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Title: Corresponsabilitat parental: Anàlisi de la implicació paterna en la criança dels fills i filles
Author: Capó Servera, Rut
Alba Siles, Carmen
Abstract: Women have joined the world of work, but men have not done so in the same way in the private space, which has meant a disproportionate distribution of domestic and caring responsibilities, assuming an overload of work for them. Today, in a society with the active participation of women and men in the world of work, it is necessary for men to assume an active role in parenting and in the domestic space. With this work, the factors affecting the degree of co-responsibility and active participation of the father in the activities, spaces and responsibilities related to the care, upbringing and education of sons and daughters are analysed. An initial bibliographic search is carried out in order to contextualize the chosen problem and give it a theoretical sense. Subsequently, a qualitative study is carried out using as a sample heterosexual couples who live together and have children in common between 0-3 years of age. Various techniques are used; on the one hand, three participant observations are carried out in parenting spaces to see the male participation in them, and, on the other hand, semi-structured interviews are carried out with seven fathers, and with a mother who is part of the APIMA. The results of the study show how parents today, despite being more present, do not fully assume the responsibility of care and the initiative in making decisions around parenting. Finally, a socio-educational proposal is briefly developed with the aim of incorporating caregiving as another part of male identity.
Keywords: equity
gender studies
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: Jul-2023
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