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Arlie Russell Hochschild Quotes: As long as the
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Arlie Russell Hochschild Quote: If in the earlier part of the century, middle-class children suffered from overattentive mothers, from being
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Quotes about Arlie Russell Hochschild: Paradoxically, those who call for family values also tout the wonders of an unregulated market without observing the subtle cultural links between the family they seek to regulate and the market they hold free.
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Quote about Arlie Russell Hochschild: Even when couples share more equitably in the work at home, women do two-thirds of the daily jobs at home, like cooking and cleaning up--jobs that fix them into a rigid routine. Most women cook dinner and most men change the oil in the family car. But dinner needs to be prepared every evening around six o'clock, whereas the car oil needs to be changed every six months, any day around that time, any time that day.... Men thus have more control over when they make their contributions than women do.
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Arlie Russell Hochschild Sayings: Many women cut back what had to be done at home by redefining what the house, the marriage and, sometimes, what the child needs. One woman described a fairly common pattern: I do my half. I do half of his half, and the rest doesn't get done.
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Arlie Russell Hochschild Saying: As motherhood as a
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Sayings about Arlie Russell Hochschild: Could it be, I wonder, that there is such a thing as a wantologist, someone we can hire to figure out what we want? Have I arrived at some final telling moment in my research on outsourcing intimate parts of our lives, or at the absurdist edge of the market frontier?
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Saying about Arlie Russell Hochschild: To televisionize any serious problem, the program directors face the task of making the message 'go down smooth' until the audience is delivered to the commercial.
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Arlie Russell Hochschild Quotes: If in previous decades large historic events drew people together and oriented them toward collective action, the recent double trend toward greater choice but less security leads the young to see their lives in more individual terms. Big events collectivize. Little events atomize.
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Arlie Russell Hochschild Quote: Just as the archetype of the supermom--the woman who can do it all--minimizes the real needs of women, so too the archetype of the
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