Wydawnictwo: University of Toronto Press
The authors of the country studies have done an excellent job of recounting the details of child care strategies, and placing them within the larger context of state approaches to women's roles. They argue that an examination of the direction and the form of spending, in this period when social spending is under attack, contributes to our understanding of new principles of citizenship as they have been developed and articulated by governments.
Who Cares? highlights the connection between child care and employment, and makes a significant contribution to the literature on citizenship and women's work