SOC214H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Industrial Revolution

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Women(cid:495)s employment (2009) 72. 9% of women with children under 16 years of age were employed (most full time); 64. 4% of women with children under 3 yrs of age were employed (a majority part time). Table 1: work hours per week (paid, unpaid, and total), parents with children. The total work hours of women and men in dual-earner families [paid + unpaid work] Women 71 hours/week vs men 64 hours/week. Women have less than men, especially when the kids are under 5 yrs; this difference has increased since the 1960s (glen. E. the different (cid:498)household strategies(cid:499) of heterosexual canadian couples with at: common finding= spending more time in childcare (face to face) especially. 40. 1% -- man employed full time, woman not employed or working < 15 hrs (most likely part time work) & woman doing more child care conventional gender pattern. 19. 6% -- both adults employed full time & child care shared about equally [men doing at least 1/3]

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