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The Sharing of Family Tasks and Role Strain in the Commuter Marriage
The purpose of this study was to examine the husband - wife sharing of family tasks and the presence of role strain in a selected sample of commuter marriages. Thirty-nine commuter couples located geographically throughout the United States participated in the study. The mean score of the sharing of family tasks was 2.99 which indicated that family tasks in commuter couples were shared equally. However in examining tasks individually, wives seemed to have more responsibility. The correlationdoi:10.13016/oay0-yzhj fatcat:cfnuszgzbndmbf544etg2o2lky