References for Theme: Domestic Labour
- Aassve, Arnstein; Fuochi, Giulia; Mencarini, Letizia
"Desperate Housework: Relative Resources, Time Availability, Economic Dependency, and Gender Ideology Across Europe"
- Ameeriar, Lalaie
"Pedagogies of Affect: Docility and Deference in the Making of Immigrant Women Subjects"
"Preferences and Prejudices: Employers’ Views on Domestic Workers in the Republic of Yemen"
- Amodio, Suzanne M
- Bakan, Abigail B; Stasiulis, Daiva K
"Making the Match: Domestic Placement Agencies and the Racialization of Women's Household Work"
- Boydston, Jeanne
- Costa, Mariarosa Dalla
"Domestic Labour and the Feminist Movement in Italy since the 1970s"
“Today we have once more reached a significant moment for women's work and the rejection of it. On the one hand, there is a confirmation of the trend towards rejection of the unpaid labour of reproduction in favour of an increasingly extensive availability for the market in waged labour. At the same time, not only has there been no significant revival of the birth or marriage rate, but the increase in the female workforce between 1977 and 1982 was almost double that among men: a rise of 872,000 for women, compared with 469,000 for men.” p. 31
- Davis, Angela
"Reflections on the Black Woman's Role in the Community of Slaves"
"The Approaching Obsolescence of Housework: A Working-class Perspective"
- De Regt, Marina
- Delphy, Christine
- Edmond, Wendy; Fleming, Suzie
- Fagan, Colette; Grimshaw, Damian; Rubery, Jill; Smith, Mark
- Federici, Silvia
- Fortunati, Polda
- Fox, Bonnie
- Himmelweit, Susan
- Hochschild, Arlie Russell
- Jacobs, Jerry A; Gerson, Kathleen
- Lutz, Helma
- Malos, Ellen
The Politics of Housework
"The Politics of Household Labour in the 1990s: Old Debates, New Contexts"
- Markusen, Ann R
- Meagher, Gabrielle
- Mies, Maria
- Molyneux, Maxine
- Picchio, Antonella
- Smith, Paul
- Williams, Joan
- Zaretsky, Eli
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