Gi-Taik Oh

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The Impact of Disabilities on Mothers’ Work Participation: Examining Differences between Single and Married Mothers

This study examines the prevalence of disabilities among mothers and children and analyzes how these disabilities influence mothers’ work participation.

By Sunhwa Lee, Gi-Taik Oh, Heidi Hartmann and Barbara Gault|2021-01-07T02:56:04-05:00January 31, 2004|IWPR|Comments Off on The Impact of Disabilities on Mothers’ Work Participation: Examining Differences between Single and Married Mothers

Disabilities among Children and Mothers in Low-Income Families

This Research-in-Brief presents selected findings from an IWPR analysis examining disabilities among children and mothers in low-income families.

By Sunhwa Lee, Melissa Sills and Gi-Taik Oh|2020-11-22T21:57:21-05:00June 21, 2002|IWPR|Comments Off on Disabilities among Children and Mothers in Low-Income Families

New Welfare Proposals Would Require Mothers Receiving Assistance to Work More than the Average American Mom; Child Care Inadequate

Presently, the federal welfare law requires that 50 percent of single-parent families and 90 percent of two-parent families receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) be engaged in a work activity.

By Gi-Taik Oh, Vicky Lovell and Deanna Lyter|2020-11-25T00:47:08-05:00April 11, 2002|IWPR|Comments Off on New Welfare Proposals Would Require Mothers Receiving Assistance to Work More than the Average American Mom; Child Care Inadequate
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