石井 クンツ 昌子 (2001.6) 日本の共稼ぎ結婚における男性の家事と家族ネットワークについて. 岩井 紀子 (編)『家族生活についての全国調査 (NFR98) 報告書 No. 2-3: 現代日本の夫婦関係 (Marital relations in contemporary Japan)』(日本家族社会学会 全国家族調査 (NFR) 研究会). 149-166

Bibliographical Information

Category:
NFRJ Publication
Number:
nfrj98_200103_10
Author:
石井 クンツ 昌子 || Masako Ishii-Kuntz
Date:
2001.6
Title:
日本の共稼ぎ結婚における男性の家事と家族ネットワークについて || Men’s Housework and Family Networks in Japanese Dual-Earner Marriages
Source:
岩井 紀子 (編)『家族生活についての全国調査 (NFR98) 報告書 No. 2-3: 現代日本の夫婦関係 (Marital relations in contemporary Japan)』(日本家族社会学会 全国家族調査 (NFR) 研究会)
Page:
149-166
URL:
:nfrj98_2001_pdf/3/149-166.pdf
Abstract:
Using a representative sample of married dual-earner couples in Japan, this study analyzes the conditions under which husbands contribute to household tasks conventionally performed by wives. Survey data are analyzed using regression procedures with husbands’ involvement in housework (meal preparation, laundry, and bathroom clean-up) treated as a major dependent variable, and family networks, relative resources, practicality, ideology, and work environment treated as major explanatory variables. Although Japanese husbands’ overall performance in these household tasks is minimal, I found that these men participate in routine housework more frequently if their family support networks are not readily available, if they are employed fewer hours, if they hold more egalitarian gender ideology, if their wives earn a larger share of the family income and the husband-wife age gap is greater, and if their wives’ commuting hours are longer. Theoretical explanations for the observed findings are discussed and the directions for future research are suggested.
Keywords:
Men’s Housework, Family Networks, Dual-Earner Marriages
Note:
Relation:
| nfrj98_200103 |
Dataset:
[NFRJ98]
Created: 2012-02-20. Updated: 2012-03-28.

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