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Agassi aspects attitude change Britain British Social Attitudes cent of women chapter childbirth coefficients comparison conclusion convenient hours correlated differences dummy economic Economistic Employment Survey evidence examined experience extent factor analysis family income FAMINC financial constraint frequencies full-time workers gender roles Goldthorpe hours categories husband's job husbands importance attached increase industrial sociology influence instrumental orientation instrumental worker interview involuntary less traditional attitudes life-cycle married women Martin and Roberts men's orientations men's studies multivariate multivariate analysis non-manual non-working women occupations overlaps part-time workers participation possible potential earnings proportion QUAL3 reasons regression relationship sample of women satisfaction scale semi-skilled significant similar Social Attitudes Survey Social Survey Solidaristic standard deviations stay at home stereotypes studies suggested Table thought TRAD trade union Traditional attitude scores variables voluntary whole sample woman Women and Employment women with children women's attitudes women's employment women's hours young childless women