Jessie Bernard and Edna Rostow discuss problems women face to balance personal and professional life in the United States.
United States USA Date:1975 Duration:5 min 16 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 that often women don't think that men are contributing much towards their progress. The pattern of the society being industrialized and nuclear families creating more problem for women to balance between their social and professional life. They insist upon development of child care centers and fathers' contribution in the development of children. They discuss about women going to work in urban and industrial areas.
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