8 edition of Sunbelt working mothers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 311-321) and index.
|Statement||Louise Lamphere, Patricia Zavella, Felipe Gonzales ; with Peter B. Evans.|
|Series||Anthropology of contemporary issues, Cornell paperbacks|
|Contributions||Zavella, Patricia., Gonzales, Felipe, 1946-, Evans, Peter B., 1944-|
|LC Classifications||HQ759.48 .L37 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
|ISBN 10||0801427886, 0801480663|
|LC Control Number||92056789|
In the modern corporate world, there is the mistaken assumption, that ‘working late equals working harder.’ There is also a bias towards working mothers (parents) who need to leave work at a particular time, while other colleagues are still working. Working Mother Magazine Yesterday at AM Show this to your manager who wants to know why you can’t work til 9 p.m. while you’re stretched thinner than you ever thought possible. Working mothers are now the rule rather than the exception. Women have been moving into the workforce not only for career satisfaction but also because they and their families need the income. Why Women Work. In many families today, mothers continue to work because they have careers that they have spent years developing. Louise Lamphere, Patricia Zavella, and Felipe Gonzales, with Peter B. Evans's "Sunbelt Working Mothers: Reconciling Family and Factory," Cornell University Press. Work and Occupations: An International Sociological Journal, Vol Number 2/May, pp. (). Clara Rodriguez's "Puerto Ricans: Born in the U.S.A." Unwin Hyman Press.
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Sunbelt Working Mothers compares the experiences of Mexican–American and white mothers employed in apparel and electronics factories in Albuquerque and illuminates the ways in which individual women manage the competing demands of two roles.
Authors Lamphere, Zavella, Gonzales, and Evans show how these mothers-without the economic resources Cited by: Read this book on Questia.
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Sunbelt working mothers: reconciling family and factory. [Louise Lamphere; Patricia Zavella; Felipe Gonzales; Peter B Evans] -- "[Examines] the intersection between class, gender, and ethnicity among direct production workers in Albuquerque. [P]rovides an alternative perspective that stresses differences of experience.
Probably the most difficult decision facing working mothers (who usually make the day-care arrangements) is who will care for their children while they are away from the home. Replacing the care of children that is usually done by women goes to the heart of the contradiction between women’s paid and unpaid labor (Lamb ; Uttal ).
Sunbelt working mothers by Louise Lamphere. Publication date Topics Working mothers -- Sunbelt States., Work and family -- Sunbelt States. Publisher Cornell University Press Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS.
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American women were pulled into sunbelt manufacturing jobs in greater proportion than white women. The greater number of Mexi can-American working mothers in our sample reflects that fact.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xvii, pages): illustrations, map: Contents: 1. Mediating Contradiction and Difference: The Everyday Construction of Work and Family The Context of Sunbelt Industrialization Women's Industrial Work in the Family Economy Mediating Contracdictions in Hierarchical Plants Working Mother Magazine.
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Authors Lamphere, Zavella, Gonzales, and Evans show how these mothers-without the economic resources of Format: Pasta dura. Sunbelt Working Mothers: Reconciling Family and Factory By Louise Lamphere; Patricia Zavella; Felipe Gonzales; Peter B. Evans Cornell University Press, Read preview Overview Working Mothers and Juvenile Delinquency By Thomas Vander Ven LFB Scholarly, In the late 20th century, the United States experienced an incarceration explosion.
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The silent majority: suburban politics in the Sunbelt South / by: Lassiter, Matthew D., Published: () Sunbelt working mothers: reconciling family and factory / by: Lamphere, Louise. Patricia Zavella is an anthropologist and professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz in the Latin American and Latino Studies department.
She has spent a career advancing Latina and Chicana feminism through her scholarship, teaching, and activism. She was president of the Association of Latina and Latino Anthropologists and has served on the executive board of the American. There was a time when you were struggling with your job and your kids.
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Louise Lamphere (born ) is an American anthropologist who has been distinguished professor of anthropology at the University of New Mexico since She was a faculty member at UNM from – and again from –, when she became a professor emeritus.
Austin, Texas, is often depicted as one of the past half century's great urban success stories-a place that has grown enormously through "creative class" strategies emphasizing tolerance and environmental consciousness.
In Shadows of a Sunbelt City, Eliot Tretter reinterprets this familiar story by exploring the racial and environmental underpinnings of the postindustrial knowledge economy. Writing monograph on “Sunbelt Working Mothers: Reconciling Family and Factory.” Funded by Russell Sage Foundation. Faculty Fellow, Pembroke Center for Research and Teaching on Women.
Completion of book manuscript, From Working Daughters to Working Mothers: Immigrant Women in a New England Industrial Community. The recession of the s triggered important economic and cultural changes in the United States, and working women were at the center of these changes.
Sunbelt Working Mothers compares the experiences of Mexican–American and white mothers employed in apparel and electronics factories in Albuquerque and illuminates the ways in which.
Sunbelt Working Mothers, an empirical monograph by Louise Lamphere, Patricia Zav-ella, and Felipe Gonzales with Peter B. Evans, examines how the feminization of manufac-turing in Albuquerque, New Mexico has "pushed employed working-class Hispano and Anglo mothers to construct new arrangements within and understandings of family life" (p.
11). A new book looks at time management challenges of being a working parent. For Working Moms, Key To Balance May Lie In Elusive Leisure Time. motherhood shift work nurses working mothers sleep deprivation An earlier version of this article was presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Cited by: Patricia Zavella is Professor of Latin American and Latino Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
She is the author of Women's Work and Chicano Families: Cannery Workers of the Santa Clara Valley and a co-author of Sunbelt Working Mothers: Reconciling Family and a is a co-editor of Chicana Feminisms: A Critical Reader, Telling to Live: Latina Feminist Testimonios 5/5(1).
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“The home is the center of life. It is a refuge from the grind of work, the pressure of school, and the menace of the streets. We say that at home, we can “be ourselves.” Everywhere else, we are someone else. At home, we remove our masks. The home is the wellspring of personhood.
It is where our identity takes root and blossoms, where as Cited by:. This is ethnography at its finest."—Louise Lamphere, author of Sunbelt Working Mothers: Reconciling Family and Factory “A groundbreaking portrait of US farmworkers.
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The Stevie. Almost as many mothers as women without children are working, according to the latest government figures. With % of mothers in work, the gap between them and .