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Equal partners : improving gender equality at home

Call Number

  • 305.3 M2775 (CEN, OSH)

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Edition

First edition.

Publication Information

New York : St. Martin's Press, 2022.

Physical Description

344 pages ; 24 cm

Summary

"From gender expert and professional facilitator Kate Mangino comes Equal Partners, an informed guide about how we can all collectively work to undo harmful gender norms and create greater household equity. As American society shut down due to Covid, millions of women had to leave their jobs to take on full-time childcare. As the country opens back up, women continue to struggle to balance the demands of work and home life. Kate Mangino, a professional facilitator for twenty years, has written a comprehensive, practical guide for readers and their partners about gender norms and household balance. Yes, part of our gender problem is structural, and that requires policy change. But much of our gender problem is social, and that requires us to change. Quickly moving from diagnosis to solution, Equal Partners focuses on what we can do, everyday people living busy lives, to rewrite gender norms to support a balanced homelife so both partners have equal time for work, family, and self. Mangino adopts an interactive model, posing questions, and asking readers to assess their situations through guided lists and talking points. Equal Partners is broad in its definition of gender and gender roles. This is a book for all: straight, gay, trans, and non-binary, parents and grandparents, and friends, with the goal to help foster gender equality in readers' homes, with their partners, family and wider community"--

Contents

  • Part one: Acknowledging inequality. Our modern household reality ; Socialized inequality ; Inequality without kids ; Inequality with kids
  • Part two: What equal partners look like. From King of the Castle to Equal Partner ; Toward equal partnership ; Embracing equal partnership ; The next generation of equal partners
  • Part three: Living gender equality. A more equal self ; A more equal community.

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