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Margery Garrett Spring Rice
Being the survey of 1,250 married working women, based on information collected by the Women"s Health Enquiry Committee.
|Statement||by Margery Spring Rice ; with an introduction by Dame Janet Campbell.|
|Contributions||Campbell, Janet, Dame., Women"s Health Enquiry Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||214p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||214|
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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations ; 20 cm. Contents: The mother in the family group --Aims and methods of the Women's Health Enquiry Committee --The incidence and treatment of ill-health; followed by a letter from a rural district nurse --The attitude to life and health --The.
Margery Spring Rice (10 June – 21 April ) was a British social reformer. She was Secretary of the League of Nations Society and a founding member of the National Birth Control Association (later Family Planning Association). Working-class wives book She authored the book Working-Class Wives: Their Health and Conditions in Born: Margaret Lois Garrett, 10 JuneLondon.
which indicates that working-class wives gener-ally hold higher mobility aspirations than their husbands and, in fact, the discrepancy in aspira-tions between spouses serves as a source of mar-ital strain Rather, what is suggested here is that such mobility aspirations are held in the 12 Miiller and Riessman, "The Working Class Subculture.".
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OCLC Number: Notes: "First published "--Title page verso. Credits: "Being the survey of the conditions of 1, married working women, based on information collected by the Women's Health Enquiry Committee.".
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