Women and Survival in Mexican Cities: perspectives on gender, labour markets, and low-income households. There is considerable variability within the stay-at-home mother population with regard to their intent to return to the paid workforce. In the s in western countries, it was becoming more accepted for a woman to work until she got married, when it was a widely held belief that she should stop work and become a housewife. Prior to agriculture and animal husbandry, reliable food sources were a scarce commodity. In the 19th century, more and more women in industrialising countries stopped being homemakers and farm wives and began to undertake paid work in various industries outside the home and away from the family farm , in addition to the work they did at home. In rural societies where the main source of work is farming , women have also taken care of gardens and animals around the house, generally helping men with heavy work when a job needed to be done quickly, usually because of the season. In imperial China excluding periods of the Tang dynasty , women were bound to homemaking by the doctrines of Confucianism and cultural norms. Some professions open to women were also restricted to unmarried women e.
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