Family

How many weeks maternity/paternity can be taken and split between partners in the UK?
50
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When was the pill introduced for married women?
1961
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When was the pill legalised for unmarried women?
1974
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When was divorce made legal after two years of separation?
1969
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When was abortion made legal (up to 24 weeks)?
1967
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What percentage of lone parent households are lone father?
13.5%
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Who distinguishes between implicit and explicit policies?
Kamerman and Kahn
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Who argues that New Labour's family policy was an attempt at re-socialization?
Gerwitz
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When was the Equal Pay Act?
1970
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Who finds that middle class parents are better able to and more willing to pay for child care and thus working class mothers disproportionately stay out of the workforce?
Gillies
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When was the Child Support Act introduced, with the intention of keeping absent fathers responsible and lowering social security entitlements for lone mothers?
1981
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Who called Labour's social policy 'a pragmatic mix (or muesli) of moralism, care and control, universalism and selectivism'?
Featherstone and Trinder
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When was the Bulger case?
1993
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Who says that the Third Way philosophy represents a attempt to govern and control at the level of community'?
Rose
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What did Scourfield and Drakeford say in critique of New Labour's family policy?
based on optimism about men in the home and presumes gender equality is uniformly welcomed by men
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Who introduced the idea of a universal caregiver model rather than a universal breadwinner model (nordic trend)?
Nancy Fraser
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Who finds that having more women in power is consistently associated with more generous childcare and parental leave policies? (2008)
Priscilla Lambert
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What percent of daddy month is taken up by Norwegian fathers?
8%
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When did the term 'cycle of deprivation' come into the political lexicon?
1970s
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Who proposed the existence of an 'underclass' populated by the feckless and work shy?
Charles Murray
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Who demonstrates that courts tend to hold mothers responsible even on the few occasions that fathers are present?
Drakeford
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