By Åsa Lundqvist, Janet Fink
''Changing family of Welfare'' is anxious with the complexities of relatives family members and practices within the contemporary previous and the way those were imagined, addressed or elided in current coverage making. It makes use of wealthy and sundry resources to supply an leading edge method of the research of meanings afforded to the relations in several coverage, felony and welfare contexts in Sweden, Denmark and Britain. This ebook considers how debates approximately accountability, legal responsibility and rights were gendered in social coverage and welfare perform, when additionally focusing upon the intersections of relations, gender, race and ethnicity and different ways that laws and coverage in northern Europe were used to manage not just immigration but additionally the lives of migrant households. providing a traditionally trained, comparative research of the moving dynamics within the courting among kin and the nation, this quantity deals new pathways for exploring questions of switch and continuity
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These schemes also raised the question of whether or not mothers should stay at home full time while their children were young for some schemes included an allowance for the mother. In the event, contributory widows’ pensions were introduced in 1925, while a national scheme of family allowances had to wait until 1945. ) The Married Women’s Property Acts passed between 1876 and 1884 had given married women control over their own property and income. Income included their earnings, which was of particular importance to working class women.
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She wrote: With respect to the proper position and function of the woman in the Family there is general agreement up to a certain point. If the husband is the head of the Family, the wife is the centre. It is she who is primarily responsible for the care of the children: to the utmost extent of which the family means will allow, it is her duty to see that they are well cared for, both physically and morally: and it is generally agreed that this duty can only be properly fulfilled by personal attention … The wealthy mother who hands over her children to the care of nurses and governesses, however highly she may pay these, without constant and adequate supervision, fails just as reprehensibly of her duty as the poorer mother whose carelessness or ignorance leaves them wholly neglected.