Autonomy as empowerment, or how gendered power manifests itself in contemporary Russian families
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Citation (published version)Alevtina Guseva, Dilyara Ibragimova. 2020. "Autonomy as empowerment, or how gendered power manifests itself in contemporary Russian families." pp. 173 - 189. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-53130-0_12
What constitutes power in the household, and how much power do contemporary Russian women have vis-à-vis their husbands? Research on intrahousehold gendered power has typically focused on three contexts: employment and relative earnings, the division of household labor, and patterns of money management in the family. Here we focus on intrahousehold power as it pertains to access to household money, asking whether wives share equal control and decision-making power over family money with their husbands.
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