None of the above
married heterosexual couples
their primary role
critical to the family.
“helping their partner.”
Women want to work for physical fitness
More mothers are married now than ever before
Worse job opportunities for women
men are more accessible and engaged with children than are women.
women are primary caretakers; men are secondary.
mothers spend more time caring for children than fathers only if mothers are employed.
mothers’ involvement with children is primarily spent in play.
fathers are more involved with firstborn than later-born children.
fathers are more involved with older children than younger children.
fathers spend more time in play with sons than with daughters.
fathers are more involved with daughters than with sons.
a quid pro quo request.
a hostile environment.
in which the partners are colleagues at work.
that emphasizes each partner doing 50% of all tasks.
that emphasizes fairness and sharing.
that focuses on role reversal.
Providing adequate child care facilities for working parents
Promoting the importance of women remaining at home for at least a year after motherhood
Restructuring the workplace to meet needs of single men
Accepting traditional gender values and norms
a desire to take care of the home and their family.
employees used them.
women used them but few men did.
employees did not use them.
men used them but few women did.
A feeling of mastery
Defining the meaning of the problem
Displacement intervention techniques
do more house work
initiate lesser communication
be able economically helping the family
discussing intimate feelings and relationship problems, bringing partner out of bad mood, praising partner
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