However, the preceding increase in fathers’ time in childcare and housework still only results in a much shorter time than fathers spend in most of the European countries. Although, the rapid increase after 2010 in the proportion of mothers who continue to work after childbearing may trigger a breakthrough in the persistent gendered division of labour in Japan, this would also require other components of gender arrangements such as effective regulation of working time.
Nakazato, H. (2018), "Culture, Policies and Practices on Fathers’ Work and Childcare in Japan: A New Departure from Old Persistence?", Musumeci, R. and Santero, A. (Ed.) Fathers, Childcare and Work: Cultures, Practices and Policies (Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research, Vol. 12), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 235-255. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1530-353520180000012010Download as .RIS
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