Presents an article focusing on social policies addressing work and family issues among women. Information on the family leave master narrative that underlies calls for paid family leave policies; Media discussions about working women solving the work and family conflict by opting out of employment to stay home and care for their children; Advantages offered by structural approaches over antidiscrimination measures based on formal equality.

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