- Title Pages
- Figures and Tables
- About The Authors
- Chapter One Why Study Housework?
- Chapter Two Trends in Housework
- Chapter Three Women's Employment and Housework
- Chapter Four The Politics of Housework
- Chapter Five Can State Policies Produce Equality in Housework?
- Chapter Six Economic Inequality and Housework
- Chapter Seven Cultural and Institutional Contexts
- Chapter Eight Beliefs about Maternal Employment
- Chapter Nine The Institution of Marriage
- Chapter Ten Pair Relationships and Housework
- Chapter Eleven Men's and Women's Reports about Housework
- Chapter Twelve Concluding Thoughts on the Societal Context of Housework
- Studies in Social Inequality
- Dividing the Domestic
- Stanford University Press
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