At home, the majority of women do more cleaning involving such household tasks as cooking, washing the dishes, keeping the floors clean, and so on while the men tend to achieve little of the household cleaning load with the exception of managing the finances and doing household repairs. However, when in a hotel room setting a man will throw away trash, straighten up the bathroom by putting the used towels in a pile, and engage in other straightening activities more than a woman will. I want to look into this because I found it interesting that in my personal experiences women will do more cleaning tasks than men at home but when in a hotel room men will engage in more cleaning tasks than women. I would like to research the rationale for this phenomenon.
Merrell, Angela R.
"Research Proposal: Gender Differences in Cleaning Your Hotel Room,"
Undergraduate Psychology Research Methods Journal: Vol. 1
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