- Title Pages
- 1 The Feminization of Poverty in Cross-National Perspective
- 2 Sweden: The Feminization of Poverty?
- 3 Feminization of Poverty in France: A Latent Issue
- 4 Germany: Poverty as a Risk for Women Deviating from The Male Breadwinner Norm
- 5 The United Kingdom: The Feminization of Poverty?
- 6 Women’s Poverty in Canada: Cross-Currents in an Ebbing Tide
- 7 The Italian Case
- 8 Feminization of Poverty in Japan: A Special Case?
- 9 Feminization of Poverty in The United States: Any Surprises?
- 10 Summary, Synthesis, and Conclusions, Part 1: The Poverty of Lone Women, Their Diversity, and Income Sources
- 11 Summary, Synthesis, and Conclusions, Part 2: Government Policies for Lone Women
- Poor Women in Rich Countries
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