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About this book
This collection analyzes shifting relationships between gender and labour in post-Fordist times. Contingency creates a sexual contract in which attachments to work, mothering, entrepreneurship and investor subjectivity are the new regulatory ideals for women over a range of working arrangements, and across classed and raced dimensions.
Post-Fordism neoliberalism labour domestic labour women's work affective work immaterial labour sexual contract gender work employment unemployment out-sourcing contingent labour capitalism sub-contracting entrepreneurship employability class debt Familie migrants transition women