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2015 | 42 | 2(491) | 27-33
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ZATRZYMANA REWOLUCJA? ZMIANY W PODZIALE PRACY W GOSPODARSTWACH DOMOWYCH – MIĘDZYNARODOWE BADANIA PORÓWNAWCZE

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STALLED REVOLUTION? CROSS-COUNTRY COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE CHANGES IN THE DIVISION OF HOUSEWORK
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The idea of stalled revolution appears in the writings on division of work, particularly housework, in the households. The literature is dominated with the studies that focus on the division of housework without taking paid work into consideration; the studies related primarily to the very rich countries, and often lack the distinction between couples where both partners are employed and couples where one of the partners is not employed. The purpose of the paper is to compare the distribution of paid and unpaid work in the households in countries with different level of wealth. The main conclusion of the empirical study: along with the enrichment of the population decreases the amount of paid and unpaid work in the household, and the decline relates mostly to women.
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O zatrzymanej rewolucji pisze się w kontekście podziału pracy w gospodarstwach domowych, a szczególnie w odniesieniu do obciążenia kobiet pracą niepłatną. W literaturze na temat pracy niepłatnej dominuje ujęcie, w którym autorzy poświęcają uwagę głównie podziałowi pracy niepłatnej w domu, badając ją w oderwaniu od pracy płatnej; badania dotyczą przede wszystkim krajów bogatych; a przy tym często brakuje w nich rozróżnienia na pary, w których oboje partnerów pracuje zawodowo i pary, w których jeden z partnerów pozostaje w domu. Celem artykułu jest porównanie podziału pracy płatnej i niepłatnej w gospodarstwach domowych w krajach o zróżnicowanym poziomie bogactwa. Podstawowy wniosek z przeprowadzonego badania: wraz z bogaceniem się społeczeństw maleje ilość pracy płatnej i niepłatnej wykonywanej w gospodarstwie domowym, a spadek ten dotyczy głównie kobiet.
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42
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27-33
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  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu
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