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Studies in political economy [electronic resource] : developments in feminism / edited by Caroline Andrew ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Andrew, Caroline.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Toronto : Women's Press, 2003Description: 1 online resource (vi, 362 p.).ISBN: 1417596880 (electronic bk.); 9781417596881 (electronic bk.); 0889614121; 9780889614123.Subject(s): Feminist economics -- Canada | Feminism -- Political aspects -- Canada | Women -- Employment -- Canada | Women -- Canada -- Social conditions | �Economie f�eministe -- Canada | F�eminisme -- Aspect politique -- Canada | Femmes -- Travail -- Canada | Femmes -- Canada -- Conditions sociales | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Women's StudiesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Studies in political economy.DDC classification: 305.4/0971 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
General introduction / Caroline Andrew, Pat Armstrong, and Leah F. Vosko -- Production and reproduction: feminist takes -- Beyond sexless class and classless sex: towards feminist Marxism / Pat Armstrong and Hugh Armstong -- Spatially differentiated conceptions of gender in the workplac e/ Pamela Moss -- The retreat of the State and Long-term care provision: implications for frail elderly people, unpaid family carers and paid home care workers / Jane Aronson and Sheila M. Neysmith -- Flexible workforces and the class-gender nexus / Wallace Clement -- Changing labour process and the nursing crisis in Canadian Hospitals / Jerry White -- The domestication of women's work: a comparison of Chinese and Portuguese immigrant women homeworkers / Wenona Giles and Valerie Preston -- Flexible work, flexible workers: the restructuring of clerical work in a large telecommunications company / Bonnie Fox and Pamela Sugiman -- Engendering the State in SPE: the interreltations of theory and practice, and of class, race and gender / Caroline Andrew -- Classes and States: welfare state developments, 1881-1981 / Goran Therborn -- The conceptual politics of struggle: wife battering, the women's movement and the State / Gillian Walker -- Depoliticizing insurgency: the politics of the family in Alberta -- Lois Harder -- The pasts ( and Futures) of feminist political economy in Canada: revigin the debate / Leah F. Vosko.
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Articles originally published in Studies in political economy.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-357).

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General introduction / Caroline Andrew, Pat Armstrong, and Leah F. Vosko -- Production and reproduction: feminist takes -- Beyond sexless class and classless sex: towards feminist Marxism / Pat Armstrong and Hugh Armstong -- Spatially differentiated conceptions of gender in the workplac e/ Pamela Moss -- The retreat of the State and Long-term care provision: implications for frail elderly people, unpaid family carers and paid home care workers / Jane Aronson and Sheila M. Neysmith -- Flexible workforces and the class-gender nexus / Wallace Clement -- Changing labour process and the nursing crisis in Canadian Hospitals / Jerry White -- The domestication of women's work: a comparison of Chinese and Portuguese immigrant women homeworkers / Wenona Giles and Valerie Preston -- Flexible work, flexible workers: the restructuring of clerical work in a large telecommunications company / Bonnie Fox and Pamela Sugiman -- Engendering the State in SPE: the interreltations of theory and practice, and of class, race and gender / Caroline Andrew -- Classes and States: welfare state developments, 1881-1981 / Goran Therborn -- The conceptual politics of struggle: wife battering, the women's movement and the State / Gillian Walker -- Depoliticizing insurgency: the politics of the family in Alberta -- Lois Harder -- The pasts ( and Futures) of feminist political economy in Canada: revigin the debate / Leah F. Vosko.

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