Reversing roles: bringing men into the frame

@article{Fredman2014ReversingRB,
  title={Reversing roles: bringing men into the frame},
  author={S. Fredman},
  journal={International Journal of Law in Context},
  year={2014},
  volume={10},
  pages={442-459}
}
  • S. Fredman
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of Law in Context
  • The attempt to secure maternity rights has been a major focus of decades of campaigning for women's equality. However, it is of concern that maternity rights might reinforce women's responsibility for childcare. This paper considers how we bring men back into the frame, through a critical assessment of the contrasting approaches in Europe and the US to claims by fathers for parenting rights. It is argued that the goal of equal participation of women in the workplace needs to be matched by equal… CONTINUE READING
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