Men don't do that: domestic division of labor
Muškarci to ne rade: podjela rada u obitelji
In the paper, data obtained within the framework of a broader pilot research of characteristics of family life have been used. The answers of 152 respondends who were married and employed at the time were analysed. The results suggest (1) that domestic labour division between marital partners is still discriminating, with a much greater work involvement of women; (2) that men look after children more than they are engaged in carrying out domestic chores; (3) that domestic labour is greatly exposed to gender segregation, which is also confirmed by the results of the logit analysis.