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Rappresentazioni discorsive dell’impegno domestico e familiare in madri e padri che lavorano
Titolo Rivista: RICERCHE DI PSICOLOGIA  
Autori/Curatori: Francesca Alby, Marilena Fatigante, Cristina Zucchermaglio 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2014 Fascicolo: 1  Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  26 P. 9-34 Dimensione file:  268 KB
DOI:  10.3280/RIP2014-001001
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Negli ultimi decenni abbiamo assistito ad un massiccio ingresso delle donne nel mondo del lavoro. Questo fenomeno ha comportato sostanziali riorganizzazioni nella vita familiare e nei modi con cui le persone impiegano il loro tempo suddividendolo fra lavoro pagato, tempo libero e attivita familiari. La pressione temporale causata dal coordinare tali diverse attivita e particolarmente pesante nel caso delle famiglie con figli in cui entrambi i genitori lavorano. L’articolo si inserisce in una linea di ricerca che esplora la divisione del lavoro domestico e familiare nella coppia e nel filone degli studi etnografici della vita quotidiana delle famiglie. I risultati, basati su analisi di diari, interviste e di interazioni videoregistrate in famiglia, si focalizzano su: 1) le rappresentazioni da parte di madri e padri delle loro pratiche di gestione e coordinamento delle attivita familiari 2) la natura cognitiva del lavoro che tale attivita di gestione e coordinamento implica, 3) le rappresentazioni identitarie delle madri e dei padri.


Keywords: Madri, padri, lavoro domestico, interazioni familiari, lavoro cognitivo, management familiare.

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