Motherhood Manifesto Sociology Discussion Responses
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Motherhood Manifesto Sociology Discussion Responses
Single mothers earn less than women without children, even with the same level of education. This selection examines discrimination single mothers sometimes face.
What are some common assumptions about single mothers?
Why do you think working mothers sometimes face discrimination when applying for a job?
Why do you think discrimination against single mothers is legal in some places?
What policies do you think would help single mothers in the workforce?
Respond to at least two of your classmates.
reply to these students
Jareli PadillaYesterdaySep 10 at 10:52pm
Some of the common assumptions about single mothers in the workplace are that they lack availability and are irresponsible.
I believe discrimination against single mothers is legal in some places because they might take more time off than individuals who don’t have children or have a partner.
This will give the workplaces an excuse on why they should pay them less or treat them poorly.
I think two policies that will help single mothers in the workplace is free or low-cost child care. This will take some of the heavyweight of the single parent to find a place for their child/ren. Ultimately, I think compassion should be something employers should learn or have towards single parents, it is not easy to be a parent and the only provider.
Careesa Garcia (She/Her/Hers)YesterdaySep 10 at 4:37pm
Some common assumptions about single mothers are that they take too much time off of work because of their children. and that they take advantage of government assistance programs.
I think working mothers face discrimination when applying because of the assumptions they have about single and/or working mothers. They think that the job won’t be done well or done at all because they have their children to take care of as well and they know their children would be the priority.
I honestly don’t understand how discrimination against single mothers is legal anywhere, however, I would say that it’s probably legal in certain areas where jobs are limited such as rural areas or perhaps in very conservative areas.
I think about this very often being a working mother myself.
I resonated really hard with the video because I used to help support my mom like the son in the video did, and also I was a single mom for years and if it weren’t for having my family to help support me, I really don’t think I would’ve made it.
I know many single moms as well who are barely making ends meet.
Some policies I think would help single mothers in the workforce would be benefits such as paid childcare on sight and flexible work schedules.
These two alone would solve the problem single mothers have of choosing to tend to their child or working.
Childcare costs typically as much as a single mother makes, which defeats the purpose of working just to pay for daycare.
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