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This journal talks of how the women roles have changed mostly due to the men behavior. It compares different family decision matters under different conditions of female role perception. It compares the different modern and traditional family roles especially with age and income categories.
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Kohen talks on the delayed ages in marriage causing the changing roles for women. He feels that the decreased fertilities and higher employment rates, with increased family headships has caused a major change in women's attitude and their roles in the families. The chapters review that recent research findings have shown women's definition of their family role being able to their personal goals.
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Park's book has emphasized on how the roles of women have changed especially in North Korea and the impacts this has on their status. The author says that the economic crisis has been the main reason of this change. This has caused women to move from their homeland in order to take care of their families. The chapters here have emphasized on the negative impact that the economic crisis has on these women.
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The journal emphasizes on how men and women had a clear separation as working and non-working though this has radically changed in the last three decades. It explains the structural and spiritual differences in the world today mentioning single parenting, working couples, teen parenting among other fields that were rarely heard of in the 1800s. He assesses these configurations and compares them to the changing woman's role.