References for Theme: Home and Work
- Aassve, Arnstein; Fuochi, Giulia; Mencarini, Letizia
"Desperate Housework: Relative Resources, Time Availability, Economic Dependency, and Gender Ideology Across Europe"
- Corno, Lyn
"Looking at Homework Differently"
- Corno, Lyn; Xu, Jianzhong
"Homework as the Job of Childhood"
- Gilman, Charlotte Perkins
(p.82) All industry began at home. All industry was begun by women.Where the patient and laborious squaw once carried on her back the slaughtered game for her own family, now wind and steam and lightning distribute our provisions around the world. Where she once erected a rude shelter of boughs or hides for her own family, now mason and carpenter, steel and iron worker, joiner, lather, plasterer, glazier, plumber, locksmith, painter, and decorator combine to house the world. Where she chewed and scrape the hides, wove bark and grasses, made garments, made baskets, made pottery, made all that was made for...
The Home: Its Work and Influence
- Nippert-Eng, Christena
"Drawing the Line: Organizations and the Boundary Work of “Home” and “Work”"
"Calendars and Keys: The Classification of "Home" and "Work""
- Park, Youngah; Jex, Steve M
- Tietze, S
- Wærness, Kari
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