The Domestic Division

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Believes husband has instrumental role in family and wife expressive
Pasons
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Believe in "march of progress" and "symmetry" in family. Bethnal Green.
Young and Willmott
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A Geographical reason for a rise in symmetry
Geographical Mobility
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Another reasons for symmetry, related to money
Higher Standards of Living
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A feminist who criticises Y and W
Ann Oakley
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Ann Oakley's opinion about Y and W's claims
exaggerated
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How many times did men help around the house in Y and W interview?
Once
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What % of men did Ann Oakley say helped with housework?
15
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What percentage of men helped with childcare?
25
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Who supports Ann Oakley's findings?
Mary Boulton
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What percentage of husaband's did Mary Boulton find that had a major role in childcare?
20
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At what time are men more likely to do "female" tasks according to Warde and Hetherington?
When the partner is away
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One of the only two chores that men spend more time on than women (d)
DIY
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What process led to the separation of paid work from the home?
Industrialisation
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Believe in "march of progress" and "symmetry" in family. Bethnal Green.

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Young and Willmott

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A Geographical reason for a rise in symmetry

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Another reasons for symmetry, related to money

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A feminist who criticises Y and W

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