Lone parenthood and employment male-female differences in Great Britain by John F. Ermisch

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StatementJohn F. Ermisch and Robert E. Wright.
SeriesEconomics discussion paper series / Glasgow University, Department of Political Economy -- no.14, Economics discussion paper (GlasgowUniversity, Department of Political Economy) -- no.14.
ContributionsWright, Robert E.
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Get this from a library. Lone parenthood: an economic analysis. [John Ermisch] -- This study analyzes the flows into and out of lone parenthood, using demographic and employment histories for a national survey carried out in It also studies the lone parents' movements into.

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The growth in the number of single-parent households is linked to debates about. 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. KW - employment/benefits. KW - comparative research. M3 - Book. T3 - The Family and Parenthood: Policy and Practice.

BT - The employment of lone parents: a comparison of policy in 20 countries. PB - Family Policy Studies Centre. CY - London.

ER. inadequate resources and inadequate employment (Nieuwenhuis and Maldonado, Chapter One in this book). These disadvantages are often written about as factors associated with children’s low levels of wellbeing, with lone parenthood being included as another such factor; that is, lone parenthood is viewed as a disadvantage that.

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Another aspect of Afro-Caribbean lone parenthood in relation with employment opportunities is that this category is least expected to get family support in child rearing.

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Although the prevalence of lone parenthood varies considerably between countries, the proportion 4 Policy and the Employment of Lone Parents in 20 Countries • may or. Treanor, MIncome poverty, material deprivation and lone parenthood.

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Policy Press, Bristol, pp. Cited by: 1. 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 Author: Jane Millar, Karen Rowlingson.

unemployment on the incidence of lone parenthood. It has been suggested in the past that poor employment prospects among early school leavers were a major contributor to lone parenthood among younger mothers (Hannan and Ó Riain, ).

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In all these countries family forms have been profoundly affected by lower fertility ra. Employment and skills Families and relationships Leaving lone parenthood: Analysis of the repartnering patterns of lone mothers in the UK. The impact of single parenthood Research shows that marital status in itself has little causal impact on child outcomes, with differences more likely to be explained by ‘selection effect’ (ie the.

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1. 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.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.Feb 26,  · Lone parents are least likely to be poor in countries where their employment rates are high and where family benefits and transfers are most generous, and vice versa (Millar, ; Kilkey and Bradshaw, ).

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