The Average Woman
Sociological research provides a more objective picture of the situation of women under state capitalism. Research stresses the role of government policies and ideology in bringing women into the paid work force, the sexual division of labour, the double burden of work and family, the attitudes of men and women, and the differences between rural and urban women.
KeywordsState Capitalism Sociological Research Sexual Division Child Care Facility Polish Woman
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