Class, Gender and the Family Business by Kate Mulholland

By Kate Mulholland

In elevating probing questions on the connection among gender energy, classification energy and firm, this ebook brings a brand new and insightful standpoint to the examine of kin capitalism. Mulholland explores the hyperlinks among category as a source and firm, the connections among the association of the sexual department of work and firm, the connection among masculinity and firm and the style during which emotional exertions and domesticity additionally give a contribution to the development of industrial. in keeping with a nearby research of newly created and inherited company throughout varied sectors, interviews have been performed among seventy significant company households and 100 family.

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Although they intended to go into business as soon as possible, their need to survive, coupled with labour market discrimination, meant they often took lowpaid, menial jobs. Other business entrants were studying in Britain and were forced to remain, often experiencing labour market discrimination. Despite this, some graduated from university and also completed management training schemes in the commercial sector, before going into business independently. Other newcomers benefiting from neither a business background, nor the advantage of education were more likely to have been longer in employment, and saw business as a way of escaping the disadvantages of low-paid work.

In contrast, the research suggests that wives risk the closure of their careers and make considerable direct financial investment in a fledgling business. It seems that wifely ambition can take precedence over family security: ‘I said to him, “People are like that, if you are doing them good . . You are working so hard, putting in so many hours, and at the end of the day, you get a pat on the back. ” But if he went on his own, you know, whatever he put in, he’d get more out of it. I was in London working very hard, and my company offered me this Hong Kong posting.

Other theorists (including Engels, 1972; Bourdieu, 1976; and Pateman, 1988) contribute to the debate on female sexuality and the wider issue of property relations and offer important insights into understanding the management of family capitalism. Engels’ (1972) materialist analysis of sexuality is sensitive to the character of gender relations within marriage. His discussion of ‘father right’ makes clear the logic of the materially rooted character of primogeniture, arguing that the reason men need to know their biological children is in order to transfer accumulated wealth across the male line; hence their need to control female sexuality.

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