La distribución del tiempo en los hogares monoparentales de madre ocupada. vivir con otros como estrategia de conciliación

Marc, Ajenjo, Núria García-Saladrigas

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This paper analyses single-mother households' unpaid work distribution -childcare and housework-compared with dual-parent households using the EET 2009-10. We hypothesize that working single-mothers implement two balance strategies: rearrange their time and live with rela-tives that are not part of the nuclear family. Results show that while working single-mothers invest the same amount of time in childcare as dual-parent mothers, the time in-vested in housework is lower, especially in time-demanding activities such as cooking or cleaning. On the other hand, single-mothers more often live with other people compared to dual-parent mothers. Furthermore, other members' time contribution to childcare is significantly higher in single-mother households, but this tendency is not observed for housework.
Título traducido de la contribuciónTime distribution in single-mother households. Living with others as work-life balance strategy
Idioma originalEspañol
PublicaciónRevista Internacional de Sociologia
Volumen77
N.º3
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2019

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