Research Proposal on Whether Mothers' Work Outside the Home Negatively Impacts Children Do Mothers who work outside the home have a negative impact on the children? The answer is no This paper argues that mothers who work outside the home do not have a negative impact upon the well-being of their children; in particular, they cannot be held responsible for the delinquency of their offspring. As time allows, this paper will serve a variety of functions: it will be a prospectus or summary of the proposed research project; it will address certain specified questions about the research issue and about the research process; it will be a research log tracking all of the sources consulted and the questions and issues considered during the...The end:
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