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Institutional inequality and the mobilization of the Family and Medical Leave Act

rights on leave

by Catherine Ruth Albiston

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law and legislation,
  • United States,
  • Leave of absence,
  • Parental leave,
  • Sick leave,
  • Maternity leave

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCatherine R. Albiston
    SeriesCambridge studies in law and society
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27045849M
    ISBN 100521703948
    ISBN 109780521703949
    OCLC/WorldCa751128563

    Google Scholar Halpern-Meekin, S. Proposing prosperity? Pedulla, D. Sacramento, Calif.

    Google Scholar Patten, E. Can family leave laws mitigate the effects of these stereotypes? New York: Teachers College Press. Catherine KT Albiston argues that family leave laws communicate a social consensus that penalizing caregiving is morally wrong, and that this expressive effect of law can mitigate negative outcomes for mothers and leave takers. Contemporary U. Journal of Marriage and Family, 72 13—

    Journal of Family Issues, 32 11— This lecture series promotes thoughtful discussion on litigation and dispute resolution systems and the highest ethical ideals of the legal profession. Accessed January 23, The marriage-go-round: The state of marriage and the family in America today. Office of Child Care. Revesz, Environmental Regulation, Ideology, and the D.


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Institutional inequality and the mobilization of the Family and Medical Leave Act book

Google Scholar Gavanas, A. When there is no policy, leave takers of both genders receive less pay, and mothers and leave takers are seen as less committed, competent and likable than other workers. Is It Feasible?

Catherine R. Albiston

The wage penalty for motherhood. New York: Knopf. Ruger, Pauline T. Firestein, Netsy, and Nicola Dones. Google Scholar Hays, S.

Institutional Inequality and the Mobilization of the Family and Medical Leave Act : Rights on Leave

Despite some positive advancement in the voluntary adoption of paid parental leave, many organizations over the past 25 years have instead decreased paid leave benefits offered to employees in the United States, choosing instead to let unpaid leave under the Family Medical Leave Act FMLA serve in its place.

Supreme Court. The unfinished revolution: Coming of age in a new era of gender, work, and family. Revesz, Congressional Influence on Judicial Behavior? These expressive effects not only mitigate pay and promotion penalties but also overcome negative stereotypes about the competence and commitment of mothers and leave takers.

Albiston is a member of the California bar, and is admitted to practice before the Ninth, Fifth, and Third Circuits and the U. Van Arsdell was an outstanding young litigator involved in consumer law and was a role model for younger attorneys.

Community, Work, and Family, 14 2— Circuit, 84 Va. Social Politics, 16 4— Incorporating new census data, related reports, and academic studies, authors Victoria Gordon and Beth M. Circuit, 83 Va. American Journal of Public Health.Nick J Fox is honorary Professor of Sociology at the University of Sheffield, UK, in the School of Health and Related Research.

He is the author of books and papers applying new materialist and posthuman approaches to a range of sociological topics including health, sexualities, emotions, creativity and research methodology.

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While recognizing that parental leave is only one aspect of the FMLA, this Article concentrates on the provision allowing leave to parents in order to care for their children. Before analyzing the FMLA in detail, it is helpful to explore what aims a parental-leave policy should have. The purpose of this Article is to propose and defend three goals that parental-leave legislation should strive Cited by: 4.

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