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Includes bibliographical references (pages 141-148) and index.
Introduction -- The research -- Downtown school -- Uptown school -- The historical trajectory of inequality -- Outline of the book -- Women and the making of the new middle class -- The historical trajectory of mothering and schooling -- A new middle class -- Women, schooling and the intergenerational continuities of the -- New middle class -- The cycle reproducing the new middle class -- Concluding comments -- The mothering discourse -- Discovering discourse -- Inventing the mothering discourse -- The moral logic of the mothering discourse -- The mothering discourse in our interviews -- Time, scheduling, and coordinating the uncoordinated -- Constructing the school day -- The school day: getting there on time -- The school day: lunch time -- The school day: coming home -- The school day at school -- Conclusion -- Complementary educational work -- Complementary educational work: a contribution to the school -- The full-time housewives -- Educational work as a priority -- Diversified routines -- Flexible routines -- Not strongly school oriented -- Complementary educational work: employed mothers and fathers -- Educational work as a priority -- Not strongly school oriented -- Summary -- Fathers' involvement in complementary educational work -- Conclusion -- Uptown and downtown in maltby school and board perspectives -- Teachers -- The administrators -- Conclusion.
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