It is argued that one of the reasons for the slow change in work and sex roles, despite policies designed to encourage such change, Is an inadequate understanding of the process of industrialization and Its Impact on women's status. This impact has been both increasingly to favor money as the sole criteria for status and to force a separation of the home and the workplace. Both of these factors have had an adverse impact on women's status which the growth of technology, expansion of education, and increased control over fertility have not been able to counteract. The limitations of current policy regarding women's work roles are then discussed, and suggestions for policies which might facilitate a better integration of work and home roles are explored.
"Sex Roles and Work Roles in Post-industrial Society,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 4
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol4/iss8/4
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