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The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota Chores For Kids, Children Chores, Work Review, Social Science Project, Wage Gap, School Tv, Gender Pay Gap, University Of Minnesota, Sociology

Children, Chores, and the Gender Pay Gap at Home - Sociological Images

The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota

The Single Parent Double Standard: Demonizing the Moms and Martyrizing the Dads — Everyday Feminism Good Parenting, Single Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Gender Examples, Gender Myths, Everyday Feminism, Social Equality, Family Structure, Happy Parents

Why We Martyr Single Dads, But Demonize Single Moms (And What To Do About It)

It’s typical to assume that single dads are doing something heroic – and that single moms are doing just the opposite. Here are a few things we can do to change this.

Glass Ceiling: barrier created by our patriarchal society that makes it difficult for women to obtain top level jobs. This pin illustrates a women wanting to find a good job to support her child but cannot solely because she is female. Equal Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Best Careers, Intersectional Feminism, Equal Rights, Political Cartoons, Political Art, Sociology, Social Issues

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From TMI's DAP, PAS to discuss PKR’s Selangor MB proposal, says Anwar Anwar said he would step aside as state economic adviser if Dr Wan Azizah was appointed as MB. "I don't think I will have any role and I will not continue as economic adviser if Azizah becomes the MB‎." What did Anwar Ibrahim mean by that? Could it be one (or all) of the following? Khalid Ibrahim is lousy at the economical operations and administration of Selangor, thus an economic advisor is absolutely necessary, with…

 An interesting perspective on how the pay disparity happens for parents. Having A Baby, Work Hard, Daddy, Wellness, Shit Happens, Perspective, Parents, Articles, Dads

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Seven Ways Women Are Still Falling Behind on International Women's Day Fall Behind, Gender Pay Gap, Ladies Day, Be Still

Seven Ways Women Are Still Falling Behind on International Women's Day

Today is International Women’s Day, a day originally started more than 100 years ago by socialist organizers who saw that the wealth generated by capitalism wasn’t trickling down to its female half. So a century later, how have women fared economically? The numbers aren’t pretty. A recent report from the [...]

Study: NYCs Working Fathers Enjoy Daddy Bonus While Women Suffer Mommy Tax Fathers, Daddy, Nyc, Women, Dads, Parents, Women's, New York City

Study: NYC’s Working Fathers Enjoy ‘Daddy Bonus’ While Women Suffer ‘Mommy Tax’

Women with children in New York City earned up to 27 percent less when compared to men with children.

It pays to be a dad. Fathers earn more than men without children_Economy News_News_worldbuy. Fathers, Daddy, Fiction, Diapers, Children, Men, Life, Dads, Young Children

The Daddy Bonus – Fact, Fiction, or Optional?

While Moms Get Less Pay, Fathers Garner “Daddy Bonuses” Make More Money, Economics, Fathers, Daddy, Mom, Dads, Parents, Finance, Mothers

While Moms Get Less Pay, Fathers Garner “Daddy Bonuses”

You’ve probably heard of the “mommy penalty.” Turns out there’s a “daddy bonus,” too—where fathers make more money than men without kids.

Written Testimony of Dr. Stephen Benard Professor of Sociology Indiana University Indiana University, The Marketing, Sociology, 18 Months, Newspaper, Professor, Bar Chart, Resume, Period

Written Testimony of Dr. Stephen Benard Professor of Sociology Indiana University

Meeting of February 15, 2012 - Unlawful Discrimination Against Pregnant Workers and Workers with Caregiving Responsibilities

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Written Testimony of Dr. Stephen Benard Professor of Sociology Indiana University

Meeting of February 15, 2012 - Unlawful Discrimination Against Pregnant Workers and Workers with Caregiving Responsibilities

"Mothers were perceived as about less competent than otherwise equivalent women without children. In contrast, fathers and men without children were seen as equally competent. Indiana University, Sociology, Professor, Equality, Fathers, No Response, Gender, Domestic Violence, Writing

Written Testimony of Dr. Stephen Benard Professor of Sociology Indiana University

Meeting of February 15, 2012 - Unlawful Discrimination Against Pregnant Workers and Workers with Caregiving Responsibilities

"Mothers were perceived as about less competent than otherwise equivalent women without children. In contrast, fathers and men without children were seen as equally competent. Indiana University, Sociology, Professor, Equality, Fathers, No Response, Gender, Domestic Violence, Writing

Written Testimony of Dr. Stephen Benard Professor of Sociology Indiana University

Meeting of February 15, 2012 - Unlawful Discrimination Against Pregnant Workers and Workers with Caregiving Responsibilities

 Stanford Professor Shelley Correll discusses her work on the hurdles mothers face in the work. Inspirational Videos, Social Science, Sociology, Professor, Feminism, Mom, Youtube, Teacher, Social Studies

The Motherhood Penalty: Stanford Professor Shelley Correll

Ideas. Research. Conversations. On the path to gender equality. Stanford Professor Shelley Correll discusses her work on the hurdles mothers face in the work...