5 edition of Lone Parenthood found in the catalog.
by Univ of Toronto Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Graham Crow (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
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Lone parenthood is an increasing reality in the 21st century, reinforced by the diffusion of divorce and separation. This volume provides a comprehensive portrait of lone parenthood at the beginning of the XXI century from a life course perspective.
Duration of lone parenthood is also longer for low educated parents than for other lone parents: 24% of lone mothers and 15% of lone fathers with a low level of education have been lone parents for more than 10 years compared to 14% of lone mothers and 7% of lone fathers with a university degree (Buisson et al.
Therefore, men are more Cited by: 2. Lone Parenthood in the Life Course (Life Course Research and Social Policies Book 8) Lone Parenthood book Kindle edition by Bernardi, Laura, Mortelmans, Dimitri. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, Lone Parenthood book or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Lone Parenthood in the Life Course (Life Course Research and Social Policies Book 8).Manufacturer: Springer. More qualitative case studies on the other hand discuss the definition of lone parenthood, the public debate around it, and the social and subjective representations of lone parents themselves.
This book aims at sociologists, demographers, psychologists, political scientists, family therapists, and policy makers who want to gain new insights. Almost all the information we have hitherto had about them comes from "snapshots" in cross-section surveys.
This book analyzes for the first time the flows into and out of lone parenthood, using demographic and employment histories from a British national survey carried out in Pages: lone definition: 1.
alone: 2. someone who has children but no partner living with them 3. alone. Learn more. The book provides a mixture of qualitative and quantitative studies on lone parenthood.
Using large scale and longitudinal panel and register data, the reader will gain insight in complex. Inone-parent families comprised seventeen percent of all families with dependent children, and their number almost doubled in the previous two decades.
Almost all the information we previously had about them came from 'snapshots' in cross-section surveys. This book analyzes the flows into and out of lone parenthood, using demographic and employment histories from a British national.
ways into lone parenthood and the subjective experiences of being a lone parent in Switzerland through a mixed-methods design. The quantitative part, based on longi.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations: Contents: Lone parenthood and demographic change / John Haskey --The housing strategies of lone parents / Graham Crow and Michael Hardey --Patterns of health and illness among lone-parent families / Jennie Popay and Gill Jones --Income, employment, daycare.
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Ermisch,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. A lone parent has no counterpart, someone to switch off with. We are the one sole guardian. I’ve been asked many times in online dating messages if I have my child “% of the time.” I don’t think I really need to tell you the answer.
There are upsides to this. For one, my son is a reliable “plus-one” where an adult would typically /10(). Buy Lone Parenthood in the Life Course (Life Course Research and Social Policies) 1st ed. by Bernardi, Laura, Mortelmans, Dimitri (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Chapters are written by leading experts on lone parenthood in each country. Lone parents, employment and social policy is essential reading for students in social policy, sociology, human geography, gender and women's studies, as well as policy makers and practitioners in the field of lone parents and employment.
Lone Parenthood sets out to explore the nature of the challenge that lone parents present both to conventional thinking about families and to political and academic debates about social policy.
It comprises contributions from a group of authors from a range of disciplinary backgrounds which bring together important current research and theory on this major aspect of modern society. A Cited by: Negative Effects of Single Parenting: You cannot be the best mom out there, and there may be adverse effects as well.
However, your style of parenting, attitude, perseverance, and support system should all go a long way minimizing negative effects like: 1.
Financial Troubles: Most single parents work long hours to meet the financial needs of. This is the first major sample survey of lone-parent families in the UK (now numbering over 1 million). It provides information on the routes into and out of lone parenthood and on lone parents' financial circumstances, employment, housing, attitudes and behaviour.
As in other industralized countries, the numbers of lone-parent families has been increasing in recent years. Lone parent families today 2.
The fall and rise of lone parenthood 3. Thinking about lone parenthood The role of the state PART TWO. LONE PARENT FAMILIES AND SOCIAL POLICY 5. Poverty and social security 6. Work and employment 7.
Care and welfare of children 8. Non-resident parents and child support 9. Health, housing and hardship The prevalence of lone parenthood varies considerably between countries, and the proportion of families headed by a lone parent has been increasing just about everywhere, as can be seen in Table 3.
As yet, no Western European country has matched the US, where more than one in four families with children are lone-parent families. Little Earthquakes, by Jennifer Weiner Being a parent is hard enough, but when life gets in the way, it can make raising children seem nearly impossible.
In Little Earthquakes, you’ll meet three women with wildly different lives, but at the core, they all want the same thing—to be good is joy in motherhood, but there is also tragedy, fear, worry, and : Samantha Darby.Statistically important since the s, the growing phenomenon of lone parenthood is much more varied than its common and easy perception as a population composed of low-educated young mothers.
Although still mostly women, lone parents are a heterogeneous social group who live alone with their children as a consequence of divorce and separation from the partner, or, to a.The Effect of Lone Parenthood on the Lives of Lone Parents and Their Children Within this essay I will firstly be exploring the aspect of loan parenthood, then looking how it affects the lives of the child whether it be areas of divorce, separation, co-habitation, death or just growing up in a one parent family, I will compare one/two of them and the outcomes it has on the child with a two.