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The study shows that there were obvious clashes of opinion between the women and the mainly male municipal politicians and planners about who should have the power andrqhands define what needs there were, how they were to be fulfilled and when they were to be regarded as having been fulfilled.
In this period, childcare was mainly seen as an emergency measure for the children of single mothers.
These were also questions on the national political agenda. At this time the state had considerable welfare ambitions that the municipalities were given the task of realising. Another result of the study is the conclusion that the regime theory assumption about possibilities for networks and coalitions to exercise influence, regardless of their original power resources, needs kontraot.
The studies are about how the laundry work was to be organised, and the building of modern laundries equipped with washing machines, how the women made demands for collective service flats, which would enable the women to take gainful employment outside the home, and finally about the demands for communal child care that would satisfy the needs of gainfully employed women.
Margit Palmaer was such a bridgebuilder. Andarhands led to the municipalities, whose main goal was to act in an economically rational way, organising the laundry work in a way that did not satisfy the needs of the women, the people who actually did the washing.
In order for women to have such possibilities, there had to be a bridge between national and local politics. It is a well-known fact that women were very under-represented in the political bodies of that time.
And when planning is based on the assumption that women do not have to support their families, when their gainful employment is regarded as secondary, and when they are expected to facilitate men being gainfully employed by doing housework and care work, then they are tied to reproductive work tasks.
The question of influence is taken up using regime theory, which assumes that in order to exercise political influence, groups can join forces and work in networks and coalitions. The municipalities could get advantageous loans for the modern laundries if they were integrated in new housing projects.