Unformatted text preview: the teachers had the impression that working mothers used daycares so that they would have more time to do other things for themselves such as grocery shopping. Another topic that interested me is how college students in Japan viewed working mothers. Although the university students were more progressive than the typical person living in Japan, they too agreed with the traditional beliefs when it came to mother-child relationships. However, in American, working mothers are prevalent; many continue to work even after they have a child. I found the difference between American and Japanese mothers interesting, that society has such a great impact on the lives of working women....
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- Winter '10
- Psychology, Day care, Mariko Fujita