Advances in Sociology Research. Volume 22

Jared A. Jaworski (Editor)

Series: Advances in Sociology Research
BISAC: SOC026000

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In this book, Chapter One highlights the most common challenges related to social determinants of health in selected slum areas in Amman and Aqaba and Suggesting policy directions and interventions so as to meet these challenges. Chapter Two examines the determinants of poverty in urban slums in four secondary cities of Bangladesh (i.e., Tongi, Jessore, Mymensingh and Dinajpur) based on a census survey of 33,049 households using a probit model. Chapter Three employs phenomenological ethnography in order to examine the conditions that allow children to play with the toddler version of the German toy-making company Playmobil 1.2.3. Chapter Four questions conciliation policies, considering them as perverse effects which consequences strengthen the inequality between men and women in the labor market, and claims that inequality between men and women in the labor market intersects with other social inequalities. Chapter Five examines the Work Outcome Preferences among men and women according to organizational status. Chapter Six characterizes women’s contraceptive choice by accounting for individual characteristics that theoretically shape this decision and testing empirically what characteristics are significant. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Understanding the Social Determinants of Health in Selected Slum Areas in Jordan
Musa T. Ajlouni, PhD (Department of Hospital Management, Philadelphia University, Amman, Jordan)

Chapter 2. Determinants of Poverty in the Urban Slums of Bangladesh
Sanzidur Rahman (School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Plymouth, UK)

Chapter 3. A Phenomenological Ethnography of Playing with a System Toy
Alexander Kozin and Tanja Staehler (Department of Philosophy, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK)

Chapter 4. The Perverse Effects and Intersection of Inequalities in Work and Family Life Conciliation: A Case Study in Spain
Mercedes Alcañiz, PhD (Department of Philosophy and Sociology, Jaume I University, Castellón, Spain)

Chapter 5. A Manager is a Manager Regardless of Gender: Organizational Status, Gender, and Work Outcome Preferences
Moshe Sharabi (Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Yezreel Valley Academic College, D.N Emek Yezreel, Israel)

Chapter 6. Contraceptive Responsibility: What Determines a Woman’s Choice Concerning Birth Control?
Amanda J. Felkey (Department of Economics, Business and Finance, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, USA)

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