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Key Studies Opting out New york times article written by a Princeton graduate who interviewed her friends who left high powered jobs to stay at home with children. Argued that this is a choice by the women who are no longer fighting for womens rights like the previous generation. Women feel liberated to stay at home and are drawn by their nature to care for their children. “Moms going home stories” Graff journalism study analyzing 119 articles over 100 years that discusses women leaving the workplace. Problems lie in the fact that it fits only 8% of the demographic(workforce) and only 4% of the women have advanced degrees. (Compared to those from the opting out article). The belkin group is 20% more likely to be married when giving birth and therefore have a second income to rely on. Also looked at when the women were being interviewed to see if it could influence their answers. Correl(2007) Compared and distributed dossiers evaluations of consultants. Compared whether they were male and female and if they were a parent or not. Found out
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2010 for the course PSY 239 taught by Professor Dr.stephaniegoodwin during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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