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Título: Negotiating work and care in a changing welfare regime: the case of Portugal
Autor: Wall, Karin
Samitca, Sanda
Palavras-chave: Famílias
Families
Estado providência
Welfare state
Data: 2013
Editora: Amsterdam University Press
Citação: Wall, K., Samitca, S. & Correia, S. (2013). Negotiating work and care in a changing welfare regime: the case of Portugal. In Le Bihan, B., Martin, C. & Knijn, T. (eds), Work and care under pressure: care arrangements across Europe (pp. 125-149). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
Resumo: The main aim of this chapter is to examine how families in Portugal caring for young children or old people in need of care reconcile their work and caring responsibilities. As in other southern European countries, important changes have taken place over the last few decades that have affected the balance between work and family life. Female activity rates have been rising since the 1960s, reaching 69 per cent in 2008, and changes in both the attitudes to and the economic behaviour of women have led to the continuing decline of the male breadwinner model. At the policy level, Portuguese society has been faced with the task of reorganising the care of children and old people, leading to developments in both leave policies and service provision.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/23186
ISBN: 978-90-8964-542-5
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