|Author:||Linda Hantrais,Stephen P. Mangen|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Publisher:||Cross-National Research Group (March 1994)|
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Third Series: Concepts and Contexts in International Comparisons, 'Family Policy . Divisions of Welfare. A Critical Introduction to Comparative Social Policy Key Issues in Women's Work: Female Heterogeneity and the Polarisation of Women's Employment.
Third Series: Concepts and Contexts in International Comparisons, 'Family Policy and the Welfare of Women. Third Series: Concepts and Contexts in International Comparisons, 'Family Policy and the Welfare of Women', ESRC 3, p. -25.
The Life Circumstances and Development of Children in Welfare Families: A Profile Based on National Survey Data.
Heaton, . Jacobson, C. K. and Holland, K. (1999) ‘Persistence and Change in Decisions to Remain Childless’ Journal of Marriage and the Family 61, 531–539. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Hirst, P. Q. and Thompson, G. (1996) Globalization in Question: the International Economy and the Possibilities of Governance Cambridge, Polity Press.
3. Family Policy and the Welfare of Women 1994 pp 80 £. 0 Contributors: J. Lewis, H. Joshi and H. Davies, J. Fagnani, I. Ostner, E. McLaughlin and C. Glendinning, J. Ditch. 1. Conceptualising the Family 1994 pp 64 £. 0 Contributors: C. Dienel, C. Lefranc, C. Séguin, J. Millar, J-C. Barbier, B. Hilliard.
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International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, Vol. 20, Issue. Reforming the French welfare state: Solidarity, social exclusion and the three crises of citizenship. West European Politics, Vol. 23, Issue.
Definition of Family Policy Family policy in this report refers to benefits and services provided by government for . Parenting roles of men and women are affected, as are the ways in which children become socialised in the family.
Definition of Family Policy Family policy in this report refers to benefits and services provided by government for families with children and covers three dimensions: 1. Cash support for families, including family allowances, tax relief for children and means-tested cash benefits. 2. Leave benefits for working parents, including maternity and parental leave schemes 3. Child care services for families, including the provision and subsidies of child care facilities.
She has conducted a number of comparative studies, including ESRC/CNAF/European Commission-funded collaborative projects on women in professional occupations in Britain and France and on families and family policies in Europe.
Recent papers in Cross-National. Then, the authors test the effect of national context in our baseline model by conducting a moderation analysis of direct and indirect effects. Family policy is a type of public and social policy aimed at promoting, protecting, and strengthening families across five domains of family functioning: family creation, partnership support, economic support, childrearing, and caregiving.
Fourth Series: Concepts and Contexts in International Comparisons of Family Policies in Europe, 1994–96. Fifth Series: Socio-Demographic Change, Social and Economic Policies in the European Union, 1999.