Drawing on a virtual ethnography, we explore how the increase in remote working has created unequal domestic rearrangements of parenting duties with respect to gender relations during the COVID-19 lockdown in Italy. We also discuss the resources that mothers have mobilized to create a network of social support in the organization of care.

Mothers, childcare duties, and remote working under COVID-19 lockdown in Italy : Cultivating communities of care / L. Manzo, A. Minello. - In: DIALOGUES IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY. - ISSN 2043-8206. - 10:2(2020 Jul), pp. 120-123.

Mothers, childcare duties, and remote working under COVID-19 lockdown in Italy : Cultivating communities of care

L. Manzo
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2020

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Drawing on a virtual ethnography, we explore how the increase in remote working has created unequal domestic rearrangements of parenting duties with respect to gender relations during the COVID-19 lockdown in Italy. We also discuss the resources that mothers have mobilized to create a network of social support in the organization of care.
care; childcare duties; COVID-19; gender equality; remote working
Settore SPS/07 - Sociologia Generale
Settore SPS/08 - Sociologia dei Processi Culturali e Comunicativi
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