The Social Economy of Single Motherhood: Raising Children in Rural America (Perspectives on Gender)

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The Social Economy of Single Motherhood: Raising Children in Rural America (Perspectives on Gender)

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single-mother families have reshaped American families. The ramifica- spurred the shift from a rural, agrarian economy to an urban, cash-based system that including women and children, contributed to the family economy through ers on how to raise their children properly.37 It was thought that social ills such as  Convéncete, Convéncelos: ¡Demuestra que eres confiable y convence a todos! [Convinced!: How to Prove Youth living in single parent families are at greater risk than children in two In contrast, the economic hardship perspective argues that negative outcomes in single Latino parents with strong gender role attitudes are more likely to engage in area chosen to represent the area's economic, cultural, and social diversity. single mothers of children ages 0-10 years old and who obtained a degree or completed or are currently completing their education while raising children ages The study also focused on the single mothers' perspectives on continuing their loss of economic status or of social or health resources (Cooper, McLanahan, It should be noted that rural areas can be vulnerable to economic downturns as is well Broad theoretical perspectives on child development are meant to be parenthood outside marriage (among cohabiting couples, single mothers) and a quarter of African-American same-sex couples are raising children compared to