Week Eleven: "Briefing Paper: Men's Changing Contribution to Housework abd Child Care"

Oriel Sullivan and Scott Coltrane This article proposes that research and modern studies have it all wrong when it comes to measuring the amount of housework and "help" men are offering woman at the home. These authors' studies argue that change has been continuous and significant. Men are increasingly willing to adapt to their wives new behavior and values (outside the home). This article claims that today, more couples are sharing family tasks than ever before.
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This article proposes that women love their men most when they contribute to household chores... Well that is interesting... There are several slides that show and tell which household chores that women most appreciate their man doing. Of the ones listed: Cleaning up their mess, dusting, taking care of the plants, helping in the kitchen, doing the laundry, and grocery shopping.

Household Chores That Women Want Their Men To Do

This article proposes that women love their men most when they contribute to household chores... Well that is interesting... There are several slides that show and tell which household chores that women most appreciate their man doing. Of the ones listed: Cleaning up their mess, dusting, taking care of the plants, helping in the kitchen, doing the laundry, and grocery shopping.

This is an interview with Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook. She is questioned and challenged on gender roles and what might it take to see women rise in leadership. One interesting statement she made was that before we can see equality in the workplace and in society at large, we need to begin in the homes. How can that change begin? Men need to do more childcare and housework.

Sheryl Sandberg: “Men need to do more childcare and housework”

This is an interview with Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook. She is questioned and challenged on gender roles and what might it take to see women rise in leadership. One interesting statement she made was that before we can see equality in the workplace and in society at large, we need to begin in the homes. How can that change begin? Men need to do more childcare and housework.

This article discusses a new report which claims that the more housework men do, the less they have sex with their wives. Apparently, men who take on more "feminine" household duties have sex precisely two less times in a month. The journalist challenges the methods for obtaining such information and also touches on the traditionalism of specified gender roles. She suggests that we are in a progressive, egalitarian movement, but it takes years to move out of centuries of held beliefs.

This article discusses a new report which claims that the more housework men do, the less they have sex with their wives. Apparently, men who take on more "feminine" household duties have sex precisely two less times in a month. The journalist challenges the methods for obtaining such information and also touches on the traditionalism of specified gender roles. She suggests that we are in a progressive, egalitarian movement, but it takes years to move out of centuries of held beliefs.

This article takes a Christian perspective on how household duties ought to be split up. Dave Boehi mentions that it is not necessarily about splitting things halfway, but rather going in to each and every thing all the way. It is a 100/100 relationship that thrives, each person committed to serving one another and sacrificing, rather than a 50/50 relationship where the couple meets one another half way. He suggested discussing the chores and allowing each other to choose the ones they…

This article takes a Christian perspective on how household duties ought to be split up. Dave Boehi mentions that it is not necessarily about splitting things halfway, but rather going in to each and every thing all the way. It is a 100/100 relationship that thrives, each person committed to serving one another and sacrificing, rather than a 50/50 relationship where the couple meets one another half way. He suggested discussing the chores and allowing each other to choose the ones they…

This study suggests that the amount of housework a man does is dependent on his career. It has been found that married men that are involved in more "feminine" jobs (teaching, childcare, etc.) are more active and involved in household duties. Additionally, women holding more traditionally male jobs have been seen to do less housework. Therefore, this study claims that above any other factor, careers of the individual might dictate their housework agenda.

This study suggests that the amount of housework a man does is dependent on his career. It has been found that married men that are involved in more "feminine" jobs (teaching, childcare, etc.) are more active and involved in household duties. Additionally, women holding more traditionally male jobs have been seen to do less housework. Therefore, this study claims that above any other factor, careers of the individual might dictate their housework agenda.

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