SOC227H5 Chapter : Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Citizenship

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Gender, race, ethnicity and citizenship status at work lecture 2. Three different ways scholars do intersectional analysis: groups: Instead of focusing just on relationship of the oppressed look at everything: processes: Looks at it more as a social relation. Sometimes gender is taken as primary and gender and race and ethnicity are taken secondary. When they are all primary: systems, differentiation in the labour market. Physical separation of home and workplace: three ways that capitalist influence gender and women"s work was restricted; Home becomes a place of reproduction not production. Women use to make butter, bread etc, But afterwards it becomes a place of reproduction not only biological but also social. Social reproduction: getting people ready to go to work (making sure they get sleep, taking care of children, etc, getting them ready to go out in the work place. Bother women and man were productive although they were doing different tasks.

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