Tempo alocado para a paternidade em famílias da região Ural da Rússia: quantidades e determinantes





Paternidade, Tempo, Custos de tempo, Alocação de tempo, Estudos familiares, Rússia


Este estudo tenta medir o tempo alocado aos filhos por meio da autoavaliação dos pais e do critério de suficiência subjetiva ou tempo insuficiente. Foram pesquisados 545 pais russos da região dos Urais e utilizou-se a análise fatorial para identificar os principais determinantes que afetam a autoavaliação do tempo alocado pelos pais. Verificou-se que os pais nas regiões russas dos Urais têm uma opinião comum de que não passam tempo suficiente com seus filhos. As razões para o tempo insuficiente alocado à educação dos filhos são as seguintes: sobrecarga de tarefas em casa e no trabalho; causas psicológicas de interação intergeracional; e razões externas, como estudo, saúde precária e necessidade de cuidar de outros parentes.


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Biografia do Autor

Anzhelika Voroshilova, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Anzhelika Voroshilova has a PhD in Sociology. Assotiated professor of economics and sociology at Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia.

Anna Bagirova, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Anna Bagirova is professor of Economics and Sociology at Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia. Doctoral supervisor and a member of International Sociological Association.


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Voroshilova, A., & Bagirova, A. (2022). Tempo alocado para a paternidade em famílias da região Ural da Rússia: quantidades e determinantes. Revista Brasileira De Estudos De População, 39, 1–25. https://doi.org/10.20947/S0102-3098a0197



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