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Time, Family, Professional Discriminations

Considering the exercise of parenting is not yet on the agenda of most businesses. Fathers are discouraged while mothers are penalised. And the expected dual movement has not occurred: women have entered the world of work en masse while men have not invested the private sphere, and masculine professional priority remains the norm. The data illustrates this unequal division of familial and domestic responsibilities. Yet, this is the main cause of structural inequalities between men and women, and of the sexism that accompanies them. To remedy this problem, one must act on time and the implication of men in the exercise of parenting all along their lives, by extending parental leave and creating a new individual right to parenting that involves not only the children but also the relatives with whom employees are in a relation of interdependence.


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Référence électonique : Brigitte GRÉSY, "Time, Family, Professional Discriminations", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°173, 173 - Les nouveaux féminismes, p.75-87 . Consulté le 2023-03-31 15:15:29 . URL : https://revue-pouvoirs.fr/Time-Family-Professional.html