Effects of Working Mothers on Parenting

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Essay #: 054709
Total text length is 13,750 characters (approximately 9.5 pages).

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Effects of Working Mothers on Parenting
What ensues is a rough draft of a final research paper that will argue, contrary to the suspicions of many, that mothers who work outside the home are not imperilling their children by doing so. When it comes to such matters as juvenile delinquency, adult criminal status, and other measurable “manifestations” of sociopathic or anti-social behaviour, the work status of the mother during the child’s formative years has not apparent bearing upon the offspring’s development; put bluntly, there is no statistically reliable correlation between the independent variable (the mother working outside the home) and the dependent variables delineated above. Instead, the cognitive capabilities of the mother and...
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.....D THE INTERACTIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DELINQUENCY AND PARENTING PRACTICES: THE CONTRIBUTION OF LEGAL SANCTIONS." BEYOND THE INTERACTIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DELINQUENCY AND PARENTING PRACTICES: THE CONTRIBUTION OF LEGAL SANCTIONS. Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency, 39(1): 36-59.
Vander Ven, Michael, et al. (n.d.). Home alone: the impact of maternal employment on delinquency. Pp.141-147 (additional information not provided).
Vander Ven, Michael, & Cullen, F.T. (2004). The impact of maternal employment on serious crime youth: Does the quality of working conditions matter? Crime & Delinquency, 50(2): 272-291.
Winterfield, L.A. (1986). Criminal careers of juveniles in New York City. New York: Vera Institute of Justice.