- Title Pages
- Figures and Tables
- About The Authors
Chapter OneWhy Study Housework?
Chapter TwoTrends in Housework
Chapter ThreeWomen's Employment and Housework
Chapter FourThe Politics of Housework
Chapter FiveCan State Policies Produce Equality in Housework?
Chapter SixEconomic Inequality and Housework
Chapter SevenCultural and Institutional Contexts
Chapter EightBeliefs about Maternal Employment
Chapter NineThe Institution of Marriage
Chapter TenPair Relationships and Housework
Chapter ElevenMen's and Women's Reports about Housework
Chapter TwelveConcluding Thoughts on the Societal Context of Housework
- Studies in Social Inequality
- Dividing the Domestic
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