Nature Scientific Reports • Vol/Iss. 12(8054) • Nature • • Published In • Pages: 1-16 •
By Lew-Levy, Sheina, Reckin, Rachel, Kissler, Stephen M., Pretelli, Illaria, Boyette, Adam H., Crittenden, Alyssa N., Hagen, Renee V., Haas, Randall, Kramer, Karen L., Koster, Jeremy M., O'Brien, Matthew J., Sonoda, Koji, Surovell, Todd A., Stieglitz, Jonathan, Tucker, Bram, Lavi, Noa, Ellis-Davies, Kate, Davis, Helen E.
Gender differences in time allocated to food production and play in children/adolescents reflect the proportion of time that adult men and women contribute to food production.
The authors suggest that the amount of time that boys and girls contribute to food production may be influenced by societal gender divisions regarding food production. The model showed that only boys' participation in childcare seems to be negatively correlated with an increased adult male participation in food production.
|Multilevel Multinomial Behavioral Model||Partially Supported||p<.05||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Child/Adolescent Participation in Childcare||Dependent||Child Care, Childhood Activities|
|Child/Adolescent Participation in Food Production||Dependent||Age Stratification, Childhood Activities|
|Child/Adolescent Participation in Domestic Work||Dependent||Age Stratification, Childhood Activities|
|Child/Adolescent Participation in Play||Dependent||Childhood Activities, Recreation|
|Gendered Division of Food Production Labor||Independent||Division Of Labor By Gender|