Women, work and care in the Asia-Pacific / edited by Marian Baird, Michele Ford and Elizabeth Hill.

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Published: New York : Routledge, 2017.
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Table of Contents:
  • Work/care regimes in the asia-pacific : a feminist framework
  • Familial/informal care regimes
  • China : the reconfiguring of women, work and care
  • Malaysia : balancing paid and unpaid work
  • Singapore : contradictions in the work/care regime
  • Indonesia : middle-class complicity and state failure to provide care
  • The Philippines : pressures for change in the work/care regime
  • Cambodia : managing work and care in a post-conflict context
  • Bangladesh : class, precarity and the politics of care
  • India : economic inequality and social reproduction
  • Sri Lanka : working realities and gendered fictions
  • Familial/formal care regimes
  • Australia : the care challenge
  • New Zealand : caring for women or women caring?
  • Predominantly familial care regimes
  • Japan : from social reproduction to gender equality
  • South Korea : work, care and the wollstonecraft dilemma
  • Timor-Leste : mixed messages on work and care
  • Papua New Guinea : work and care in a subsistence economy.