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Labour Studies 1 C 03 Key themes • • • How to construct an Labour Studies 1 C 03 Key themes • • • How to construct an argument What is work? The “creation” of paid work Time use by gender Domestic work by class Effects Slide 2

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Structure of a “simple” argument Premise Conclusion Slide 3 Labour Studies 1 C 03 Structure of a “simple” argument Premise Conclusion Slide 3

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Rush hour argument It’s 5 o’clock Traffic is murder Labour Studies 1 C 03 Rush hour argument It’s 5 o’clock Traffic is murder after 5 Therefore Let’s leave now Slide 4

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Rush hour argument It’s 5 o’clock Premise 1 Premise Labour Studies 1 C 03 Rush hour argument It’s 5 o’clock Premise 1 Premise 2 Traffic is murder after 5 Inferential indicator Conclusion Slide 5 Therefore Let’s leave now

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Explanations I didn’t go for a run today It’s Labour Studies 1 C 03 Explanations I didn’t go for a run today It’s raining Slide 6 I lost my shoes I was really tired

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Running argument I only run when it’s not raining Labour Studies 1 C 03 Running argument I only run when it’s not raining It’s raining today Therefore…. . I did not run today Slide 7

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Relevant Premise? Tomatoes are grown in Mexico Organic tomatoes Labour Studies 1 C 03 Relevant Premise? Tomatoes are grown in Mexico Organic tomatoes are good for you Slide 8

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Relevant Premise? Studies knows organic tomatoes have more vitamins Labour Studies 1 C 03 Relevant Premise? Studies knows organic tomatoes have more vitamins People who consumer more vitamins are healthier Therefore…. . Organic tomatoes are good for you Slide 9

Labour Studies 1 C 03 =34. 1% Slide 10 Source: Basset, Penny. 1994. Labour Studies 1 C 03 =34. 1% Slide 10 Source: Basset, Penny. 1994. "Declining female labour force participation. " Perspectives on Labour and Income. Vol 6. No. 2

Labour Studies 1 C 03 What happened? Slide 11 Labour Studies 1 C 03 What happened? Slide 11

Labour Studies 1 C 03 What is work? • How do we count “work” Labour Studies 1 C 03 What is work? • How do we count “work” in this society? Slide 12

Labour Studies 1 C 03 The creation of paid work Family wage ideology versus… Labour Studies 1 C 03 The creation of paid work Family wage ideology versus… The so-called “finite wage fund” theory “When labour became waged labour, the work of reproduction became unwaged housework” (Picchio, 1992, p. 11). Slide 13

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Types on unpaid work • • • Childcare Eldercare Labour Studies 1 C 03 Types on unpaid work • • • Childcare Eldercare Cooking Cleaning Shopping/family finances Slide 14

Labour Studies 1 C 03 A question of skill • “Feminine” skills are undervalued Labour Studies 1 C 03 A question of skill • “Feminine” skills are undervalued both in paid and unpaid work Slide 15

Labour Studies 1 C 03 What does it take to shop? http: //ca. youtube. Labour Studies 1 C 03 What does it take to shop? http: //ca. youtube. com/watch? v=TF 8 BKYt BX 8 Y Slide 16

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Slide 17 Source: Marshall, K. (2006). Converging Gender roles. Labour Studies 1 C 03 Slide 17 Source: Marshall, K. (2006). Converging Gender roles. Perspectives on Labour and Income, 7(7), 5 -16.

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Slide 18 Source: Marshall, K. (2006). Converging Gender roles. Labour Studies 1 C 03 Slide 18 Source: Marshall, K. (2006). Converging Gender roles. Perspectives on Labour and Income, 7(7), 5 -16.

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Source: Bianchi, S. and Robinson, J. 2006. Changing Rhythms Labour Studies 1 C 03 Source: Bianchi, S. and Robinson, J. 2006. Changing Rhythms of American Family. , Life. Sage: Thousand Oaks. Hours per week, American Fathers Slide 19

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Class matters • Only 7% of households with less Labour Studies 1 C 03 Class matters • Only 7% of households with less than $40, 000 paid for domestic help, spending an average of $813. • 43% of households with $160, 000 or more, who spent $2, 150. Source: Marshall, K. (2006). Converging Gender roles. Perspectives on Labour and Income, 7(7), 5 -16. Slide 20

Labour Studies 1 C 03 The impact of unpaid work on the economy “Consumption Labour Studies 1 C 03 The impact of unpaid work on the economy “Consumption is simultaneously also production…It is obvious that man (sic) produces his own body, e. g. , through feeding, one form of consumption. But the same applies to any other kind of consumption, which in one way or another contributes to the production of some aspect of man” (Marx, 1970, p. 196). Slide 21

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Impact ALIENATION Slide 22 Labour Studies 1 C 03 Impact ALIENATION Slide 22

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Policy and Unpaid Work • EI and “maternity” leave Labour Studies 1 C 03 Policy and Unpaid Work • EI and “maternity” leave • Tax policy Slide 23

Labour Studies 1 C 03 Counting for nothing http: //ca. youtube. com/watch? v=Ht-QVqy 0 Labour Studies 1 C 03 Counting for nothing http: //ca. youtube. com/watch? v=Ht-QVqy 0 u 78 Slide 24