THE PRICE OF MOTHERHOOD WHY THE MOST IMPORTANT JOB IN THE WORLD IS STILL THE LEAST VALUED

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The Price Of Motherhood

Author : Ann Crittenden
ISBN : 0805066195
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A former New York Times reporter tackles the difficult issue of gender economic equality, confronting the financial penalties levied on motherhood. Reprint. 40,000 first printing.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Price Of Motherhood

Author : Ann Crittenden
ISBN : 0312655401
Genre : Social Science
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THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION OF THE NATIONAL BESTSELLER THAT CHANGED AMERICA'S VIEW OF MOTHERHOOD In the pathbreaking tradition of Backlash and The Second Shift, this provocative book shows how mothers are systematically disadvantaged and made dependent by a society that exploits those who perform its most critical work. Drawing on hundreds of interviews and research in economics, history, child development, and law, Ann Crittenden proves definitively that although women have been liberated, mothers have not. Bold, galvanizing, and full of innovative solutions, The Price of Motherhood was listed by the Chicago Tribune as one of the Top Ten Feminist Literary Works since the publication of Betty Friedan's Feminine Mystique. This "bracing call to arms" (Elle) offers a much-needed accounting of the price that mothers pay for performing the most important job in the world.
Category: Social Science

The Price Of Motherhood

Author : Ann Crittenden
ISBN : 0805066187
Genre : Social Science
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In the pathbreaking tradition of Backlash and The Second Shift, Labor of Love opens the last frontier in the fight for women's equality: the economic penalties of motherhood. In this provocative book, award-winning economics journalist Ann Critten argues that although women have been liberated, mothers have not. Drawing on hundreds of interviews around the country and the most current research in economics, history, child development, and law, she shows how mothers are systematically disadvantaged and made depent by a society that praises the labor of love but undervalues and even exploits those who perform it. The costs of motherhood are apparent everywhere. College-educated women pay a "mommy tax" of more than a million dollars in lost income when they have a child. Family law deprives mothers of financial equality in marriage. Most child care is excluded from the GDP, at-home mothers are not counted in the labor force, and the social safety net simply leaves them out. With passion and clarity, Critten dismantles the principal argument for the status quo: that it's a woman's "choice." She demonstrates, on the contrary, that proper recognition and reward for mothers' essential contributions would only enhance the welfare of all. Bold and galvanizing, full of innovative solutions, Labor of Love offers a much-needed accounting of the price mothers pay to carry out society's most important job.
Category: Social Science

Perfect Madness

Author : Judith Warner
ISBN : 1594481709
Genre : Family & Relationships
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An exploration of the world of modern motherhood describes the author's early parenting experiences in Paris and how they contrasted with anxiety-marked parenting expectations in the United States, drawing on mainstream media sources to identify what is shaping American cultural assumptions about parenting. By the author of Hilary Clinton: The Inside Story. Reprint.
Category: Family & Relationships

Women Family And Work

Author : Karine Moe
ISBN : 9781405141987
Genre : Business & Economics
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Women, Family, and Work is a collection of original essays on a wide variety of topics related to the economics of gender and the family. Written by leading thinkers in the field, the essays apply traditional economic theory to unconventional topics, while also developing neoclassical economic thought to provide a better model of economic interactions. 12 newly-commissioned essays on the economics of labor, gender, and family life. Juxtaposes various viewpoints, allowing readers to weigh the benefits and drawbacks of each model. Applies traditional economic theory to unconventional topics, while also revisioning neoclassical economic thought.
Category: Business & Economics

The Motherhood Manifesto

Author : Joan Blades
ISBN : 1560258845
Genre : Social Science
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Women shouldn't be discriminated against simply because they are mothers...but they are! The Motherhood Manifesto shares the heartfelt stories of mothers in America who dream of jobs with flexibility and benefits, mothers who can't afford their children's health and childcare expenses, and mothers who, time and time again, are penalized for raising a new generation. From professional women who hit the maternal wall, to childcare workers who can't afford quality care for their own children, this book captures what it means to be a mother in America today. This groundbreaking book also celebrates the successes of companies that have discovered the value of good family policies, families who are making it work, model childcare programs, and legislation that supports families.
Category: Social Science

The 21st Century Motherhood Movement

Author : Andrea O'Reilly
ISBN : 0986667110
Genre : Feminism
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Features more than eighty motherhood organizations from around the world. Each chapter discusses the context, history and mandate of each and examines their activities, goals and relationship to the larger motherhood movement.
Category: Feminism

If You Ve Raised Kids You Can Manage Anything

Author : Ann Crittenden
ISBN : 1592401511
Genre : Business & Economics
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Draws on insights from women in a variety of fields to explain why the lessons learned by parents from raising a child are directly applicable in a business situation, exploring such key parenting skills as multitasking, sharpening negotiation skills, developing the ability to motivate and empower others, and enhancing a sense of fair play and integrity. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
Category: Business & Economics

The Second Shift

Author : Arlie Hochschild
ISBN : 9781101575512
Genre : Social Science
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Fifteen years after its first publication, The Second Shift remains just as important and relevant today as it did then. As the majority of women entered the workforce, sociologist and Berkeley professor Arlie Hochschild was one of the first to talk about what really happens in dual-career households. Many people were amazed to find that women still did the majority of childcare and housework even though they also worked outside the home. Now, in this updated edition with a new introduction from the author, we discover how much things have, or have not, changed for women today.
Category: Social Science

Good Business

Author : Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
ISBN : 1101127007
Genre : Business & Economics
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Since Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi published the groundbreaking Flow more than a decade ago, world leaders such as Tony Blair and former President Clinton, and influential sports figures like Super Bowl champion coach Jimmy Johnson have all been inspired by the book. In today's corporate upheaval, a new business paradigm is evolving. While many CEOs are being exposed for their greed, truly visionary leaders believe in a goal that benefits themselves as well as others. They realize that it is their vision and "soul" that attract loyal employees willing to go above and beyond the call of corporate duty. And their employees are realizing the same thing: while 80 percent of adults claim they'd work even if they didn't have to, the majority of them can hardly wait to leave their jobs and get home. Good Business starts with the premise that this is an age in which business and work have replaced religion and politics as central forces in contemporary life. The book reveals how business leaders, managers, and even employees can find their "flow" and contribute not only to their own happiness, but also to a just and evolving society. It identifies the factors crucial to the operation of a good business: trust, the commitment to fostering the personal growth of employees, and the dedication to creating a product that helps mankind. Good Business is sure to become a must-read text for anyone who values the positive contributions of individuals in the changing world of business.
Category: Business & Economics