Gender and Political Economy

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M.E. Sharpe
 

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Contents

Introduction The Development of Feminist Political Economy Ellen Mutari and Heather Boushey
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Family Troubles Brian Cooper
21
Female Labor Supply During Early Industrialization Womens Labor Force Participation in Historical Perspective Margaret S Coleman
42
Gender Sexuality and Sexual Orientation All in the Feminist Family? MV Lee Badgett
61
A Structural Connection Among Race Gender Class Marxs Political Economy Without the Subject
78
Class Gender and Culture A Discussion of Marxism Feminism and Postmodernism Ann Davis
92
Comparable Worth in a Restructuring Economy Discourse and CounterDiscourse Ellen Mutari and Deborah M Figart
115
Women and Labor Market Flexibility The Cases of Japan and the Former West Germany in the Postwar Years David Kucera
131
Race Class and Occupational Mobility Black and White Women in Service Work in the United States Marilyn Power and Sam Rosenberg
150
Embracing Discrimination? The Interaction Between LowWage Labor Markets and Policies in Aid of the Poor Heather Boushey
166
Reversing the Great UTurn Pay Equity Poverty and Inequality Deborah M Figart and June Lapidus
184
Bibliography
203
About the Editors and Contributors
231
Index
235
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