, Venessa; Buzzanell, Patrice M.; Conn, Cindy; Liu, Meina; Meisenbach, Rebecca; Remke, Robyn (2005) The good working mother: managerial women's sensemaking and feelings about work - family issues. Communication Studies
  • Edley, Paige P. (2001) Technology, employed mothers, and corporate colonization of the lifeworld: A gendered Paradox of work and family balance. Women and Language
  • Connelly, Rachel; Kimmel (2003) The effect of child care costs on the employment and welfare recipiency of single mothers. Southern Economic Journal

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