Provide recommendations for how the U.S. could improve its policies and the expected benefits.

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Create an infographic that compares the U.S. government’s family leave policies with those in the rest of the developed world. In addition to posting your infographic, share your recommendations for how the U.S. could improve its policies and the expected benefits. Be sure to substantiate your comparisons and recommendations with evidence from current scholarly resources.

Just need it by Sunday the 13th, and here are some resources and the textbook.

Brown, M. (2012). Responses to work intensification: Does generation matter?. The International Journal Of Human Resource Management, 23(17), 3578-3595. doi:10.1080/09585192.2011.654348

Kelly, E. L., Moen, P., Oakes, J. M., Fan, W., Okechukwu, C., Davis, K. D., Hammer, L. B., & Casper, L. M. (2014, May 29). Changing work and work-family conflict: Evidence from the work, family, and health network. American Sociological Review,79(3), 485-516. Retrieved from http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kelly_Davis3/p…

Mandel, H. (2011). Rethinking the paradox: tradeoffs in work-family policy and patterns of gender inequality. Community, Work & Family, 14(2), 159-176. doi:10.1080/13668803.2011.571397

Ray, R., Gornick, J. C., & Schmitt, J. (2009). Parental leave policies in 21 countries: Assessing generosity and gender equality. Center for Economic and Policy Research. Retrieved from http://www.cite.gov.pt/asstscite/images/grafs11/Pa…

Slaughter, A-M. (2013, June). Anne-Marie Slaughter: Can we have it all? [Video file] Retrieved from: http://www.ted.com/talks/anne_marie_slaughter_can_we_all_have_it_all.html (Links to an external site.)

Valenti, J . (2014, August 20). Lean in, lean out, whatever: working mothers still don’t get enough credit. The Guardian Retrieved from http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/aug/…

Recommended References

Budig, M. J., Misra, J., & Boekmann, I. (2012). The motherhood penalty in cross-national perspective: The importance of work–family policies and cultural attitudes. Social Politics, 19(2), 163-193. Retrieved from http://paa2012.princeton.edu/papers/120033

Jorgensen, G. (2006). Kohlberg and Gilligan: Duet or duel?. Journal of Moral Education, 35(2), 179-196. Retrieved from http://www.worldcat.org/title/kohlberg-and-gilliga…

and the textbook:

Alonso-Villar, On., Del Rio, C., & Gradin, C. (2012). The extent of occupational segregation in the United States: Differences by race, ethnicity, and gender. Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy & Society, 51(2), 179-212. doi:10.1111/j.1468-232X.2012.00674.x

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