Jessie Bernard and Edna Rostow discuss about sharing of roles and image of working women in old society in the United States
United States USA Date:1975 Duration:5 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
Film about the problems faced by working women in the United States. A American Sociologist Jessie Bernard along with Edna G Rostow a Mental Hygiene consultant at Yale University discuss about the importance of sharing of role between men and women. They state that one has to be aware, and not afraid of the responsibilities. They discuss about the old society along with its pros and corns. The image of working women not opting to marry in olden days. Their views contradict on women not opting to marry for career. Women walk across street. A woman laughs. Women practice dance. A woman works as a dentist. Two women bird trainers. A woman plays a Villon and another woman sings. A woman officer takes oath. A woman teaches. A woman works on a equipment.
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