Sharing the load? : Partners' relative earnings and the division of domestic labour

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Lyonette, Clare; Crompton, Rosemary;

One of the most pressing issues contributing to the persistence of gender inequality is the gendered division of domestic labour. Despite their entry into paid employment, women still carry out more domestic work than men, limiting their ability to act on an equal footi... View more
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