Unformatted text preview: American women. What problems have African-American women confronted in blending work and family? Sharecropping involved hard work in the fields, debt peonage, poverty, and little time for family. Working 3 jobs to survive involved sleep deprivation and little time for leisure. Home-based childcare seemed to work for the modern woman's life. D. Today, family life is still quite hard for working-class women, who tend to work in low-wage jobs and juggle work and family roles. E. There are still large race/ethnic and sex differences in labor force experiences that affect families...
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- Spring '12