Convergencia de género en el uso del tiempo en el País Vasco. Un análisis a partir de 25 años de la Encuesta de Presupuestos del Tiempo (1993-2018)

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https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2024.82.22-086

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Uso del tiempo, género, trabajo no remunerado, educación superior, empleo femenino

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Aunque siguen existiendo diferencias de género en el uso del tiempo, en las últimas décadas se ha dado, en la mayoría de sociedades, una convergencia en el tiempo que hombres y mujeres dedican a actividades que tradicionalmente han reflejado la división de roles en el hogar. Este artículo explora cómo ha cambiado el uso del tiempo de las mujeres y hombres en el País Vasco durante un período de 25 años (1993-2018), en el transcurso del cual ha mejorado la posición social de las mujeres en términos de educación superior, participación en el mercado laboral y acceso a ocupaciones más prestigiosas. Los resultados muestran una reducción de la brecha de género patente, sobre todo, en actividades de trabajo, tanto el no remunerado como el remunerado y, en menor medida, en el ocio y el cuidado. Aun así, las diferencias de género siguen existiendo y los datos más recientes muestran una ralentización en el proceso de convergencia.

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2024-06-18

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García Román, J. (2024). Convergencia de género en el uso del tiempo en el País Vasco. Un análisis a partir de 25 años de la Encuesta de Presupuestos del Tiempo (1993-2018). Revista Internacional De Sociología, 82(2), e249. https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2024.82.22-086

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