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CLIP 12623

Divorce and men bringing up children

Divorce and men bringing up children

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Key Info
  • Divorce and men bringing up children
  • Duration: 01:48
  • An interview with a man whose wife had walked out on him leaving five children behind. He talks about the pressure he was under trying to bring up children and how it was a full time job and maybe he should get wages for it. Also a look at a campaign to get pay for housework.
  • Subject:



    British Life in the 20th Century

  • Keywords: divorce, appreciate, wages for housework, women in the twentieth century, 20th century
Ideas for use in class
  • What are the views and opinions of pupils regarding husbands or partners staying at home to bring up children and to manage the house?
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 4x3

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