men, masculinities and gender politics

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d) Domestic / household work in particular

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Allen, Sheila, and Carol Wolkowitz. Homeworking: Myths and Realities.

Anderson, Gillian, and Karen Robson (2006). Male Adolescents’ Contributions to Household Labor as Predictors of Later-Life Participation in Housework. Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 14 Issue 1.

Barker, G., Greene, M., Nascimento, M., Segundo, M., Ricardo, C., Taylor, A., Aguayo, F., Sadler, M., Das, A., Singh, S., Figueroa, J. G., Franzoni, J., Flores, N., Jewkes, R., Morrell, R. and Kato, J. (2012). Men Who Care: A Multi-Country Qualitative Study of Men in Non-Traditional Caregiving Roles. Washington, D.C.: International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and Rio de Janeiro: Instituto Promundo. March.

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Baxter, J., B. Hewitt, and M. Western. (2005). Post-Familial Families and the Domestic Division of Labour. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 36(4): 583.

Baxter, J., B. Hewitt, et al. (2009). Who Uses Paid Domestic Labor in Australia? Choice and Constraint in Hiring Household Help. Feminist Economics, 15(1): 1-26.

Baxter, Janeen (2005). To Marry or Not to Marry: Marital Status and the Household Division of Labor. Journal of Family Issues, Vol. 26, No. 3: 300-321.

Baxter, Janeen. (1993). Work at Home: The Domestic Division of Labour. St Lucia, QLD: University Of Queensland Press.

Baxter, Janeen. (1998). Moving Toward Equality? Questions of Change and Equality in Household Work Patterns. Chapter 4 in Gatens, M. and Mackinnon, A. (eds.). Gender and Institutions. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, pp. 55-72.

Baxter, Janeen. (2001). Marital Status and the Division of Household Labour: Cohabitation vs marriage. Family Matters No. 58, Autumn.

Baxter, Janeen. (2002). Patterns of Change and Stability in the Gender Division of Household Labour in Australia, 1986-1997. Journal of Sociology, 38(4), pp. 399-424.

Beer, William R. (1982). Househusbands: Men and Housework in American Families. South Hadley, MA: Bergin and Garvin.

Benjamin, Orly, and Oriel Sullivan. (1996). The Importance of Difference: Conceptualising Increasing Flexibility in Gender Relations at Home. Sociological Review.

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Bittman, Michael, Paula England, Liana Sayer, Nancy Folbre, and George Matheson. (2003). When Does Gender Trump Money? Bargaining and Time in Household Work. American Journal of Sociology v.109 no.1 Jul: 186-214.

Bittman, Michael. (1991). Juggling Time: How Australian Families Use Time. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia, Office of the Status of Women.

Black, H. K., A. J. Schwartz, C. J. Caruso and S. M. Hannum (2008). How personal control mediates suffering: elderly husbands’ narratives of caregiving. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 16(2): 177(16).

Bowers, S.P. (1999). Gender Role Identity and the Caregiving Experience of Widowed Men. Sex Roles. 41(9-10):645-655, Nov.

Breen, R. (2005). The Persistence of the Gendered Division of Domestic Labour. European Sociological Review, 21(1): 43.

Brines, Julie. (1994). Economic Dependency, Gender, and the Division of Labor at Home. American Journal of Sociology, 100(3), November, pp. 652-688.

Bulbeck, Chilla. (2005). ‘The Mighty Pillar of the Family’: Young People’s Vocabularies on Household Gender Arrangements in the Asia-Pacific Region. Gender Work and Organization, 12(1), January.

Calasanti, T., and N. King. (2007). Taking ‘Women’s Work’ ‘Like a Man’: Husbands’ Experiences of Care Work. The Gerontologist, 47(4): 516.

Campbell, Lori D. (2000). Caring Sons: Exploring Men’s Involvement in Filial Care. Canadian Journal on Aging, 19, 57-79.

Campbell, Lori D., and Michael P. Carroll (2007) The Incomplete Revolution: Theorizing Gender When Studying Men who Provide Care to Aging Parents. Men and Masculinities, April, 9(4): 491-508.

Chesters, J. (2012). Gender attitudes and housework: Trends over time in Australia. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 511-526.

Chesters, J. (2013). Gender convergence in core housework hours: Assessing the relevance of earlier approaches for explaining current trends. Journal of Sociology, 49(1), 78-96.

Chesters, J., Baxter, J., & Western, M. (2009). Paid and unpaid work in Australian households: Trends in the gender division of labour, 1986-2005. Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 12(1), 89.

