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In this article, the authors explore how data on the use of time might be used to investigate the multilevel connections between family-related policies and fathers' child care time in a… Continue Reading
This article contributes to the study of stratification in consumption activities by focusing on the association between ‘voracious’ leisure, gender and social status. Cultural voraciousness is a… Continue Reading
Gender inequalities in work–family balance have wide-reaching ramifications: women shoulder the greatest burden of unpaid work and care, both decreasing their opportunities for employment and… Continue Reading
The United Kingdom has a long history of time use research, spanning back to the early 20th century (Pember Reeves 1913). The Multinational Time Use Study includes British surveys collected in every… Continue Reading
This article presents an overview of the gendered distinctions between housework and child care, illustrating those distinctions through time-use diary research. Following the logic of the gender… Continue Reading