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Write an article examining the involvement of men in household chores in countries that have achieved gender equality in all dimensions of life to understand the impact of this unjust self-preference on their marriages
Men And Women Participation In Household Chores
Length: 4 pages (1100 Words)
Men and women Participation in Household Chores
Few philosophers such as John Stuart Mill have firmly restated the need to have just family structures. Instead, most philosophers consider the family a distinct realm that the state should not intrude. Mill in his treatises argues that the family is incompatible with the equality existing in the social world. For instance, the unjust self-preference in male children who grow in male dominated households gives them a notion that they are superior to others. It is hard for these boys to grow into men who view women as equals. However, there is a growing realization in most countries that men need to get involved in domestic roles to enable women to participate in other developmental activities actively. The unjust self-preference that men have grown accustomed to makes the issue of sharing domestic roles unpleasing to most of them (Klein, Izquierdo & Bradbury n.d.). These men feel such responsibilities are meant for women only. According to the article report, men work out on the jobs because they have been forced to do so, but when given an opportunity to make a choice they would immediately retract their services. This article examines the involvement of men in household chores in countries that have achieved gender equality in all dimensions of life to understand the impact of this unjust self-preference on their marriages.