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Maid in the Market book. This book shows how such work is subordinated and devalued in the marketplace as well as in the home.
paid reproductive labour women do in the public sphere. Consequently, what is needed now is a "new feminist analysis and politics of reproductive work" (p. 7) informed by a gender, race/ethnic, and class critique that would propose new solutions to the existing domestic labour arrangements shouldered disproportionately by women.
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Nurturant reproductive labor jobs include positions in childcare, domestic work, and healthcare. Non nurturant reproductive labor includes jobs in food preparation and cleaning. Minority men, specifically black and Hispanic men, make up the majority of non nurturant reproductive laborers. Nurturant reproductive labor jobs are more likely than non nurturant to have women fill the positions.
Women's paid domestic labour. by Wenona Mary Giles, Sedef Arat-Koç, Wenona Giles, Sedef Arat-Ko. Published 1994 by Fernwood Pub.
Patricia M. Daenzer, Wenona Giles, Sedef Arat-Koc. Labour, Le Travail, January 1997, JSTOR. DOI: 1. 307/25144214. The authors haven't yet claimed this publication. PDF generated on 08-Dec-2019 Create your own PDF summaries at ww. rowkudos.
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domestic labour market, an important element to look at is the nature of domestic labour relations itself. 18. See Wenona Giles and Sedef Arat-Koc¸, Maid in the Market: Women’s Paid Domestic Labour (Halifax, 1994). Again certain general trends have been dis-cerned by Hill and Romano. The aristocratic cultural orientation contained within it the notion of the male household head as paternal protector and benefactor of the household.
Maid in the Market: Women’s Paid Domestic Labor. Chapter Two: Chicanas and the Changing Work Experience in Domestic Service, in W. Giles and S. Arat-Koç, (eds), Maid in the Market: Women’s Paid Domestic Labour, 40–55. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.
Maid in the Market: Women's Paid Domestic Labour. Labour (Committee on Canadian Labour History). This paper explores the labour-market status and experience of racial minorities in Canada, and examines and criticises labour-market policy which ignores the employment and socio-economic disadvantage of this group. The main argument of this discussion is that racial minorities as a whole encounter racial discrimination in the Canadian labour market, and new racial minority immigrants face compounded obstacles.