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Pogledi mater na delitev starševskega dopusta v Sloveniji
Vičič, Petra (Author), Rakar, Tatjana (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Socialne in družinske politike držav se predvsem ukvarjajo z oblikovanjem takšnih ukrepov, ki bi kar se da najbolje pripomogli k uspešni uskladitvi delovnih obveznosti in družinskega življenja v času, ko moški ni več glavni hranilec družine, temveč oba starša gradita kariero ter sta zadolžena za materialno preskrbo celotne družine. Znotraj družinskih politik je urejen tudi starševski dopust. Gre za dopust, ki je v osnovi namenjen enakopravni vključenosti mater in očetov v skrb in nego otroka. Zakonska določila glede ureditve starševskega dopusta se v državah močno razlikujejo. Na splošno velja, da starševski dopust v večini izrabijo matere. Veliko držav izvaja ukrepe, ki spodbujajo k aktivnemu očetovstvu in enakopravnejši izrabi starševskega dopusta med obema staršema, kar pravzaprav pomeni večjo enakopravnost med spoloma na več področjih. V magistrskem delu predpostavljamo, da so intervjuvane matere v Sloveniji bolj naklonjene nedelitvi starševskega dopusta kot enakopravnejši izrabi med obema staršema. V okviru le-tega torej izvedemo raziskavo med zaposlenimi materami, nezaposlenimi materami ter materami študentkami v Sloveniji, s pomočjo katere želimo izvedeti, kakšna so njihova stališča o individualni izrabi starševskega dopusta s strani njih samih oz. o delitvi le-tega z očetom, možnih razlogih za neizrabo starševskega dopusta s strani očetov, možnostih uvajanja obveznih moških kvot, ureditvi starševskega dopusta ter predlogih za spremembe obstoječe ureditve. Na podlagi raziskave ugotavljamo, da so intervjuvane matere v Sloveniji bolj naklonjene individualnemu koriščenju starševskega dopusta s strani njih samih kakor enakopravni izrabi le-tega s strani obeh staršev, čeprav se pogosto samodefinirajo kot pripravljene za delitev starševskega dopusta z očetom.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Družinska politika, starševski dopust, enakost med spoloma, usklajevanje delovnih in družinskih obveznosti.
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2019
COBISS.SI-ID:36194141 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Mothers' views on the division of parental leave in Slovenia
Abstract:
Social and family policies are especially focused on establishing measures, that enable successful reconcilliation of work commitments and family life, which is crucial because nowadays both parents contribute to the financial well-being of their families, not only fathers as they used to. Family policies for parental leave, which is generally understood to be a care measure, intended to give both parents an equal opportunity to spend time caring for their young child. Legal provisions that arrange parental leave vary greatly across the countries. Parental leave is mostly used by mothers, that is why many countries implement measures that encourage fathers to use parental leave. Equal use of parental leave by mothers and fathers would also mean greater gender equality in several areas. In the master's thesis we postulate that interviewed mothers in Slovenia prefer individual use of parental leave by themselves rather than division of parental leave between both parents. Within the master's thesis we conduct a survey in Slovenia, in which we interview employed mothers, uneployed mothers and mothers who are students. We want to find out what positions they hold about the individual use of parental leave by themselves and about the division of it between both parents, possible reasons for small use of parental leave by fathers, possibilities of introducing father's quotas, regulation of parental leave and possible changes of existing regulation. Based on the survey, it was found that interviewed mothers in Slovenia favor individual use of parental leave by themselves rather than equal exploitation of it by both parents although they often self define themselves as being ready to share parental leave with fathers.

Keywords:Family policy, parental leave, gender equality, work-family life balance.

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