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A Research On Invisible Labor Of Women Cademicians: Example Of Ordu University

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  • Nedim DIKMEN

    (Ordu Universitesi)

  • Derya MADEN

    (Ordu Universitesi)

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    Unpaid domestic labor of women has a determinant role in enabling sustainability of capitalist system. In this study, manner of women academicians at Ordu University towards their occupations, whether there is a difference in gender approach in academic development or administrative duties; problems that experience at home and at work were tried to be determined. Based upon these determinations, the issue of invisible domestic labor was discussed and tangible data about role conflict was wanted to be obtained. As a result; restrictions of the term of women’s invisible labor as a determinant factor within today’s sociological and economic theories as effort of overcoming these restrictions were tried to be expressed.

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    Article provided by Istanbul Commerce University in its journal Istanbul Commerce University Journal of Social Sciences.

    Volume (Year): 21 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 257-288

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    Handle: RePEc:icu:journl:v:21:y:2012:i:1:p:257-288
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