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" Disagree that a preschool child is likely to suffer if his or her mother works. 6. Agree that a working mother can establish just as warm and secure a relationship with her children as a mother who does not work. "
Conflict and Consensus: A Study of Values and Attitudes in the Republic of ... - Page 153
by Tony Fahey, Bernadette C. Hayes, Richard Sinnott - 2005 - 291 pages
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Sex Bias in the Schools: The Research Evidence

Janice Pottker, Andrew Fishel - Education - 1977 - 571 pages
...described by Birnbaum (see Tables 15 and 16) . Table 15 Married CEW women Professionals Homemakers A working mother can establish just as warm and secure a relationship with children as a mother who does not work: True 88% 100% 65% False 12% 0% 35% (73) (25) (29) Table 16...
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Marriage, Divorce, Remarriage, Revised and Enlarged Edition

Andrew Cherlin - Social Science - 2009 - 244 pages
...preschool child is likely to suffer if his or her mother works." Only half agreed with the statement that "a working mother can establish just as warm and secure...with her children as a mother who does not work." Clearly, American women in 1970 tended to be quite traditional in their attitudes toward women's proper...
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Culture Wars: The Struggle To Control The Family, Art, Education, Law, And ...

James Davison Hunter - Social Science - 1992 - 416 pages
...continuum in all faiths were more inclined than their theologically conservative counterparts to agree that "a working mother can establish just as warm and secure...with her children as a mother who does not work." Accordingly, they were disproportionately more likely (twice as likely among Protestants) to disagree...
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New Families, No Families?: The Transformation of the American Home

Frances K. Goldscheider, Linda J. Waite - Social Science - 1991 - 303 pages
...should share the work around the house with women, such as doing dishes, cleaning, and so forth. 1. A working mother can establish just as warm and secure a relationship with her child as a woman who doesn't work, m. Women are much happier if they stay at home and take care of...
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Political Attitudes Over the Life Span: The Bennington Women After Fifty Years

Duane Francis Alwin, Ronald Lee Cohen, Theodore Mead Newcomb - Social Science - 1991 - 422 pages
...DISAGREE STRONGLY 3. DISAGREE SOMEWHAT G5. And this statement: A working mother can establish as warn and secure a relationship with her children as a mother who does not work. GO TO 06 G6. Women are much happier if they stay at home and take care of their children. Do you agree,...
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Women as Candidates in American Politics

Susan J. Carroll - Political Science - 1994 - 240 pages
...ability to pay. 1. A married woman should be able to obtain credit without the consent of her husband. m. A working mother can establish just as warm and secure...relationship with her children as a mother who does not work. _ n. In rape cases, the burden of proof should lie with the victim. o. A man can live a full and happy...
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Qualitative Research in Early Childhood Settings

J. Amos Hatch - Education - 1995 - 256 pages
...gender-role attitudes in East and West Germany found that East Germans were much more likely to believe that "a working mother can establish just as warm and secure...with her children as a mother who does not work." East Germans also dismissed the notion that "a preschool child is likely to suffer if his or her mother...
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Modernization and Postmodernization: Cultural, Economic, and Political ...

Ronald Inglehart - Social Science - 1997 - 453 pages
...Please use the responses on this card. Strongly Dis- Strongly Agree Agree agree Disagree DK V 2 1 8 A) A working mother can establish just as warm and secure...relationship with her children as a mother who does not work 123 49 V 219 B) A preschool child is likely to suffer if his or her mother works 123 49 V 220 C) A...
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The Employment Context

Karen J. Maschke - Law - 1997 - 358 pages
...affecting the future of the family should be made by the husband"; and "A woman who works full time can establish just as warm and secure a relationship...with her children as a mother who does not work." In coding the first and last statements, responses were reversed in order to produce an overall consistent...
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Who Supports the Family?: Gender and Breadwinning in Dual-earner Marriages

Jean L. Potuchek - Social Science - 1997 - 249 pages
...have a special responsibility for parenting. She strongly agrees that "a woman who works full time can establish just as warm and secure a relationship with her children as a mother who does not work" and that the husband of such a working mother "should spend as much time in housework and child care...
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