What is work ? Gender at the crossroads of home, family, and business from the Early Modern era to the Present

Auteur(s) : Sarti, Raffaella (Éd.)
Bellavitis, Anna (Éd.)
Martini, Manuela (Éd.)
Description matérielle : viii-387 p. : illustrations en noir et blanc, schémas, tableaux ; 24 cm. Collection: International studies in social history ; vol. 30. Publication : New York : Berghahn books, 2018.Cote : TVIIH.435Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index. Thématique : Histoire | Femme | Travail
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Introduction. What is work? Gender at the crossroads of home, family, and business from the Early Modern era to the Present / Sarti, Raffaella ; Bellavitis, Anna and Martini, Manuela --

Family work: a policy-relevant intellectual history / Folbre, Nancy --

Productive and reproductive work: uses and abuses of an old dichotomy / Pescarolo, Alessandra --

The home as a factory: rethinking the debate on housewives' wages in Italy, 1929-1980 / Gissi, Alessandra --

The statistical construction of women's work and the male breadwinner economy in Spain (1856-1930) / Borderías, Cristina --

Toiling women, non-working housewives, and lesser citizens: statistical and legal constructions of female work and citizenship in Italy / Sarti, Raffaella --

The complexities of work: analyzing men's and women's work in the Early Modern world with the verb-oriented method / Ågren, Maria --

The visibility of women's work: logics and contexts of documents' production / Lanzinger, Margareth --

Regulating home labors: the ILO and the feminization of work / Boris, Eileen --

Family-relations law between "stratification" and "resistance": housework and family law exceptionalism / Marella, Maria Rosaria --

Could family (care) work be paid? From french agricultural inheritance law (1939) to legal recognition of excessive filial duty (1994) / Weber, Florence --

Conclusion. Can we construct a holistic approach to women's labor history over the "longue durée"? / Lee Downs, Laura.

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