Gender Inequality in Housework Across 20 European Nations: Lessons from Gender Stratification Theories

@article{Treas2016GenderII,
  title={Gender Inequality in Housework Across 20 European Nations: Lessons from Gender Stratification Theories},
  author={Judith Treas and Tsui-o Tai},
  journal={Sex Roles},
  year={2016},
  volume={74},
  pages={495-511}
}
  • Judith Treas, Tsui-o Tai
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • Sex Roles
  • The gendered division of housework is the linchpin in a broader system of gender inequality. Consistent with pioneering feminist theories of gender stratification, this cross-national study demonstrates this approach with multi-level models that consider individual as well as cultural and structural variables that are associated with the absolute time men and women spend doing housework. Building on research relating national gender ideology to the husband-wife shares of housework, this paper… CONTINUE READING
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