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Family, Care and Work in Europe: an Issue of Gender? Mostra a grandezza intera



Family, Care and Work in Europe: an Issue of Gender?

Crespi Isabella, Miller Tina (a cura di)

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Note sul testo
This book deals with a series of questions concerning the role of caring, gender differences and welfare state patterns and how these are recognized and managed in a changing society and is a collection of specific, in-depth studies with regard to different geographical contexts. The aim is to illustrate the most important models emerging in some European countries concerned with the purpose of enhancing caring and gender policies and making them more visible and effective. The common thread is the connection between the existing gender roles structures and conditions, the labour market, the caring system and family and welfare policies that, to different degrees, regulate these relationships.

Note sull'autore
Isabella Crespi
is associate professor in Family sociology and Cultural sociology at the Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism, University of Macerata, Italy. She is coordinator of the ESA RN13 Sociology of families and intimate lives (2013-2015). Current research activities include studies about family, gender and work in European social policies but also gender identity process, the definitionof difference, diversity and inequality.

Tina Miller is a Professor of Sociology in the Department of Social Sciences at Oxford Brookes University in the UK. Her research and teaching interests include motherhood and fatherhood transitions, gender and identities, reproductive health, narratives, qualitative research methods and ethics and she has published in all these areas.


  • Autore/i Crespi Isabelli, Miller Tina (a cura di)
  • Codice ISBN (print) 978-88-6056-377-4
  • Numero pagine 165
  • Formato 14,5x20,5
  • Anno 2013
  • Editore © 2013 eum edizioni università di Macerata
  • Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License

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