Perceptions of Women's Opportunities in the FederalRepublic of Gennany and the UnitedKingdom

Marina A. Adler, April A. Brayfield
1992 Social Thought and Research  
This study assesses the impact ofsocio-economic status and family life on perceptions of women's opportunities among German and British women and men. Our theoretical framework links national characteristics to individual characteristics and perceptions. We hypothesize that the influence of work-family status on perceptions of women's opportunities varies by gender and country because of crossnational differences in ideology and policy. Separate multiple regression analyses for women and men in
more » ... or women and men in eacb country' indicate important variations in the effects of labor force participation. family income, age, and family status on perceptions ofwomen's opportunities for education and employment.
doi:10.17161/str.1808.5079 fatcat:fwmfpli3trcdjalh36koihjqei