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Product Description: Feminist concern with difference has rarely extended to rurality even if it is now widely recognized that experiences of inequality depend on intersections of several identities in each individual life. This lack of concern may reflect the urban background of the majority of feminist academics or at least their urban positionality once in the academy...read more
By Berit Brandth (editor), Lia Bryant (contributor), Jenny Barker Devine (contributor), Jo Little (editor) and Barbara Pini (editor)

Hardcover:

9780739188217 | Lexington Books, December 18, 2014, cover price $85.00 | About this edition: Feminist concern with difference has rarely extended to rurality even if it is now widely recognized that experiences of inequality depend on intersections of several identities in each individual life.

Paperback:

9781498508858 | Reprint edition (Lexington Books, April 18, 2016), cover price $39.99 | About this edition: Feminist concern with difference has rarely extended to rurality even if it is now widely recognized that experiences of inequality depend on intersections of several identities in each individual life.

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Product Description: All work is gendered and all work is embodied. Yet, in common with so many features of social life, these connections have remained largely unnoticed in most areas of social enquiry. All three topics - gender, bodies and work - have their own history and theoretical concerns and have recently showed signs of convergence...read more
By Berit Brandth (editor), Elin Kvande (editor) and David H. J. Morgan (editor)

Hardcover:

9780754644392 | Ashgate Pub Co, September 1, 2005, cover price $149.95 | About this edition: All work is gendered and all work is embodied.

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