Arlie Hochschild quotes

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Even when couples share more equitably in the work at home, women do two-thirds of the daily jobs at home, like cooking and cleani ...
As long as the "woman's work" that some men do is socially devalued, as long as it is defined as woman's work, as long as it's tac ...
Many women cut back what had to be done at home by redefining what the house, the marriage and, sometimes, what the child needs. O ...
She isn't harassed. She's busy, and it's glamorous to be busy. Indeed, the image of the on- the-go working mother is very like the ...
Just as the archetype of the supermom--the woman who can do it all--minimizes the real needs of women, so too the archetype of the ...
If in the earlier part of the century, middle-class children suffered from overattentive mothers, from being "mother's only accomp ...
The influx of women into paid work and her increased power raise a woman's aspirations and hopes for equal treatment at home. Her ...
The "female culture" has shifted more rapidly than the "male culture"; the image of the go-get 'em woman has yet to be fully match ...
Three factors--the belief that child care is female work, the failure of ex-husbands to support their children, and higher male wa ...
As motherhood as a "private enterprise" declines and more mothers rely on the work of lower-paid specialists, the value accorded t ...
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