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ISBN: 978-3-8474-2541-0

Covid, Crisis, Care, and Change?

International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions

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Erscheinungsdatum : 07.03.2022

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Open Access: The book Covid, Crisis, Care, and Change? is an Open Access title (DOI: 10.3224/84742541) , which is free to download or can be bought as paperback. The book holds a Creative Commons Lizenz Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ / Der Titel Covid, Crisis, Care, and Change? (DOI: 10.3224/84742541) ist kostenlos im Open Access (PDF) herunterladbar oder kostenpflichtig als Print-Ausgabe erhältlich. Der Titel steht unter der Creative Commons Lizenz Attribution 4.0 International(CC BY 4.0): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

The Covid-19 crisis has intensified already existing social inequalities in different spheres. The book examines how fundamental and sustainable the social changes over the course of the pandemic will be at the social levels of labour, care work, and state regulation, emphasizing their gender dimensions.

The contradictory organisation of labour and life under capitalist conditions and their gender relations is particularly visible in the service sector as well as in the sectors of health, care and childcare. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the social recognition of these previously devalued activities has risen to new heights. However, gestures of symbolic acknowledgements do not meet with comprehensive material recognition. So how (strongly) do processes of recognition and appropriation in system-relevant professions actually change in times of social crisis and what role do gender relations play?

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The editors:
Prof. Antonia Kupfer holds the Chair of Macro-Sociology at the Institute of Sociology at TU Dresden in Germany.
Constanze Stutz, M.A. works as a research assistant at the Institute of Sociology at TU Dresden in Germany.

 

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Lecturers and researchers in sociology and gender Studies

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978-3-8474-2541-0

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14,8 x 21 cm

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196

Year of publication

2022

Date of publication

07.03.2022

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1.

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Englisch

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care, care work, corona crisis, ECPR 2022, Gender relations, Jahrestagung FG Geschlechterstudien 2022, pandemic, reproduction, social changes, social inequality

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Open Access: The book Covid, Crisis, Care, and Change? is an Open Access title (DOI: 10.3224/84742541) , which is free to download or can be bought as paperback. The book holds a Creative Commons Lizenz Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ / Der Titel Covid, Crisis, Care, and Change? (DOI: 10.3224/84742541) ist kostenlos im Open Access (PDF) herunterladbar oder kostenpflichtig als Print-Ausgabe erhältlich. Der Titel steht unter der Creative Commons Lizenz Attribution 4.0 International(CC BY 4.0): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

The Covid-19 crisis has intensified already existing social inequalities in different spheres. The book examines how fundamental and sustainable the social changes over the course of the pandemic will be at the social levels of labour, care work, and state regulation, emphasizing their gender dimensions.

The contradictory organisation of labour and life under capitalist conditions and their gender relations is particularly visible in the service sector as well as in the sectors of health, care and childcare. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the social recognition of these previously devalued activities has risen to new heights. However, gestures of symbolic acknowledgements do not meet with comprehensive material recognition. So how (strongly) do processes of recognition and appropriation in system-relevant professions actually change in times of social crisis and what role do gender relations play?

Table of contents + reading sample

The editors:
Prof. Antonia Kupfer holds the Chair of Macro-Sociology at the Institute of Sociology at TU Dresden in Germany.
Constanze Stutz, M.A. works as a research assistant at the Institute of Sociology at TU Dresden in Germany.

 

Download for free: publicity leaflet (pdf)

 

The target group:
Lecturers and researchers in sociology and gender Studies

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978-3-8474-2541-0

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978-3-8474-1677-7

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14,8 x 21 cm

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Year of publication

2022

Date of publication

07.03.2022

Edition

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Englisch

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