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La mercantilización y mundialización del trabajo reproductivo. El caso español

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  • Laia Castelló Santamaría

    (Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona)

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    El siguiente artículo estudia cómo la contratación de mujeres inmigrantes en el sector doméstico y del cuidado, por parte de las mujeres empleadoras españolas, y la consecuente globalización/mundialización del cuidado, permite reproducir en los Países Mediterráneos un modelo de gestión del trabajo doméstico y del cuidado basado en prácticas (neo)servilistas. Asimismo, pese al traslado del trabajo reproductivo a la esfera del mercado, éste sigue arrastrando un imaginario servil que traba sus posibilidades de profesionalización.

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    Article provided by Asociación de Economía Crítica in its journal Revista de Economía Crítica.

    Volume (Year): 7 (2009)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 74-94

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    Handle: RePEc:ret:ecocri:rec07_04
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