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by Jenny B. White

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ISBN:
0292790864
Author:
Jenny B. White
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Univ of Texas Pr (February 1, 1994)
Pages:
190 pages
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1814 kb
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1977 kb
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Jenny B. White is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Boston University, and has previously taught at the University of Nebraska and at Marmara University in Turkey.

Jenny B. She is president-elect of the Turkish Studies Association and of the Middle East Section of the American Anthropological Association. Start reading Money Makes Us Relatives: Women's Labor in Urban Turkey on your Kindle in under a minute.

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Money Makes Us Relatives asks why Turkish society devalues women's work, concealing its existence while creating a vast pool .

Money Makes Us Relatives asks why Turkish society devalues women's work, concealing its existence while creating a vast pool of cheap labor for the world market. Drawing on two years of ethnographic fieldwork among family producers and pieceworkers, and using fascinating case studies throughout, Jenny B. White shows how women's paid work is viewed in terms of kinship relations of reciprocity and obligation - an extension of domestic work for the family, which is culturally valued but poorly compensated. Jenny B.

We moved your item(s) to Saved for Later. Oops! There was a problem with saving your item(s) for later. Money Makes Us Relatives asks why Turkish society devalues women's work, concealing its existence while creating a vast pool of cheap labor for the world market.

Money Makes Us Relatives asks why Turkish society devalues women's work, concealin. White is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Boston University, and has previously taught at the University of Nebraska and at Marmara University in Turkey

Money Makes Us Relatives asks why Turkish society devalues women's work, concealin.

Money Makes Us Relatives asks why Turkish society devalues women's work, concealing its existence while .

Money Makes Us Relatives : Women's Labor in Urban Turkey. By (author) Jenny B. White.

Jenny White is a writer and a social anthropologist. Money Makes Us Relatives, a description of women’s labor in urban Turkey in the 1980s, was published in 1994. Jenny White now teaches social anthropology at Boston University as a tenured associate professor. She has published two scholarly books on contemporary Turkey. Islamist Mobilization in Turkey was published in 2002. It explains the rise of Islamic politics in Turkey in the 1990s and won the 2003 Douglass Prize for best book in Europeanist anthropology. Jenny White lives in the Boston area. Series: Kamil Pasha. White, Money Makes Us Relatives: Women's Labor in Urban Turkey (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1994). Pp. 204. Nilüfer İsvan (a1).