Chethik, Neil. (2006). VoiceMale: What Husbands Really Think about Their Marriages, Their Wives, Sex, Housework, and Commitment. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Chopra, R. (2006). Invisible Men: Masculinity, Sexuality, and Male Domestic Labor. Men and Masculinities, 9(2): 152-167.

Ciabattari, T. (2004). Cohabitation and Housework: The Effects of Marital Intentions. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(1): 118.

Coltrane, S. (2000). Research on household labor: modeling and measuring the social embeddedness of routine family work. J. Marriage Fam., 62: 1208–33.

Cooke, L. P. (2004). The Gendered Division of Labor and Family Outcomes in Germany. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(5): 1246.

Craig, L. (2006). Does Father Care Mean Fathers Share?: A Comparison of How Mothers and Fathers in Intact Families Spend Time with Children. Gender & Society, 20(2): 259-281.

Craig, L., & Powell, A. (2013). Non-parental childcare, time pressure and the gendered division of paid work, domestic work and parental childcare. Community, Work & Family, 16(1), 100-119.

Craig, L., Powell, A., & Brown, J. E. (2015). Gender patterns in domestic labour among young adults in different living arrangements in Australia. Journal of Sociology, 1440783315593181.

Craig, Lyn. (2007). Is there really a second shift, and if so, who does it? A time-diary investigation. Feminist Review, 86(1): 149-170.

Davis, S. N., and T. N. Greenstein. (2004). Cross-National Variations in the Division of Household Labor. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(5): 1260.

Dempsey, Ken. (1989). Gender Exploitation and the Domestic Division of Labour Among the Elderly: An Australian Case Study. Australian Journal on Ageing, 8(3), August.

Dempsey, Ken. (1997). Inequalities in Marriage: Australia and Beyond. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Dempsey, Ken. (1997). Trying to Get Husbands to Do More Work at Home. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 33(2), August.

Dempsey, Ken. (2000). Men’s Share of Childcare: A Rural and Urban Comparison. Journal of Family Studies. 6(2), October.

Dempsey, Ken. (2002). Who Gets the Best Deal From Marriage: Women or men? Journal of Sociology, 38(2).

Doucet, Andrea. (1995). Gender Equality and Gender Differences in Household Work and Parenting. Women’s Studies International Forum, 18 (3), pp. 271-284.

Doucet, Andrea. (2001). ‘You See the Need Perhaps More Clearly Than I Have’: Exploring Gendered Processes of Domestic Responsibility. Journal of Family Issues, 22 (3): 328-357.

Doucet, Andrea. (2002?). ‘There’s a huge gulf between me as a male carer and women’: Gender, domestic responsibility, and the community as an institutional arena. Community, Work & Family, 3(2), pp. 163-184.

Doucet, Andrea. (2006). Paid and Unpaid labour. In David Cheal. (ed.) New Canadian Families. Don Mills and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Erickson, R. J. (2005). Why emotion work matters: Sex, gender, and the division of household labor. Journal of Marriage and Family, 67(2), 337-351.

Estes, S. B. (2011). How are Work–Family Policies Related to the Gendered Division of Domestic Labor?. Sociology Compass, 5(3), 233-243.

Evertsson, M., and M. Nermo. (2004). Dependence Within Families and the Division of Labor: Comparing Sweden and the United States. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(5): 1272.

Findlay, Bruce M., and Jeanette A. Lawrence. (1991). Who Does What? Gender-Related Distribution of Household Tasks. Australian Journal of Marriage & Family, 12(1), March.

Fuwa, M. (2004). Macro-level Gender Inequality and the Division of Household Labor in 22 Countries. American Sociological Review, 69(6): 751.

Gerstel, N., and S.K. Gallagher. (2001). Men’s Caregiving - Gender and the Contingent Character of Care. Gender & Society. 15(2):197-217, Apr.

Goodnow, Jacqueline J., and Jennifer M. Bowes,. (1994). Men, Women and Household Work. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Grace, Marty. (2004). The unpaid work of caring for young children: ideas for long-term and short-term change. Just Policy, no. 34, Dec.: 23-31. .

Greenstein, T. N. (1996). Gender ideology and perceptions of the fairness of the division of household labor: Effects on marital quality. Social Forces, 74(3), 1029-1042.

Gupta, Sanjiv. (2006). The Consequences of Maternal Employment During Men’s Childhood for their Adult Housework Performance. Gender & Society, February, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 60-86.

