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Women Working in the Global Economy:  A Feminist Perspective Professor Yana Rodgers Women’s and Gender Studies Department Class 22: A New Paradigm for Globalization that Values  Women’s Work Valuing Women’s Work in the Global Economy
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Organization 1. Introductory remarks:  The Liberated  Economy 2. Toward an Inclusive,  Egalitarian Division of  Labor 3. International  Interventions 4. What is to Be Done?
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Introductory Remarks: The Liberated Economy Economic concepts do not mirror the natural world; they are socially  constructed.  Gender, sexuality, race, and class matter Social justice: women and men, regardless of social or geographic  location, can shape their destinies by sharing power in the home,  workplace, and the government Goals of social justice: a life of dignity, distributive fairness, equity, the  universal provisioning of needs, elimination of poverty, freedom from  discrimination, social cohesiveness, and strengthening of human capabilities Trends in recent decades: increase in women’s participation in paid  labor market and feminization of labor on a global scale.
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