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. Australia, Market work; cleaning and cooking; family and child care; shopping; and travel associated with each

. Germany-(-g-), Market work: employment and job search; home work activities; handicraft/gardening; care and sitting

. Ireland, IE): Care; employment and study; household work; proratio of travel time based on gainful work time

. Israel, Market work; cooking and cleaning at home; child care

. Mexico, Domestic work; care of children and other household members

N. Zealand and . Nz-), Paid work; household work, care-giving for household members, purchasing goods or services, unpaid work for people outside the home

. Spain, Market work; house work, child care