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Analysis of Relation between Gender Role Attitudes and Women's Economic Activities
Analysis of Relation between Gender Role Attitudes and Women's Economic Activities
  • Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction

     

    Chapter 2. Theoretic Background 

     

    Chapter 3. Study on Correlation between Married Couples' Gender Role Perception and House Work Allocation

     

    Chapter 4. Study on Correlation between Women's Labor Market Participation Patterns and Gender Role Perception

     

    Chapter 5. Study on Correlation between Women's Gender Role Perception and Labor Market Performance

     

    Chapter 6. Impact of Gender Role Perception and Work-Family Balance Policy on Women's Economic Activities

     

    Chapter 7. Conclusion 

  • SUMMARY

    The social mood regarding men and women can be largely defined by two gender role attitudes: one is traditional and conservative and the other is modern and equal. Traditional and conservative gender role attitude is one that believes men should be the family's provider, should enter the labor market and work for pay, while women should serve as full-time housewives or perform caregiving roles. In contrast, modern and equal gender role attitude says there is no role differentiation by gender, that men can also perform caregiving or domestic roles and women can also engage in economic activities as the provider.  

     

    This study systematically reviews the effects of gender role attitude not only at the individual level but also at the country level. It also performs various analyses to assess its effect on women's economic activities as seen through women's role in house work and labor market participation. (For the full text of the English summary, please download the “Download 2 English_Abstract”.) 

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