At work while at home: The new paradigm
- October 14, 2020
- Research by Judy Treas, sociology, in The Washington Post, Oct. 14, 2020
In fact, parents are spending more time with their children today than they did at the height of the nuclear family in the mid-1960s, according to a 2016 study from the University of California, Irvine. Mothers doubled their time with their children from 54 minutes per day in 1965 to 104 minutes per day in 2012, the study reported. Fathers quadrupled their child-care time from 16 to 59 minutes per day.
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