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soc366 lecture 3 JAN23

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Sociology
Course
SOC366H1
Professor
Stephen Reid
Semester
Winter

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soc366 lecture 3 JAN23 1/23/2013 11:12:00 AM How employment and employment resource affect gender’ Test the model Recession where most men lost their jobs Relative resource model Exchange model-exchange between partner and household Dependency-who has power Inputs-earning, outcome-who is doing the housework and how it is divided Hypothesis: recent increases in the earnings levels of wives should have produced proportional decreases in the amo9unt of housework wives do -association between money and housework, as women make more money, they have more bargaining power and less housework. Because women earn less than men, women do more housework. -the model is very economic and based the rational individual. TIME AVAILABILITY -straight forward model. -economic sphere about the rational individual. Focus is on how much time you have. Draws on human capital theory. -choice based model, women invest less in human capital and demanding jobs to maximize inputs. Becker-talks a lot about time and effort. Argues that time is implicit supplies, only have certain amount of energy. Paid work and childcare requires enormous amount of energy. more boundaries of specializing in just one sphere. Might put all energy in one sphere. Problem: because of the fixed time energy component, women should spend their energy and time devoted to housework, men into work. Having tow individuals specializing in two different thing, more outcomes. Because it is a choice model, rational decision are made that women choose to opt out of competing. Women choose less demanding occupations. Choose to go into feminizing jobs. Because it is the most rational. Pure time and energy not talking about power. The previous model talks about the power. Hypothesis; relationship between hours worked outside and housework. Alternative model; need to consider job condition, which change people’s demand to household work. In certain families, husband share more responsibility because of they have more time. Better model in understanding why some men share more. GENDER MODELS Gender ideology: norms that direct and indirect. How you identify yourself in regards of work and family work. –gender ideology Marriage is a key institution in the identity and ideology that plays out. Some could be more career-oriented. Would have a different negotiation. The reality is that there is support for it. Depends how you measuring housework, another measure is relative. More accurate measure is relative. If mother have more support at working, they do more housework. Gender ideology and identity Second shify-Hochschild 1989-context. Major social imagination. Only 20% of husband share housework. Also found women do a more daily jobs. (cooking, cleaning, and healthcare). Men do more jobs that are occasional. Less desirable jobs such as cleaning toilets. Women do more childcare maintenance where men do more en
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