Arlie Hochschild

University of California, Berkeley

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Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the Universitiy of California, Berkeley and co-author of The Second Shift: Working Parents and the Revolution at Home

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In the last twenty years the cost of childcare has outstripped every other item in the family budget.

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