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Chore wars

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Publication date

13 Apr 2012

Abstract


New research findings from the Understanding Society study show that although the gender gap in housework had been narrowing gradually, even when women are the main breadwinner, they still do more housework than their partner.

Published in

Society Now

Volume and page numbers

12 , 10 -11

ISSN

16

Subjects

Social Change and Sociology Of Households

Links

http://www.esrc.ac.uk/publications/society-now/index.aspx


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