How to Measure Motherhood for a Sociology Research Project
A sociology research paper on motherhood uses one of two methods to obtain research data, either qualitative or quantitative. Qualitative is subjective data gathered by watching interaction between a mother and child or evaluating written data....
7.1 Contemporary theories surrounding motherhood ... Research methods in the
sociology of the family can be broken down to three major approaches, each ...
The study shows that working mothers who expressed a supermom attitude that
... Then, when the women were 40, Leupp measured their levels of depression. ...
The paper, “Even Supermoms Get the Blues: Employment, Gender Attitudes ...
Examination of the social correlates of such outcome measures led in tum to a
focus on .... Oakley's Becoming a Mother is based on a research project started in
Study goals were to identify family patterns of gender role attitudes, ... and to
assess the implications of gender attitude patterns for family conflict. Participants
were mothers, fathers, and first- and second-born adolescents ..... The letters
explained the purpose of the research project, and described the criteria for
This paper evaluates a burgeoning literature on the effects of the 1996 welfare
reform ... Poverty remains high among single mothers and their children, welfare
... debate shifting to family and child well-being, sociology has an important policy
Professor of Sociology at the University of New Hampshire. ... research projects
had focused on mothers and divorce (Arendell 1986), .... mothers perform the
great measure of the work of child rearing, they do so in conditions typically not of
Department of Sociology. July 2007 ... virtually impossible to determine the
number of children whose mothers have become infected with HIV following ...
This research project's main objective is to use qualitative interviews to
My thesis will explore the pregnancy and early motherhood experiences of young
... research project led by the Women's Health Research Centre (University of ...
Economists see wellbeing as an alternative measure of societal progress to ...