If we know that the division of household tasks is unfair, how even the statements of intentions are egalitarian, it is interesting to know how changing the distribution of tasks with the arrival of the first child.
Without too many surprises, the latest issue of People and Companies in November 2009, we learned that the arrival of a first child increases the inequality of the distribution of household tasks within the couple. And this, in a sense unfavourable to the mother, in large part due to adjustments professionals of mothers who reduce or stop any professional activity.
Arnaud Régnier-Loilier poses some milestones in thinking on this issue. To be completed by a differentiated analysis of the PCS by the PCS in this evolution of the division of household tasks.