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joint If a couple have joint conjugal roles, it means they share household chores between them.
conjugal If a couple have joint conjugal roles, it means they share household chores between them.
roles If a couple have joint conjugal roles, it means they share household chores between them.
segregated If a couple have segregated conjugal roles, it means one member of the couple takes on more than their fair share of household chores.
symmetrical In a symmetrical family, each partner takes on different chores but both make a similar contribution to the overall maintenance of the home.
breadwinner The breadwinner is the partner who earns money to support the family.
dual In a dual career family, both partners have their own jobs.
career In a dual career family, both partners have their own jobs.
double The term double shift is used to describe the two shifts of work: paid jobs, and housework and childcare.
shift The term double shift is used to describe the two shifts of work: paid jobs, and housework and childcare.
patriarchal Patriarchal is used to describe societies where men are given advantages and power over women.
child Child rearing is the process of raising children.
rearing Child rearing is the process of raising children.
arranged In an arranged marriage, family members will introduce you to a potential spouse.
marriage In an arranged marriage, family members will introduce you to a potential spouse.
global If you put something into global context, it means you place it within the wider picture of the rest of the world.
context If you put something into global context, it means you place it within the wider picture of the rest of the world.

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marriage
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