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- Reference: Kaufman, G. And White, D. (2016) ‘For the good of our family: men’s attitudes toward their wives’ employment’, Journal of Family Issues, 27(11).
Description: This article explores ideologies still held by men regarding employment of their wives. The article discusses how ‘traditional’ men and ‘egalitarian’ men differ in their attitudes towards their wives’ employment and their desire for careers.
- Reference: MacBlain, S.F., Long, L. and Dunn, J. (2015) Dyslexia, Literacy and Inclusion: Child-centred Perspectives. London: Sage – Chapter 8: ‘Contemporary challenges: looking to the future’.
Description: This chapter looks at key issues around child-centredness and how these impact upon parents of children who experience difficulties with the acquisition of literacy.
- Reference: Nomaguchi, K. and Johnson, W. (2016) ‘Parenting Stress Among Low-Income and Working-Class Fathers: The Role of Employment’, Journal of Family Issues, 37(11).
Description: An interesting article that addresses important issues relating to aspects of stress experienced by low-income parents and how aspects of employment impact upon their lives and children’s education.