Publications with the keyword "female labour force participation"


Rychtaríková, J.
Názory ceské spolecnosti na postavení muže a ženy v rodine a na trhu práce. [The Opinions of Czech Society on the Position of Men and Women in the Family and in the Labour Market]
Demografie [Demography], 2010
reconciliation of work family life female labour force participation ggs survey women’s attitudes towards employment attitudes towards institutional childcare for pre-school age children
URL, JabRef BibTex, Abstract
The compatibility of having two ‘careers’, work and a family, and the question of gender equality and equal opportunities is a very current issue. Does Czech society favour the family model based on the male breadwinner and the female caregiver, or does it believe that parents should be partners? The answer can be sought with the help of the Generations and Gender Survey based on responses to the following statements: 1) Preschool children of a working mother are probably losing out on something they need. 2) If there is a job shortage, men should have more of a right to work than women. Using logistic regression it was found that both these statements are supported most by men, aged 65–79, with basic education, childless, living with or without a partner, and in the smallest (-9 999) and largest communities (100 000+). Conversely, those who agree least with the statements are women, aged 18–34, with at least their GCSE, often with university education, and with children at home or without.
Rychtaríková, J.
Názory ceské spolecnosti na postavení muže a ženy v rodine a na trhu práce [The Opinions of Czech Society on the Position of Men and Women in the Family and in the Labour Market]]
XXXIX. Konference ?eské demografické spolecnosti: Žena a muž v rodine a na trhu práce [XXXIX. Conference of the Czech Demographic Society: Woman and Man at Home and at the Labour Market], 2009,
reconciliation of work family life female labour force participation ggs survey women’s attitudes towards employment attitudes towards institutional childcare for pre-school age children
URL, JabRef BibTex, Abstract
The compatibility of having two ‘careers’, work and a family, and the question of gender equality and equal opportunities is a very current issue. Does Czech society favour the family model based on the male breadwinner and the female caregiver, or does it believe that parents should be partners? The answer can be sought with the help of the Generations and Gender Survey based on responses to the following statements: 1) Preschool children of a working mother are probably losing out on something they need. 2) If there is a job shortage, men should have more of a right to work than women. Using logistic regression it was found that both these statements are supported most by men, aged 65–79, with basic education, childless, living with or without a partner, and in the smallest (-9 999) and largest communities (100 000+). Conversely, those who agree least with the statements are women, aged 18–34, with at least their GCSE, often with university education, and with children at home or without.

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