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Having it All?
Women on the Verge Why We Are Where We Are And Where We Go From Here
The End of Men & Rise of Women?
Women in the Workforce
Growing Number of “Breadwomen” and Co-Earners
The College Gender Gap
Women Earn Less
Who Gets Tenure?
Women in Sr. Management
Media Gender Gap
The Glass Ceiling
Blame the Woman
She has a Baby
Push: The Ideal Worker
“Good” work measured in hours, face time, not performance
Pull: Ideal Mother
GSS: School Preschool Moms Work? Men
GSS: Should Preschool Moms Work? Women
Implicit Association Tests
Mothers in the Workforce
Women: 2x Housework 2x Childcare
Working Mothers Spend as much time with kids as At-Home Moms of 1970s
Paid Parental Leave
The Harried Life of the Working Mother
The Maternal Wall Women’s Pay per $1 Male Dollar Mother’s Pay for $1 Father Dollar Childless Woman’s Pay for $1 Childless Man’s Dollar 79 cents60 cents94 cents
Motherhood Penalty 5 % per Child
Caregiving Men seen as “Wimps”
“Project Dad” in Sweden
Child care would “Sovietize” the American Family
The Mommy Wars
Parenting is Most Important
Career Most Important
The New Ideal Worker
The New Dad
Good Enough Moms
Change is Hard Do it Anyway
Trends in Employment How many hours weekly do we work for pay? –Men = 48 (increases with # of kids) –Women = 39 (decreases if married) Are we working for.
Chapter 12 Work and Family. Chapter Outline The Labor Force - A Social Invention The Traditional Model: Provider Husbands Homemaking Wives Women.
Chapter 13 The Dual-Worker Family: The Real American Revolution.
The experience of the parental leave system in Iceland Norsk kvinnesaksforening - fagseminar Oslo February 3, 2009 Svala Jónsdóttir Centre for Gender Equality.
The Family Diversity, Inequality, and Social Change 1st Edition The Family Diversity, Inequality, and Social Change 1st Edition Chapter Lecture Slides.
The Changing Family. FAMILY: A group of 2 or more people who live together and/or are related by blood or marriage.
Gender in the Workforce PRESENTED BY CELENE FULLER.
Is the progress to gender equality stalled? If so, why?
Family-Work Policies & Practices: Results from the Mapping Project NSF ADVANCE Conference Georgia Tech University 4/20/2004 CoPIs Robert Drago, Carol Colbeck.
Chapter 10: Gender, Work, and the Workplace. colonial women and work the Civil war and work the Victorian era the “second shift” Affirmative.
Family Leave. Realities of the U.S. Family (charts on pg144 and 145) 1) 18% of all families are stay at home mom and working dad. 2) 11% headed by females.
Sustainabili ty, librarianshi p, and family- friendly policies Women in libraries 83% of Librarians are women X% of Directors are women Women retire x.
Can we end the motherhood penalty in the workplace? Sally Brett Senior Policy Officer, TUC.
Family Relationships Review/Wrap-up Relationships.
CLOSING THE GENDER GAP VISION 2020 Roberta D. Liebenberg Vision 2020, National Leadership Circle Former Chair, ABA Commission on Women in the Profession.
Please Note: These slides are meant to help students think about the material. They are not meant to replace reading the material or taking notes. Using.
Chapter 10 Work and Family. Chapter Outline The Interface of Work and Family Life Men’s Work and Family Roles Women’s Work and Family Roles Two-Earner.
McGraw-Hill © 2002 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., All Rights Reserved. 9-1 Chapter Nine l Work and Families.
Lesson 7: Work and the Economy Introduction to Women’s Studies Robert Wonser.
Women's new roles II Birgitta Jansson Parents – Collective and private welfare – Society supports families – Family “haven in a heartless world”
Gender pay gap? The overall pay gap stands at 19.1 per cent (2014) measured by gross hourly pay (median&mean aggregate) (1). This figure counts the whole.
Lower conference - Volos, Grece. 10/11 september 2007 How much does it cost to stay at home? Career interruptions and the gender wage gap in France. Dominique.
Gender inequality in the UK. WHAT IS GENDER INEQUALITY? It refers to the unequal treatment or perception of individuals based on their gender. It can.
Millions of Kids Children living in blended families, including either a step-parent or step- sibling. Children living with both natural parents and full.
Social Divisions: Gender Sociology : Unit 1. Outcomes List examples of gender inequality Explain how they impact on social divisions Evaluate if they.
Affirmative Action and Gender Issues - tips for mod 3.
MODERN LABOR ECONOMICS THEORY AND PUBLIC POLICY CHAPTER Modern Labor Economics: Theory and Public Policy, Eleventh Edition Ronald G. Ehrenberg Robert S.
Gender Inequalities – The Big Picture Statistically speaking, girls get the best grades so they should get the best jobs. BUT women still earn only about.
1 Psychology 320: Gender Psychology Lecture Midterm The exam is worth 20% of your final grade. The exam will be scored out of 75 points. February.
The Mapping Project Scholarship and Caretaking? Possibilities for Faculty with Family Responsibilities in Engineering and the Sciences University of Illinois-Chicago.
Fertility: Other Readings Kimmel/Hoffman book: –Chapter 4 by Averett (note she is coauthor for text too). –“Natalist” policies: policies that affect fertility,
Prepared by Dr. Hoda Abdel Azim. Objectives Identify meaning and criteria of adulthood. State the type of adulthood relationships. Describe leaving.
Gender Inequalities Revision. Childcare Women still seen as primary carers – this is an obstacle the government need to help women overcome Forces.
1 Psychology 320: Psychology of Gender and Sex Differences Lecture 47.
Busy Families in ‘Merica By: Catherine Wilbourne.
Gender regimes, employment and family. What is gender equality? Ulla Björnberg Department of Sociology Gothenburg University Sweden
Slovenia, Sweden, Austria, France. AUSTRIAFRANCESWEDENSLOVENIA Buying major things for home. Always mother Usually mother
1 Psychology 320: Psychology of Gender and Sex Differences Lecture 48.
Gender Inequality and Sexual Harassment Chaeri Jeong & Jason.
Banking on Women A women ’ s development group within HSBC Bank Malta p.l.c. June 2010.
FINAL PROJECT: PERSUASIVE SPEECH SINGLE MOTHERHOOD BY MARÍA MELÉNDEZ PROFESSOR:MARY ANN TOLEDO.
Writing problems What we can all learn from the drafts.
27 th February 2013 Closing the Gender Gap ACT NOW Ana LLENA-NOZAL Economist, Social Policy Division, OECD.
Babies and Bosses – Findings and Insights Presentation: Work, Families & Wellbeing Forum 5 May 2006, Canberra Willem Adema (www.oecd.org/els/social/familyfriendly)
Gender earnings ratio/gap 2002 weekly earnings ratio: =.77 “women earn 77% as much as men” “women earn 77 cents to men’s dollar” 2002 weekly earnings.
Lesson 9: Marriage and Divorce Social Problems Robert Wonser 1.
Gender. Sex vs Gender Working moms: The great balancing act. Movie: Series 2 Should mothers with children stay home? Should fathers with children stay.
What explains our gender diversity? Is biology destiny? Are we shaped by our cultures? Is the answer an interplay of biology, culture, as they.
WomenMen Weekly hours worked by partnered men and women aged Australia 1982, and : by percentiles of men’s earnings Source: ABS income.
GENDER EQUALITY through equal pay and treatment in the workplace.
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