Bringing It All Back Home by Harriet Fraad

By Harriet Fraad

Bringing all of it again domestic makes use of the intimate enviornment of the loved ones because the distinct environment for a groundbreaking research of the relationships among category, gender and tool this present day. The authors - and the feminist students who provided responses to their critique - combine the wealthy traditions of Marxism and feminism, and more moderen advancements in Marxian thought and Lacanian psychoanalysis, to theorise a brand new method of the modern drawback of the kin.

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