SCLY1 - TOPIC 1 - RESOURCES AND DECISION MAKING

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  • Created on: 21-04-14 19:44
Michael Barrett and Mary McIntosh
•Men gain far more from womens domestic work than they give back financially •the financial support they do give back comes with strings attached •men make most of the financial decisions
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Elaine Kempson
in low income familys, women denied their own needs in order to make ends meet
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Hilary Graham
•women who were living on benifits after sepertaing from their husbands said they were better off.
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Iren Hardill
•In her study of 30 dual-careerer professional couples, she found that all important decisions were usually taken by the man or jointly. •his careerer normally took priority when choosing to relocate.
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Stephen Edgell
•Study of professional couples found that: •Very important decsions - were either taken jointly or by the husband alone with the husband having final say. •important decsions-taken jointly and seldom by the wife alone. •Less important decisions-wife
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in low income familys, women denied their own needs in order to make ends meet

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Elaine Kempson

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•women who were living on benifits after sepertaing from their husbands said they were better off.

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•In her study of 30 dual-careerer professional couples, she found that all important decisions were usually taken by the man or jointly. •his careerer normally took priority when choosing to relocate.

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•Study of professional couples found that: •Very important decsions - were either taken jointly or by the husband alone with the husband having final say. •important decsions-taken jointly and seldom by the wife alone. •Less important decisions-wife

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