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COVID forced Australian fathers to do more at home, but at the same cost mothers have long endured

By Leah Ruppanner, Associate Professor in Sociology and Co-Director of The Policy Lab, University of Melbourne
Caitlyn Collins, Assistant professor of sociology, Washington University in St Louis
Liana Christin Landivar, Sociologist
William Scarborough, University of North Texas
Xiao Tan, Research Fellow, University of Melbourne
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As the pandemic took hold in 2020, Australian dads picked up more of the domestic load, new research shows. But their sleep and anxiety suffered as a consequence.

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