References for Theme: Health and Work
- Bezanson, Kate; Luxton, Meg
Social Reproduction: Feminist Political Economy Challenges Neo-Liberalism
"Social reproduction, when valued by the market, is gendered, often racialized, and poorly remunerated. Where states no longer provided support and where purchasing services on the market was not feasible, the burden of providing additional care and work fell onto families, especially women. In Ontario under the Conservatives (1995-2003), this familializing and individualizing thrust was underlined by a rhetoric about family values and a nostalgic idealization of motherhood and community. As material supports for communities and families were cut, this family ideology blamed families--and mothers in particular--for failing to take responsibility for their members." p. 6
- Glazer, Nona Yetta
- Gutmann, Amy; Thompson, Dennis F
- McGann, Michael; Moss, Jeremy; White, Kevin
"Health, freedom and work in rural Victoria: The impact of labour market casualisation on health and wellbeing"
- McGann, Michael; White, Kevin; Moss, Jeremy
"Labour casualization and the psychosocial health of workers in Australia"
- Molinier, Pascale
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