Event Title

P-48 Spousal Distribution of Domestic Chores in Adventist Female Clergy Families

Location

Buller Hallway

Start Date

3-6-2015 2:30 PM

End Date

3-6-2015 4:00 PM

Description

Based on both religious prescriptions and cultural norms, the role of clergy in Christian churches was traditionally assigned exclusively to males. However, following the 1970’s feminist movement, the last few decades allowed room in Adventism for considerably more female pastors. By interviewing separately each one of the spouses, this qualitative study explores the distribution of the domestic chores in marital couples in which the wife is a present or future Adventist clergy.

Acknowledgments

J.N. Andrews Honors Scholar and Undergraduate Research Scholar

Advisor: Romulus Chelbegean, Behavioral Sciences

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P-48 Spousal Distribution of Domestic Chores in Adventist Female Clergy Families

Buller Hallway

Based on both religious prescriptions and cultural norms, the role of clergy in Christian churches was traditionally assigned exclusively to males. However, following the 1970’s feminist movement, the last few decades allowed room in Adventism for considerably more female pastors. By interviewing separately each one of the spouses, this qualitative study explores the distribution of the domestic chores in marital couples in which the wife is a present or future Adventist clergy.