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McCluskey Abstract This essay examines the question of conflict between market work and family care from the angle of family caretaking labor for workers rather than for dependents.
Feminist legal scholars and activists have been concerned for generations about the effect of women's unpaid caretaking work on women's participation and success in the wage labor market.
Better public support for this gendered family care work is crucial to many leading visions of feminist legal and economic change. Recent welfare reforms, however, have increased the extent to which public policy treats caretaking instead as a personal responsibility or a sign of personal irresponsibility for some women and families, particularly single women in poverty and mothers of color.
Some critics, however, have questioned whether better public support for unpaid family caretaking is indeed a goal consistent with feminist ideals. Their challenges revive and expand longstanding debates about the problems of a feminist strategy focused on women workers' maternal responsibilities.
Recent debates over legal feminists' focus on family care work raise three interrelated concerns. Will directing public support to women as unpaid caretakers discourage or disadvantage women as paid workers? Will directing public support to women as mothers victimize or marginalize women who are not mothers or caretakers?
Will directing public resources to women's family care for others diminish attention or support for women's freedom to seek their own pleasure? In particular, as Katherine Franke asks, has feminist legal attention to women's dependency burdens detracted from feminist legal attention to women's identity as powerful sexual agents?A.
If you have a court order and the mother refuses to hand over the child, you need to point out that she is breaking a court order and if she still refuses, you need to consider applying to the court for enforcement of the order.
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Why? Because they don’t take effort? No, because women are supposed to provide them uncompensated, out of the goodness of. Volunteering was an integral part of the “total war” Canadians experienced during the First and Second World Wars, offering civilians a meaningful and practical way to contribute to the national war effort.
CARING FOR WORKERS Martha T. McCluskey1 I.
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