Gender and Labor Inequities Research

Use the comments section below to add more research, articles, and op-eds on labor inequities for caregivers. See also these caregiver campaigns at other colleges and universities.

From CSWS, July 13, 2020: Survey of UO community reveals caregiver concerns

From The Washington Post, July 9, 2020: The pandemic didn’t create working moms’ struggle. But it made it impossible to ignore

From The Globe Post, July 8, 2020: Silence and Gendered Violence in the COVID-19 Pandemic, by Lynn Stephen

From The San Diego Union-Tribune, July 8, 2020: Lawsuit: Mom Working at Home Fired Because Boss was Upset About Kids Interfering With Work

From The New York Times, July 3, 2020: Colleges Face Rising Revolt by Professors

COVID 19 Parents Impact-USA_AZ: This survey is for a transnational study that aims to assess how parents/caregivers are building capacity to engage with children’s learning during this period of social distancing arising from the global Covid-19 pandemic. This study is by a group of researchers from different institutions and countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Japan, India, Turkey, Italy, Cameroon, China, Honduras, Sri Lanka, Ghana, Ethiopia, Tanzania & Zanzibar, Uruguay, Colombia and Mexico.

From Semana, a highly reputable weekly news publication in Colombia: ¿Deben los niños volver al jardín?

From The New York Times, July 2, 2020: The Pandemic’s Setbacks for Working Moms

From The New York Times, July 2, 2020: In the Covid-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can’t Have Both.

From NPR’s Fresh Air, May 21, 2020: Pandemic Makes Evident ‘Grotesque’ Gender Inequality In Household Work

From The Conversation, May 18, 2020: Women are getting less research done than men during this coronavirus pandemic

From Women in Higher Education, April 30, 2020: Women’s Emotional Labor in Higher Ed and the COVID‐19 Crisis

From American Economic Review, September 2018: Equal but Inequitable: Who Benefits from Gender-Neutral Tenure Clock Stopping Policies?

Classic Research

Joan W. Scott, “Gender: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis.” The American Historical Review, Vol. 91, No. 5 (Dec., 1986), pp. 1053-1075, DOI: 10.2307/1864376.

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