7) Intensive Mothering -Unlike the caregiver role, intensive mothering involves the determined participation of the mother in all activities associated around the kid’s childhood. -This role was introduced after the Second World War, in an effort to remove femalesfrom the workplace to make room for the returning males. -This set of guidelines for mothering reflected in intensive mothering underlines the unfair gendering work of the woman and patriarchal ideas. By changing the roles of a female in society, males could claim dominance once again over the work force. -Additionally, this role of mothers is a middle class North American luxury, as those
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