Europeanization, Care and Gender: Global Complexities by H. DahlEuropeanization, Care and Gender: Global Complexities by H. Dahl

Europeanization, Care and Gender: Global Complexities

byH. DahlEditorM. Keränen, A. Kovalainen

Hardcover | October 4, 2011

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This collection addresses the complexity of care arrangements in contemporary Europe, developing new insights into debates about the care crisis, gender equality, the division of work and the reconciliation of care and work.
THOMA P. BOJE Professor of Sociology at the University of Roskilde, Denmark ANDERS EJRNAES Associate Professor at the University of Roskilde, Denmark EGLE SUMSKIENE Lecturer at Vilnius University, Lithuania FIONA WILLIAM Emeritus Professor of Social Policy at the University of Leeds, UK KEYÄT NOUSIAINEN Professor of Comparative Law and...
Title:Europeanization, Care and Gender: Global ComplexitiesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:215 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.83 inPublished:October 4, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230299695

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Table of Contents

Introduction; H.Dahl, M.Keränen & A.Kovalainen PART I: THE EUROPEANIZATION OF CARE Double Subsidiarity, Double Trouble?: Allocating Care Responsibilities in the EU through Social Dialogue; K.Nousiainen Care, Migration and Citizenship: Migration and Home-based Care in Europe; F.Williams The Regulation of Paid, Domestic Work: A Win-win Situation or a Reproduction of Social Inequalities? M.Hrzenjak PART II: THE COMPLEXITY OF CARE Family Policy and Welfare Regimes; T.Boje & A.Ejrnæs Modes of Care and Mothering: How does Citizenship and Care Intersect in the Lives of Mothers and Disabled Children?; J.Mclaughlin From Traditional to Modern Care? The Case of Intellectually Disabled and Mentally Ill in Modern Lithuania; E.Sumskiene Changing Conceptions of Citizenship and Care in Finnish Policy Discourse on Reconciliation on Work and Family Life; K.Eräranta PART III: THE NEO-COLONIAL CARE RELATIONS IN EUROPE Gendering the Stranger: Nomadic care Workers in Europe: A Polish-italian Example; L.Isaksen Migrant Women and Defamilialisation in the Spanish Welfare State; S.Climent Privatizing Neo-Colonialism: Migrant Domestic Care Workers, Partial Citizenship and Responsibility; J.Tronto Concluding Remarks; H. Dahl, M.Keränen & A.Kovalainen Bibliography Index