Based on the Steelworker Families and Hamilton Families Projects, D.W. Livingstone and Marshall Mangan revise the materialist approach to group consciousness, employing a Marxist-Feminist perspective to discuss practices in the household sphere and the production of goods and services in the paid workplace.
Subjects: Sociology, Business
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