Kamila Kolpashnikova

Research Fellow in GenTime

My ongoing research primarily centres on three adjacent areas. First, I study the effects of economic resources on the gendered division of housework in Western and East Asian countries. My current working papers explore the theoretical implications of women and men's compensatory behaviour on weekends, the gender gap in housework across different cultural groups, the issues of intersectionality as they reflect in the division of housework, and the effects of education across lower, middle, and upper quantiles of housework participation. The second strand of my ongoing research compares welfare regimes and aims to explain perceptions of equity, egalitarian gender attitudes, and their impact on marital satisfaction and housework participation. The third direction of my research follows recent developments in time use research. I am particularly interested in elderly care providers with childcare responsibilities, or the sandwich generation caregivers.

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
•    Kolpashnikova, K., and Bartolic, S. 2018. Digital divide in quantitative methods: The effects of computer‐assisted instruction and students' attitudes on knowledge acquisition. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (online first, September 2018).
•    Kolpashnikova, K. 2018. American Househusbands: New Time Use Evidence of Gender Display, 2003-2016. Social Research Indicators, 140(3), 1259-1277.
•    Kolpashnikova, K., Galway, M., and Sudoh, O. 2016. The Role of Social Capital in the Transformation of Cultural Values and Practices: A Case Study on the Chinese Community in Taiwan. Review of Religion and Chinese Society, 3(1), 53-82.

INDUSTRY REPORTS
•    Kolpashnikova, K. 2018. 2018 Gender Equality Report: Women and Leadership in Kyrgyzstan.
•    Tesluk, J., Kolpashnikova, K., and Matthews, R. 2014. Tsawwassen First Nation Report: Tsawwassen Culture. The Third Report in the Tsawwassen Quality of Life Study Series. Vancouver, University of British Columbia.
•    Tesluk, J., Kolpashnikova, K., and Matthews, R. 2014. Tsawwassen First Nation Report: Community and Governance. The Fourth Report in the Tsawwassen Quality of Life Study Series. Vancouver, University of British Columbia.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS
•    Kolpashnikova, K., Chiba, R., and Shirakawa K. 2018. Socioeconomic Status and Housework: Cultural Differences in Participation in Routine Housework in Japan, Canada, and the US. Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University. Discussion Paper Series A. No. 673.
•    Kolpashnikova, K. 2010. Human Capital as the Main Determinant of Digital Divide: An Analysis of Technological Inequality in Countries Surveyed by the AsiaBarometer 2006. The International Academy of CIO Journal, Vol.4 2010: pp. 63-72. Tokyo, Japan.
•    Kolpashnikova, K. 2014. The Role of Social Capital in the Transformation of Values: Bridging and Bonding Social Capital of the Canadian-Born and Immigrants in Canada. Proceedings of the Innovation, Development and Harmony: Social Construction and Social Governance—2014 Shanghai Municipal Graduate Student Academic Forum 2014. ECUST, Shanghai, China. October 19-20, 2014.
•    Kolpashnikova, K., and Ediseeva, T. 2010. Digital Inequality in East and South-East Asia: The Lagging Youth of Japan. JASI&JSIS Conference Proceedings. Nagasaki, Japan. September 2010.
•    Kolpashnikova, K. 2009. A Comparison of Different Methodologies for the Construction of Aggregate Indices: The Example of Digital Divide Indices. Proceedings of the ICEG 2009: The 5th International Conference on e-Government. Boston, USA. October 2009.
•    Kolpashnikova, K. 2009. Digital Inequality: An Analysis of the Connection Between Technological and Educational Inequalities. Proceedings of the ICKM 2009 The 6th International Conference on Knowledge Management. Hong Kong, China. December 2009.
•    Kolpashnikova, K. 2008. On Digital Divide Indices. JASI&JSIS Conference Proceedings. University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 2008.