Friend Or Flunkey?: Paid Domestic Workers in the New Economy
Takes a close look at the working lives and attitudes of domestic workers in modern Australia. The book examines a great diversity of experiences in the domestic services industry, mainly through interviews with many participants, both employers and employed.
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A glimpse of domestic employment relationships
Domestic workers in the new service economy
The domestic services industry in Australia
The domestic workforce
The Home Care Service of NSW
Marketingbased strategies for work
Examples from the United States
Constraints on solidaritybased work
Extraordinary servility or upaid housework morally special?
By payinjjfor housework we promote the destructive encroachment
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