By Madonna Harrington Meyer

Care Work is a set of unique essays at the complexities of delivering care. those essays emphasize how social regulations intersect with gender, race, and sophistication to alternately compel ladies to accomplish care paintings and to constrain their skill to take action. prime foreign students from a variety of disciplines offer a groundbreaking research of the paintings of being concerned within the context of the kin, the industry, and the welfare country.

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