Jessie Bernard and Edna Rostow discuss about the role a woman plays and the need to cope up with the society in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1975 Duration:6 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
A film about problems faced by working women in the United States. American sociologist Jessie Bernard and Edna G. Rostow, a mental hygiene consultant at the Yale University, discuss about the increased dependency age of children on their parents. Prolonged education and industrialization being one of the reasons for the dependence. Children leave home as they realize their dependence. They talk about the role of women in the society and the changes needed in women to cope up with their children and the society. They talk about broadening the life of a woman and expanding her role in the society and the change in the relationship between a man and a woman. Jessie Bernard shares her personal experience and difficulties in being a single mother. Edna G. Rostow talks about the understanding between a husband and a wife while sharing her personal experience.
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