Hamington, Maurice, and Dorothy C. Miller. (eds.). (2006). Socializing Care: Feminist Ethics and Public Issues. Rowman & Littlefield.

Herlz, Rosanna. (1986). More Equal Than Others: Women and Men in Dual Career Marriages. Berkeley: University of California.

Hirsch, C. (1996). Understanding the Influence of Gender Role Identity on the Assumption of Family Caregiving Roles By Men. Int J Aging Hum Dev. 42(2):103-21.

Hochschild, Arlie, and Anne Machung. (1989). The Second Shift: Working Parents and the Revolution at Home. New York: Viking.

Hook, J. L. (2004). Reconsidering the Division of Household Labor: Incorporating Volunteer Work and Informal Support. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66(1): 101.

Jackson, Stevi. (1992). Towards a Historical Sociology of Housework: A Materialist Femininst Analysis. Women’s Studies International Forum, 15(2).

Kabeer, N. (2007). Marriage, Motherhood and Masculinity in the Global Economy: Reconfiguration of Personal and Economic Life. IDS Working Paper, November.

Knudsen, K., and K. Wærness (2009). Shared or separate? Money management and changing norms of gender equality among Norwegian couples. Community, Work & Family, 12(1): 39-55.

Kramer, Betty J., and Edward H. Thompson (eds.) (2005). Men as Caregivers: Theory, research, and service implications.
Part I: Introduction.
Men Caregivers: An Overview, B. J. Kramer.
Whats Unique About Men’s Caregiving? E. H. Thompson Jr.
Part II: Conceptual, Theorectical, and Methodological Insights.
Theoretical Perspectives on Caregiving Men, E. P. Stoller.
Methodological Issues in Research on Men Caregivers, J. Bookwala, J. L. Newman, and R. Schulz
Part III: Research.
Psychosocial Challenges and Rewards Experienced by Caregiving Men: A Review of the Literature and an Empirical Case Example, E. H. Carpenter and B. H. Miller.
Physiological Challenges Associated with Caregiving Among Men, K. A. Adler, T. L. Patterson, and I. Grant.
The Experiences and Relationships of Gay Male Caregivers who provide Care for Their Partners with AIDS, C. S. Sipes.
AIDS Caregiving Stress Among HIV-Infected Men, R. G. Wight.
The Voices of Husbands and Sons Caring for a Family Member with Dementia, P. B. Harris.
Brothers and Parent Care: An Explanation for Sons Underrepresentation, S. H. Matthews.
Fathers as Caregivers for Adult Children with Mental Retardation, E. L. Essex, M. M. Seltzer, and M. W. Krauss.
Differences Between Fathers and Mothers in the Care of Their Children with Mental Illness, J. S. Greenberg.
Husbands Caring for Wives with Cancer, D. Ciambrone and S. M. Allen
Part IV: Services and Interventions.
Professional Sensitivity to religion-Spirituality Among Male Caregivers, J. M. Stolley and J. Chohan.
Principles and Interventions for Working Therapeutically with Caregiving Men: Responding to challenges, S. Femianand A. Coonerty-Femiano.
Service Utilization and Support Provision of Caregiving Men, L. W. Kaye.
Epilogue: Implications for Practice and Future Research, B. J. Kramer.

Kroska, Amy (2004). Divisions of Domestic Work: Revising and Expanding the Theoretical Explanations. Journal of Family Issues, 25.Lachance-Grzela, M., & Bouchard, G. (2010). Why do women do the lion’s share of housework? A decade of research. Sex roles, 63(11-12), 767-780.

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Lavee, Y., and R. Katz. (2002). Divison of labor, perceived fairness, and marital quality: The effect of gender ideology. Journal of Marriage and Family, 64(1).

Legerski, E. M. and M. Cornwall (2010). Working-Class Job Loss, Gender, and the Negotiation of Household Labor. Gender & Society 24(4): 447-474.

Lindsay, Jo. (1999). Diversity But Not Equality: Domestic Labour in Cohabiting Relationships. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 34(3), August.

Magnusson, E. (2008). The Rhetoric of Inequality: Nordic Women and Men Argue against Sharing House-work. NORA - Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 16(2): 79 - 95.

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Meah, A. (2014). Reconceptualizing power and gendered subjectivities in domestic cooking spaces. Progress in Human Geography, 38(5), 671-690.

Milkie, M. A., S. M. Bianchi, M. J. Mattingly, and J. P. Robinson. (2002). Gendered division of childbearing: Ideals, realities, and the relationship to parental well-being. Sex Roles, 47(1/2): 21.

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