Departmental Bulletin Paper M字型カーブの解消と「男性稼ぎ主モデル」からの離脱の関係 : OECD統計の国際比較をとおして-
Mジガタ カーブ ノ カイショウ ト「ダンセイ カセギヌシ モデル」カラノ リダツ ノ カンケイ : OECD トウケイ ノ コクサイ ヒカク オ トオシテ
M字型カーブの解消と男性稼ぎ主モデルからの離脱の関係 : OECD統計の国際比較をとおして
エムジガタ カーブ ノ カイショウ ト ダンセイ カセギヌシ モデル カラ ノ リダツ ノ カンケイ : OECD トウケイ ノ コクサイ ヒカク オ トオシテ
M-shaped curve and shift away from the male breadwinner model : a cross-national comparison of the OECD labour statistics

田中, 弘美  ,  タナカ, ヒロミ  ,  Tanaka, Hiromi

(117)  , pp.85 - 100 , 2016-06-30 , 同志社大学社会学会 , Transcription:ドウシシャ ダイガク シャカイ ガッカイ , Alternative:The Association of Social Studies, Doshisha University
This paper uses the OECD statistical data and analyses the gendered employment patterns of ten countries, including America; Western and Southern Europe; and East Asia, in an attempt to examine the relationship between the M-shaped curve and the extent and the ways in which the countries shift away from the male breadwinner model. The two main findings are: Firstly, the six countries that have overcome the M-shaped curve were divided into the two categories – 'the universal breadwinner' type and 'the work-family-balance for women' type. Secondly, Spain and South Korea were found to be close to the former, and Japan to the latter type while Italy was a harder country to locate. Moreover, the paper tries to account for why such different patterns are emerged, looking at 'public investments for family policy' and 'the ideal care in society'. It concludes with some implications for Japan.

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