Parenthood and the work-family balance, at both the private and social level, lead to an overload of responsibility and to disparity in work to the detriment of women. In dual-career families the work/family conflict affects various aspects; in our research we examined WIF conflict (work to family) and FIW conflict (family to work) in a sample of 483 dual-earner parents. Results from this study underline that the increase of family tasks concerning birth and child care is associated with a traditional work-family balance strategy, that reflects traditional roles differences between public-male-breadwinner and private-feminine-homemaker.
|Numero di pagine||30|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|