By Eileen Boris, Angelique Janssens
This quantity bargains with the query of inequality via race, category and gender. such a lot stories basically obstacle themselves with both classification and gender, or with the combo of race or gender. What occurs if we throw all 3 suggestions into the research? the amount seeks to discover how race, type and gender are interrelated within the learn of subject matters comparable to social transformation, nationwide identification, sexuality and paintings. the amount could be of curiosity to either scholars and students in gender and race reviews, hard work background, sociology, historical past, non-Western heritage.
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Extra resources for Complicating Categories: Gender, Class, Race and Ethnicity (International Review of Social History Supplements)
Though the sexes worked in completely separate workrooms — and even buildings — within the factory complex, the labor of both sexes was required for the completion of the work. If one group stopped production, the other usually had to follow suit in short order. Within this sexual division of labor, workers at the New Jersey thread mills found themselves divided along ethnic lines as well. 24 Both occupationally and organizationally, ethnicity and gender operated in tandem in the New Jersey mills.
Gender and Ethnicity in Pre-Colonial West Africa 27 women undoubtedly had many reasons for joining this order. They gained prestige from affiliation with one of the most powerful gods in Anlo; membership may have provided an expanded set of contacts with potential social and economic benefits; others may have joined simply at the urging of their mothers. Of particular significance for our discussion here are the benefits that came to wives. Married women affiliated with this order gained considerable freedom of action within their husband's households.
In response to these exclusionary practices, those marginalized because of their outsider status adopted for different reasons the same gendered marital practices introduced by the ethnic insiders. Those most affected by these changes the young women in both ethnic insider and outsider families - then reacted to demands that they and not their brothers sacrifice their interests for the sake of their families by joining religious orders organized by a number of ethnic outsiders. In coming together in the context of these new religious groups, those stigmatized by their ethnic and gender identities were able to ameliorate their marginal status while also having a profound impact on the way the Anlo defined the boundaries that separated "we" from "they* and managed the marital affairs of their young.
Complicating Categories: Gender, Class, Race and Ethnicity (International Review of Social History Supplements) by Eileen Boris, Angelique Janssens