Class Struggle on the Homefront: Work, Conflict, and Exploitation in the Household

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ISBN-10: 0230229263
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GRAHAM CASSANO is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Oakland University. He studies social inequality, symbolic exploitation, and the representation of political economy in the mass media. His essays have appeared in a number of interdisciplinary critical journals, including Critical Sociology, Rethinking Marxism, The Journal of Economic Issues, and Left History.

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Satya Gabriel (1957-present) is professor of economics and finance at Mount Holyoke College in the United States of America. He has served as a director of education for the Urban League, chief executive officer of an advertising and public relations firm, director of the Financial Services Academy of Portland, Oregon, editorial director of Food First Publications, a computer programmer, and a probation officer. His book "Chinese Capitalism and the Modernist Vision" makes the controversial argument that China is undergoing a contemporary transition from feudalism to capitalism.

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