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Women, Culture, and Society Class 18 Caring Labor
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Organization 1. Introduce reading and author 2. Main points 3. Video clip: Who’s Counting: Marilyn Waring on Sex, Lies, and Global Economics 4. Discussion Questions
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Introduce reading and author 1. Reading: “Who Should Pay for the Kids?” Published in a Political Science and Sociology journal 2. First Author: Paula England Professor of Sociology and a Faculty Research Affiliate of the Institute for Research on Women and Gender at Stanford University Research deals with the pay gap between men and women and how this is affected by women's involvement in the work of caring for people in their families and for pay. Also: dynamics in married and cohabiting couples and how they are affected by power, gender norms, and emotional skills.
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Introduce reading and author 1. Second Author: Nancy Folbre Professor of Economics, U-Mass Amherst Pioneer in field of feminist economics (first article in the first issue of the journal Feminist Economics ) Known for her work on caring labor:
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