The Value of Women’s Work. Productive & Reproductive Work. Productive Work producing goods or services for exchange (industrial capitalism=money exchange) Reproductive Work work that involves caring for others. Housework, cooking, care of the sick and elderly.
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Who are the women and men who hire them?
What are the tensions?
How are tensions resolved?
Do these resolutions further gender & labor inequity?
What does she mean by this?
Chinese family traditions intersect w/ /patriarchy
How have these relations been transformed in recent years?
What role do migrant domestic workers play in the transition?
Do resolutions to the “mother-in-law” issue challenge or secure patriarchy?