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This research aimed at studying gender images and gender models while analyzing printed press texts related to the consideration of the aforementioned issues.
The gender relationships have been remarkably transformed in Lithuania is the last decade of the 20th century.
The purpose of the law is to ensure the implementation of the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania that established for women and men equal rights, and to prohibit any form of discrimination base
The Vilnius University Gender Studies Centre (GSC) – the first of its kind in the Baltic States - was established in 1992.
The paper is based on the analysis of power structure of the family and the family decisionmaking concerning household responsibilities, including childcare and household duties.
This paper is aiming at discussing possibilities of unemployed women, growing preteen children into the labour market.
The centre promotes activeness, entrepreneurship, and social participation of mothers who have been socially excluded from the labour market due to maternity leave and other reasons.
Using theoretical and empirical studies and a national public opinion survey of Lithuanians (N=1031) of the reproductive age (18–45 y.