Race, Class, Women and the State: The Case of Domestic Labour


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Tanya Schechter explores the growth of (largely immigrant) domestic workers as Canadian women entered the paid labor force. She focuses on the role of the state in setting policies that encouraged women to increase their participation in the public sphere, while at the same time maintaining domestic labor and child care as lower-paid women’s work. Pub’d at $24.99