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Journal of Social Issues, The Maternal Wall

Journal of Social Issues, The Maternal Wall

Research and Policy Perspectives on Discrimination Against Mothers (Journal of Social Issues)

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Published by Wiley-Blackwell .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women"s studies,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Handicapped,
  • Labor & Industrial Relations - General,
  • Parenting - Motherhood,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Social Psychology,
  • General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMonica Biernat (Editor), Faye J. Crosby (Editor), Joan C. Williams (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11650111M
    ISBN 101405130482
    ISBN 109781405130486
    OCLC/WorldCa57546994

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Journal of Social Issues, The Maternal Wall Download PDF EPUB FB2

That group is working mothers. The problem of the "glass ceiling" has now turned into a related, from different problem: "the maternal wall." In the first Journal of Social Issues (JSI) to deal specifically with the topic of working mothers, scholars from several disciplines discuss a variety of aspects of the problem of the maternal : Joan C.

Williams. The problem of the "glass ceiling" has now turned into a related, from different problem: "the maternal wall." In the first Journal of Social Issues (JSI) to deal specifically with the topic of working mothers, scholars from several disciplines discuss a variety of aspects of the problem of the maternal wall.

Although the economic and social position of women has improved considerably in the last decades, some gendered expectations and roles have proved remarkably resilient. Increasingly, the gender gap in compensation has become an issue of “mother” versus “other,” as, for example, working mothers earn 60% of what working fathers by:   The Maternal Wall (Paperback) Research and Policy Perspectives on Discrimination Against Mothers (Journal of Social Issues) By Monica Biernat (Editor), Faye J.

Crosby (Editor), Joan C. Williams (Editor). Wiley-Blackwell,pp. In contrast to the Maternal Wall Bias (Crosby et al., ), pregnancy can actually trigger positive evaluations and support from supervisors (Gueutal, Luciano, & Michaels, ;Halpert & Burg.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Women and the Work/Family Dilemma: How Today's Professional Women Are Confronting the Maternal Wall by Swiss, Deborah J.; Walker, Judith P. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at About This Journal.

Infant Mental Health Journal—Promoting social-emotional health prenatal - 5 year—publishes peer-reviewed research articles, review articles, brief reports (including clinical case studies and novel pilot studies) and thematic collections that focus on early relationship development and other early relational contexts, such as attachment relationships and early.

The maternal wall is a term referring to stereotypes and various forms of discrimination encountered by working mothers and mothers seeking employment. Women hit the maternal wall when they encounter workplace discrimination because of past, present, or future pregnancies or because they have taken one or more maternity leaves.

Women may also be discriminated. Get this from a library. The maternal wall: research and policy perspectives on discrimination against mothers. [Monica Biernat; Faye J Crosby; Joan C Williams; Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.;] -- Over the past four or five decades, the feminist revolution has brought a lot of changes.

Dealing specifically with the topic of working mothers, scholars from several. Harvard Journal of Law & Gender. Cultural Schemas, Social Class, and the Flexibility Stigma Journal of Social Issues.

Beyond the Maternal Wall: Relief for Family Caregivers Who Are Discriminated Against on the Job Harvard Women's Law Journal. Unbending Gender: Why Family and Work Conflict and What to Do about It Oxford. The Journal of Social Issues (JSI) brings behavioral and social science theory, empirical evidence, and practice to bear on human and social problems.

Each issue of the journal focuses on a single topic. Interested contributors should submit titles, detailed abstracts of double-spaced pages, and short biographies (limited to half a page. The Journal of Social Issues (JSI) is SPSSI's flagship has been published quarterly sincewith each issue devoted to a single theme.

Over its long history, JSI has covered a wide range of pressing social issues concerning education, health, intergroup relations, politics, poverty, religion, technology, and the workplace. Williams has organized social scientists to document workplace bias against mothers, notably in a special issue of the Journal of Social Issues titled “The Maternal Wall” (co-edited with Monica Biernat and Faye Crosby), which received the Distinguished Publication Award of the Association for Women in Psychology.

Patterns of Attachment A Psychological Study of the Strange Situation. Trairatvorakul, Pon MD. maternal attitudes and mother-infant interaction, and working versus nonworking mothers provide broader understanding of the ways patterns of attachment may or may not differ in these populations.

particularly social development. This book. Maternal and Child Health Journal. All Volumes & Issues. Vol Is October ISSN: (Print) (Online) In this issue (20 articles) From the Field. Evaluation of a Training for Health and Social. 24 entertaining and educational pages from conception through baby's first month.

Main Topics-- Essential information to clearly address the key issues and concerns of your pregnancy.; Fast Facts-- Fascinating and entertaining maternity tidbits.; Baby's Progress-- Your baby's milestones from the first trimester through baby's birth.; Self Care-- How mother should care for her body Author: Matthew Bennett.

Studies in the Maternal is an international, peer-reviewed, scholarly online journal. It aims to provide a forum for contemporary critical debates on the maternal understood as lived experience, social location, political and scientific practice, economic and ethical challenge, a theoretical question, and a structural dimension in human relations, politics and ethics.

Although maternal stress, anxiety, and depression have been linked to negative birth outcomes, few studies have investigated preventive interventions targeting maternal mental health as a means of reducing such problems.

This randomized controlled study examines whether Family Foundations (FF)—a transition to parenthood program for couples focused on Cited by: The Blank Wall In The Library Of America Elisabeth Holding's "The Blank Wall" () is the fourth novel published in a new Library of America volume, "Women Crime Writers: Four Suspense Novels of the s" selected and edited by Sarah Wineman, a scholar of women's suspense writing/5.

Social and legal constraints on mothers' choices exacerbate the problem. While other countries have implemented national work/family policies, the climate in the United States seems unreceptive to federal government mandates for meaningful changes in employees' work hours, schedules, and paid leave, or for sweeping new child care subsidies.

If one reads the Wall Street Journal or the New York Times there are frequent economic references to national issues for health, unemployment, wage stagnation and the like for the U.S., but the data in The Health Gap, showing the U.S.’s attainment for many measures of middleclass health and wellbeing is staggering.Journal of Maternal and Child Health (JMCH) is an electronic, open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes research articles on a broad range of topics related to maternal and child health.

The journal began its publication on January,and was published four times yearly.