Women who stay at home and love it!

November 1996
Ebony;Nov1996, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p52
Relates the thoughts and experiences of Afro-American mothers who choose to stay at home and enjoy it. Decision-making by husbands and wives about the choice to stay at home; Reasons for staying at home; Activities done during the day; Satisfaction factors; Characteristics of the families.


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