|Statement||Albert Weale ... [et al.].|
|Series||Occasional papers onsocial administration -- no.77, Occasional papers on social administration -- no.77.|
|Contributions||Weale, Albert., National Council for Voluntary Organisations.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lone mothers paid work and social security. London: Bedford Square Press NCVO, (OCoLC) This chapter attempts to unveil women's subordination in the world of work and its relation to lone mothers' dependency on social security. Social Security and the Family in Hong Kong book. DOI link for Lone Mothers, Social Security and the Family in Hong Kong. Lone Mothers, Social Security and the Family in Hong Kong book. By Lai Ching Author: Lai Ching Leung. Lone Mothers, Social Security and the Family in Hong Kong book. Lone Mothers, Social Security and the Family in Hong Kong Lone Mothers, Social Security and the Family in Hong Kong book. By Lai Ching Leung. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 July Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. DOI https://doi. This book provides an in-depth analysis of how lone mothers negotiate the relationship between motherhood and paid work. Combining qualitative and quantitative data, it focuses on social capital in different neighbourhoods, local labour markets and welfare states.
And today there are million lone mothers in employment, including almost all of those with secondary school-age children. Thus over the past two decades the working lives of lone mothers have been transformed. Being in work is now the everyday and ongoing experience of these women, and defines the circumstances in which their children grow up. Lone Mothers, Ethnicity and Welfare Dynamics - Volume 39 Issue 1 - CHRISTINA MOKHTAR, LUCINDA PLATT ‘Lone parents in London: quantitative analysis of differences in paid work’, DWP In-house Report , Department for Work and Pensions Social Security in Britain, Basingstoke: Macmillan. Millar, J. and Rowlingson, K. (), Lone. South African women and the role of social work: wathint' abafazi wathint' imbokodo Lone Mothers. Paid Work and Social Security, Bedford Square Press, London. Recommend this journal. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection. Book Reviews. Economic Analysis and Policy, Vol. By incorporating social rights attached to paid work and care, as well as those which enable lone mothers to move between sequential periods of paid work and care-giving across the child-rearing cycle, the study makes a significant contribution to the literature.
An examination of the relationship between social security benefits and lone mothers' labour supply in Hong Kong. It explores the effect of benefits on lone mothers' employment, and the perception of benefits in the decision making process of mothers in relation to taking up paid work. Two particular aspects of the labour supply behaviour of lone mothers are explored: firstly, the possible effect of social security on lone mothers’ employment: and secondly, the knowledge and perception of social security benefits in the decision making processes of lone mothers in relation to taking up paid : $ Over the past two decades, the emphasis on paid work has become one of the defining features of social security policy in the UK. Lone mothers and their families have been one of . Get this from a library! Making work pay: lone mothers, employment and well-being. [Alex Bryson; Reuben Ford; Michael White; Joseph Rowntree Foundation.] -- This study tracks a sample of lone mothers over five years to find out what really works in moving them off benefit and what makes a difference in easing hardship. The recommendations for changes to.