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Gender, welfare state, and the market : towards a new division of labour / editado por Thomas P. Boje y Arnlaug Leira

Contributor(s): Boje, Thomas P [Editor] | Leira, Arnlaug [Editor].
Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society ; 4.Publisher: Abingdon, Reino Unido ; New York, Estados Unidos de América : Routledge, 2000Edition: Primera edición.Description: xiv, 252 páginas ; gráficos, tablas.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780415513814 (pbk); 9780415235310 (hbk).Subject(s): División del Trabajo | Género | Estado de Bienestar | Política Social | Política Gubernamental | Política PúblicaDDC classification: 306.3615
Contents:
Introduction: gender, welfare state and the market - towards a new division of labour, por Thomas P. Boje y Arnlaug Leira. Parte I. Women's employment and welfare systems. 1. Paid work, unpaid work and welfare: towards a framework for studying welfare state variation, por Mary Daly. 2. Citizenship, family policy abd women's patterns of employment, por Thomas P. Boje y Anna-Lena Almqvist. 3. Variation within post-fordist and liberal welfare state countries: women's work and social rights in Canada and the United States, por Cecilia Benoit. 4. Welfare states, labour markets and gender relations in transition: the decline of the Scandinavian model ?, por Anne Lise Ellingsæter. 5. Family policy and mother's employment: cross-national variations, por Janet C. Gornick. Parte II. Family policy - work and care in different welfare systems. 6. Gendered policies: family obligations and social policies in Europe, por Chiara Saraceno. 7. Combining work and family: nordic policy reforms in the 1990s, por Arnlaug Leira. 8. Childcare policies in Japan: postwar developments and recent reforms, por Ito Peng. 9. Lone mothers: how do they work and care in different welfare state regimes?, por Jørgen Elm Larsen. 10. Changing obligations and expectations: lone parenthood and social policy, por Jane Millar.
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Introduction: gender, welfare state and the market - towards a new division of labour, por Thomas P. Boje y Arnlaug Leira.
Parte I. Women's employment and welfare systems. 1. Paid work, unpaid work and welfare: towards a framework for studying welfare state variation, por Mary Daly. 2. Citizenship, family policy abd women's patterns of employment, por Thomas P. Boje y Anna-Lena Almqvist. 3. Variation within post-fordist and liberal welfare state countries: women's work and social rights in Canada and the United States, por Cecilia Benoit. 4. Welfare states, labour markets and gender relations in transition: the decline of the Scandinavian model ?, por Anne Lise Ellingsæter. 5. Family policy and mother's employment: cross-national variations, por Janet C. Gornick. Parte II. Family policy - work and care in different welfare systems. 6. Gendered policies: family obligations and social policies in Europe, por Chiara Saraceno. 7. Combining work and family: nordic policy reforms in the 1990s, por Arnlaug Leira. 8. Childcare policies in Japan: postwar developments and recent reforms, por Ito Peng. 9. Lone mothers: how do they work and care in different welfare state regimes?, por Jørgen Elm Larsen. 10. Changing obligations and expectations: lone parenthood and social policy, por Jane Millar.

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