International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part A (2017)
A social study of family differences in maternal time with children
This paper looks at the relationship between family structure and maternal time with children. The distinctions in maternal time with children by marital status, living courses of action, and different qualities inside the single mother populace and in contrast with married mothers Findings show that distinctions in maternal time with children to a great extent vanish or that single mothers participate in more childcare than married mothers after controls are presented. Along these lines, contrasts in maternal time with children seem, by all accounts, to be for the most part owing to the distraught social structural area of single mothers as opposed to various proclivities towards mothering between married and single mothers. Today employed mothers look for approaches to maximize time with children: They remain very liable to work low maintenance or to exit from the work compel for a few years when their children are youthful; they additionally contrast from non-utilized mothers in different employments of time (housework, volunteer work, leisure).
How to cite this article:
Dr. Ram Naresh Yadav. A social study of family differences in maternal time with children. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(5):57-60.