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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0415153514
ISBN-13: 9780415153515
Sku: 33956600
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Pages:  248
Age Range:  NA
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By bringing together contributions from all over Europe, this work outlines the similarities and differences between countries in terms of the problems of reconciling work and family. In doing so it questions the division of labor not just in the labor market but also in the home. Leading experts cover topics such as family policies, gender roles, demographic trends and care of the elderly. Clearly written, systematic and comprehensive, this book reflects the growing interest in the European context and will appeal to students of social policy and European studies as well as all those involved in women's studies and sociology.
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By bringing together contributions from all over Europe, this work outlines the similarities and differences between countries in terms of the problems of reconciling work and family. In doing so it questions the division of labor not just in the labor market but also in the home. Leading experts cover topics such as family policies, gender roles, demographic trends and care of the elderly. Clearly written, systematic and comprehensive, this book reflects the growing interest in the European context and will appeal to students of social policy and European studies as well as all those involved in women's studies and sociology.

By bringing together contributions from all over Europe, this work outlines the similarities and differences between countries in terms of the problems of reconciling work and family. In doing so it questions the division of labor not just in the labor market but also in the home. Leading experts cover topics such as family policies, gender roles, demographic trends and care of the elderly. Clearly written, systematic and comprehensive, this book reflects the growing interest in the European context and will appeal to students of social policy and European studies as well as all those involved in women's studies and sociology.

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