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Global Dimensions of Gender and Carework

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Table of Contents Introduction ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------p. 1 Section 1: Globalization and Multiple Crises of Care Chapter 1. Globalization and Multiple Crises of Care ---------------------------------------p.9 Chapter 2. "Global Cities and Survival Circuits." Saskia Sassen. ----------------------- p. 37 Chapter 3. "Disposable Domestics: Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy." Grace Chang. ----------------------------------------------------------- p. 49 Chapter 4. "Migrant Filipina Domestic Workers and The International Division of Reproductive Labor." Rhacel Salazar Parrenas. ---------------------------------------- p.61 Chapter 5. "Labor Recruitment and the Lure of the Capital: Central American Migrants in Washington, DC." Terry A. Repak. -------------------------------------------------p.83 Chapter 6. "Multilateral Organizations and Early Child Care and Education Policies for Developing Countries." Fulvia Rosemberg. -------------------------------------------p.97 Chapter 7. "Globalization, Work Hours, and The Care Deficit among Stockbrokers." Mary Blair-Loy and Jerry A. Jacobs. ---------------------------- ---------------------------p. 110 Section 2: Transnational Migration: Citizenship, Social Control, and Carework Chapter 8. Transnational Migration: Citizenship, Social Control, and Carework -- --p.130 Chapter 9. "Banana, Beaches, and Bases." Cynthia Enloe. ----------------------------p. 150 Chapter 10. "Unequal Freedom: How Race and Gender Shaped American Citizenship and Labor." Evelyn Nakano Glenn. ---------------------------------------------------------p. 156 Chapter 11. "Rethinking the Globalization of Domestic Service: Foreign Domestics, State Control, and the Politics of Identity in Taiwan." Shu-Ju Ada Cheng. ---------p163 Chapter 12. "International Migration, Domestic Work, and Care Work: Undocumented Latina Migrants in Israel." Rebecca Raijman, Silvina Schammah-Gesser and Adriana Kemp. --------------- ------------------------------------------------------p.186 Chapter 13. "'Forced' into Unpaid Carework: International Students' Wives in the United States." Minjeong Kim. - -----------------------------------------------------------p. 207 Chapter 14. "Caregiving in Transnational Context: 'My Wings Have Been Cut; Where Can I Fly.'" Denise Spitzer, Anne Neufeld, Margaret Harrison, Karen Hughes, and Miriam Stewart. ---- --------------------------------------------------------------------p.227 Section 3: Motherhood, Domestic Work, and Childcare in Global Perspective Chapter 15. Motherhood, Domestic Work, and Childcare in Global Perspective -- -p. 248 Chapter 16. "The Invisible Heart." Nancy Folbre. ----------------------------------- -p.270 Chapter 17. "Making Care Work: Employed Mothers in the New Childcare Market." Lynet Uttal. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -p.277 Chapter 18. "Doing the Dirty Work: The Global Politics of Domestic Labor" Bridget Anderson. - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -p.289 Chapter 19. "Unraveling Privilege; Workers' Children and the Hidden Costs of Paid Childcare." Mary Romero. ------------------------------------------------------------------p.307 Chapter 20. "I'm Here, But I'm There": The Meanings of Latina Transnational Motherhood." Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo and Ernestine Avila. ----------------------p.330 Chapter 21. "Maid or Madam? Filipina Migrant Workers and Continuity of Domestic Labor." Pei-Chia Lan --------------------------------------------------------------------------p.346 Chapter 22. "'Women Have No Tribe': Connecting Carework, Gender, and Migration in an Era of HIV/AIDS in Botswana." Rebecca Upton. ----------------------------------p. 360 Section 4: Valuing Carework through Policy and Culture: Communities, States, and Supranational Institutions Chapter 23. Valuing Carework through Policy and Culture: Communities, States, and Supranational Institutions -------------------------------------------------------------p. 370 Chapter 24. "After the Family Wage: a Postindustrial Thought Experiment." Nancy Fraser. ------ -----------------------------------------------------------------------------p.393 Chapter 25. "Welfare States and Woman Power: Essays in State Feminism." Helga Maria Hernes. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------p.401 Chapter 26. "Care: Actors, Relationships and Contexts." Arnlaug Leira and Chiara Saraceno. ---- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------p. 410 Chapter 27. Women in the Restructuring of Care-Work: Crossnational Variations and Trends in Ten OECD Countries." Susan Christopherson. ----------------------p.417 Chapter 28. "Care Work: Invisible Civic Engagement." Pamela Herd and Madonna Harrington Meyer. --------------------------------------------------------------------------p.424 Chapter 29. "Acid Violence and Medical Care in Bangladesh: Women's Activism as Carework." Afroza Anwary. -------------------------------------------------------p.448 Chapter 30. "Women's Empowering Carework in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan." Mehrangiz Najafizadeh. --------------------------------------------------------------------p.462 Chapter 31. "Central State Child Care Policies in Post-authoritarian Spain: Implications for Gender and Carework Arrangements." Celia Valiente. ------------------------p.476 Conclusion---------------------------------------------------------------------------p.484 Index

About the Author

Mary K. Zimmerman is Professor of Sociology and Professor of Health Policy and Management at the University of Kansas. Jacquelyn S. Litt is Director of Women's and Gender Studies and Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Christine E. Bose is Professor of Sociology and Chair of the Women's Studies Department at the University at Albany, State University of New York.


"This book provides an excellent overview of the complex social forces causing crises in care and the impact of these crises on individuals across the globe. It is a powerful statement and a wonderful teaching resource." - International Journal of Sociology of the Family "The book is highly readable and a valuable resource for understanding the global hierarchies of inequality." - CHOICE

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