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Children ' s Aspirations ? The Second Shift Reflected in the Second Generation : Do Parents ' Gender Roles at Home Predict

  title={Children ' s Aspirations ? The Second Shift Reflected in the Second Generation : Do Parents ' Gender Roles at Home Predict},
  author={Alyssa Croft and T. Schmader and Katharina Block and A. Baron},
Gender inequality at home continues to constrain gender equality at work. How do the gender disparities in domestic labor that children observe between their parents predict those children’s visions for their future roles? The present research examined how parents’ behaviors and implicit associations concerning domestic roles, over and above their explicit beliefs, predict their children’s future aspirations. Data from 326 children aged 7 to 13 years revealed that mothers’ explicit beliefs… Expand

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