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Notes ffrom 4-18

by: Shabree Bost

Notes ffrom 4-18 CDFR 4006

Shabree Bost
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Family leave Benefits of paid leaves
Families, Sexuality, and Gender
Dr. Kate Harcourt
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parental, maternal, leave, paidpleave, paternalleave, maternalleave, workplace, workplacehappiness
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Shabree Bost on Tuesday April 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CDFR 4006 at a university taught by Dr. Kate Harcourt in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 17 views.

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Date Created: 04/19/16
Mothers, Fathers, Paid Care, & Family Care o How do we balance it all?  Paid Work and Family Life o Work and Family Life  Paid Work versus Unpaid Work  Family Work  Why do we make assumptions about the types of work men and women  should do?  Gender activities are culture based  Job and Family Commitments o Men: Job demands = limit family time o Women: justify why they are working o Requesting time off for family reasons?  Who Does the Housework? o Routine housework task; men reluctant to help o Women do least pleasant task o Men tend do outside chores; dirty chores o What happens if you share the housework before children? Does it stay the same?  Mothers, Fathers, and Family Care o Families and Care  Care – activity of attending and responding to others  Type of loving care and emotional support now, not expected before  Home environment = source of suffering and hardship o Gender and Care (stereotypes)  All women need to be mothers  All mothers need their children  All children need their mothers o Images of a Father  Moral teachers, family heads  Responsible for how the child acts outside the home  Fatherhood was an obligation o Images of Motherhood  Belonged only in the home  Should want children; marry  Nurturing; Caring  Modern Parenting o Realities of Parenthood  Train for all other adult roles; No training for parenthood  Lack of sleep; constant vigilance  Family Leave Act of 1993 o After Baby  Typically mothers take over care  Mothers tend to mental and emotional aspects of baby care  Grandmothers regularly care for infants  Mothers, multitask; Fathers, public settings, sole activity o Why Fathers Are So Important  Women enjoy better mental health  Men grow emotionally and develop sensitivities that have been assumed to come with being a mother  They begin to teach sons and daughters similarly.  Children thrive intellectually and emotionally, and develop more balanced  gender stereotypes and expectations


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