Care, gender and justice

Women's unpaid work at home has not concerned social justice theorists, despite the fact that it renders women vulnerable to exploitation and hence injustice. By discussing conceptions of work and women's work, this study develops a theory of women's work as care, and a new ethic of c...

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Main Author: Bubeck, Diemut Elisabet
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford Clarendon 1995, 1995
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Collection: Oxford University Press - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:Women's unpaid work at home has not concerned social justice theorists, despite the fact that it renders women vulnerable to exploitation and hence injustice. By discussing conceptions of work and women's work, this study develops a theory of women's work as care, and a new ethic of care
Physical Description:viii, 281 p.
ISBN:9780191684319
0191684317