Parents' time with a partner in cross-national context: A comparison of the US, Spain, and France

Joan Garcia Roman, Sarah M. Flood & Katie Genadek
Time shared with a partner is an indicator of marital well-being and couples wants to spend time together. However, time with a partner depends on work and family arrangements as well as the policies, norms and values that prevail in society. Contrary to time spent with children, couples’ shared time in cross-national context is relatively unstudied. Previous studies from specific countries show that dual-earner couples spend less time together and that parents spend less time...
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