Business & Economics
Master of Arts (MA)
Covid-19 has uniquely and disproportionately impacted women. Nearly 60% of those who have lost their jobs are women. Women who stayed working had a higher likelihood of serving on the frontline during the height of the pandemic as essential workers. With most schools not fully back in-person, homeschooling responsibilities have increased and endured longer than expected. These tensions ripple through families. Fathers are finding themselves with front-row seats to the mounting pressure working mothers face, causing household dynamics to shift. As the intricacies of households come to light, fathers are willing to renegotiate their roles with their partners as well as their employers. Though adjustments were initially thought to be temporary solutions to a short-term circumstance, as the pandemic endures, these changes will result in permanent reforms.
Glodowski, Amanda J., "As Pandemic Endures, Impact on Households is Here to Stay" (2020). CUNY Academic Works.
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