Session 191:
Comparative Perspectives on Gender and Time Use in the Household

Saturday, April 17
12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Cumberland A
Exhibition Level

Chair: Betsy Thorn, University of Maryland
Discussant: Vincent Louis, Texas A&M University
Discussant: Sarah Flood, University of Minnesota

  1. Shared Family Leisure and Eating Time in Comparative PerspectiveLyn Craig, University of New South Wales; Killian Mullan, University of New South Wales

  2. Educational Differences in Mothers' and Fathers' Time Use in U.S. Two-Parent Families: Differences in Cultural Preferences, Economic Incentives, or Income Constraints?Paula S. England, Stanford University; Anjula Saraff, Stanford University

  3. Gender Roles, Household Labor, and Family Satisfaction: A Cross-National ComparisonRenata Forste, Brigham Young University; Kiira Fox, Brigham Young University

  4. Time for a Change? The Domestic Division of Labor in Comparative Perspective, 1994 and 2002Claudia Geist, University of Utah; Philip N. Cohen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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