12 Work and Family Opinionnaire

12 Work and Family Opinionnaire - SA A ? D SD Latchkey...

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Work and Family Opinionnaire Indicate how strongly you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. SA=Strongly Agree, A=Agree, ?=Unsure, D=Disagree, SD=Strongly Disagree SA A ? D SD Family work is inferior to paid work. SA A ? D SD Women should work for pay after children are born. SA A ? D SD Housework is a drag. SA A ? D SD If a man is a good provider, he is also a good husband and father. SA A ? D SD Women's employment is good for their families. SA A ? D SD Employed women have more power in marriage than nonemployed women. SA A ? D SD Sexual harassment has been overemphasized as a workplace issue. SA A ? D SD Mothers on welfare are lazy.
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Unformatted text preview: SA A ? D SD Latchkey children are in danger of becoming juvenile delinquents. SA A ? D SD Workplace policies generally support families. SA A ? D SD Job insecurity affects family well-being. SA A ? D SD The US government values and supports low income families in a positive manner. SA A ? D SD Most people who are poor are victims of fate. SA A ? D SD The war on poverty has become the war on welfare. SA A ? D SD Much of the anti-welfare sentiment is based on stereotypes. SA A ? D SD Every citizen of the US should be guaranteed adequate medical care. SA A ? D SD Homelessness is a personal problem. SA A ? D SD Employers should be doing more to help families balance work and family life. SA A ? D SD We need to develop policies to help build stronger families....
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