In the first episode of the Women and Radio podcast, your host Donna Cleveland explores why women are still stuck doing most of the housework and uncovers a perplexing research finding—splitting chores fairly does not create happier couples.
Expert Guest: Kenneth Matos, Organizational Psychologist and Lead People Scientist at Culture Amp, New York, NY
- Families and Work Institute Study: “Modern Families: Same- and Different-Sex Couples Negotiating at Home”
- Harvard Business Review: "Rethink What You 'Know' About High-Achieving Women"
- Pew Research Study: Sharing chores a key to good marriage, say majority of married adults
- US Department of Labor Statistics: "Working Mothers Issue Brief"
- US Bureau of Labor Statistics: "American Time Use Survey by Sex"
Thanks for listening to the first episode of Women and Radio, a podcast that explores how the beliefs we hold shape women’s lives. If you have a story you’d like to see featured in a future episode, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Host: Donna Cleveland
Producers: Donna Cleveland, Anna Sica
Music: Meara Oberdieck
Graphic Design: Chosie Titus
Research: Marissa Markowitz
Recording: Cody Olivas