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Mothers, parenting and the impact of separation
Lucinda Platt, Tina Haux and Rachel Rosenberg
This paper investigates the impact of separation on mothers’ perception of their competence as parents. Using the Millennium Cohort Study (MCS), a largescale nationally representative cohort study of children born in the...Read more...
12 June 2015
Pathways and penalties: Mothers’ employment trajectories and wage growth in the Families and Children Study
Francesca Bastagli and Kitty Stewart
This paper uses panel data from the British Families and Children Study to analyse the employment patterns of women with children and the ways in which part-time work and interruptions in paid employment influence the wa...Read more...
1 December 2011
Non-residential Fatherhood and Child Involvement: Evidence from the Millennium Cohort Study
Kathleen E Kiernan
Fifteen per cent of British babies are now born to parents who are neither cohabiting nor married. Little is known about non-residential fatherhood that commences with the birth of a child. Here, we use the Millennium Co...Read more...
Welfare Reform and Lone Mothers' Employment in the US
Jane Waldfogel, Sandra K. Danziger, Sheldon Danziger and Kristin Seefeldt
The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) of 1996 represents a dramatic change in the US welfare state. One of its key goals was to move lone mothers, even those with young children, fr...Read more...