Bringing It All Back Home: Class, Gender & Power in the by Harriet Fraad, Stephen Resnick, Richard Wolff

By Harriet Fraad, Stephen Resnick, Richard Wolff

An research of relationships among women and men that merits from the wealthy traditions of feminism and Marxism, and but is unfastened from the commercial, political and different determinisms which have been so ubiquitous in these traditions. Drawing on new feminist and Marxian theories, the authors attach the relationships of sophistication, gender and gear inside of smooth families. The ensuing new thought establishes the initimate enviornment of the loved ones as a centrally very important item of latest social research.

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