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Znaczenie Sytuacji rodzinnej, wzorców rodzinnych i postaw wobec kulturowych ról p³ci dla zatrudnienia matek ma³ych dzieci W Polsce

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  • Katarzyna Kocot-Górecka


    (Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics)

  • Anna Kurowska


    (Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics)

W artykule zaprezentowano wyniki oszacowania dwupoziomowego modelu regresji logitowej dla oceny takich predyktorów pracy zawodowej matek dzieci do lat 14 w Polsce jak: sytuacja rodzinna, rodzinne wzorce oraz postawy matek wobec kulturowych ról p³ci. Do analiz wykorzystano dane pochodz¹ce z pierwszej rundy ankietowego badania Generacje, Rodziny i P³eæ Kulturowa GGS-PL. Stwierdzono, ¿e wzorzec pracuj¹cej matki istotnie zwiêksza³ szanse zatrudnienia jej córki posiadaj¹cej w³asne potomstwo, natomiast egalitarne opinie na temat kulturowych ról p³ci nie okaza³y siê byæ istotnym predyktorem zatrudnienia matek. Jednak im silniejsza by³a aprobata matki dla stwierdzenia, ¿e ma³e dziecko cierpi, gdy jego matka pracuje, tym mniejsze by³o prawdopodobieñstwo posiadania przez ni¹ zatrudnienia. Wiêksza liczba dzieci okaza³a siê byæ stymulantem zatrudnienia po uwzglêdnieniu w modelu kwestii podzia³u obowi¹zków pomiêdzy partnerów oraz zakresu korzystania przez matkê z pomocy krewnych/znajomych w opiece nad dzieckiemAbstract:The paper presents estimation results of a two-level logistic regression model developed in order to explore such predictors of employment of mothers with children up to 14 years old in Poland as family situation and maternal attitudes versus cultural gender roles. The analysis was based on the data from the first wave of the Generations and Gender Survey GGS-PL. It was found that the family pattern of a working mother significantly increased the chances of employment of her daughter having her own offspring(s). Egalitarian attitudes towards cultural gender roles have not proved to be a significant predictor of maternal employment. However, the stronger was mother's approval of the statement that “a small child suffers when his/her mother works”, the lower was the likelihood of her employment. A larger number of children turned out to be a stimulus for maternal employment when the division of responsibilities between partners and the extent of informal childcare use were incorporated into the modelLength: 31 pages

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Paper provided by Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 60.

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Date of creation: 2013
Handle: RePEc:isd:wpaper:60
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