GENDER: EQUAL 2 EQUAL. Comenius 1.1. School project. Island – Menntaskólinn í Kópavogi Norge – Gjovik videregående skole Belgium – Koninklijk Atheneum Vijverhof Espania – I.E.S. Cuenca del Nalon Armenia – C ollege Quantum Eesti – Tallinna 32. Keskkool. SAMPLE. N = 573
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GENDER: EQUAL 2 EQUAL
Laundry, household cleaning and preparing the meals are mainly womans duties; small repair of the house – fathers duty.Most equally are divided shopping and looking after sick family members – but also here mothers role is more important.
Biggest part of men participating in cooking we had in Norway (52%), Belgium (49%) and Iceland (47%); into household cleaning are engaged one third of icelandic and norwegian men.
Saying yes to this opinion is more common among Armenians and Estonians.
Girls deny this opinion more actively than boys do.
90% Armenian and 73% Estonian boys agree with this statment, as well as 58% Armenian and 39% Estonian girls.
In Iceland 50% of boys agree with that (in Belgium 39%, in Norway 28%, in Spain 8%).
Another opinion, were we can follow remarkable differences between countries, is supported by 77% Armenians and 57% of Estonians.
Boys, supporting this statement: Armenia 90%; Estonia 66%; Iceland 45%; Norway 39%; Belgium 36%; Spain 26%.
Girls: Armenia 67%; Estonia 51%; Belgium 24%; Norway 24%; Iceland 18%; Spain 4%
There are differences between boys and girls undestranding the problem of equal rights.
Biggest differences in Belgium (“yes” 48% of boys and 25% of girls) and in Spain (“yes” 40% of boys and 11% of girls)
Strongly + somewhat agree
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