Volume 46 - Article 19 | Pages 565–580

Gender inequality in domestic chores over ten months of the UK COVID-19 pandemic: Heterogeneous adjustments to partners’ changes in working hours

By Anna Zamberlan, Filippo Gioachin, Davide Gritti

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