Class, patriarchy, and Sartre's theory of practice

@article{Connell1982ClassPA,
  title={Class, patriarchy, and Sartre's theory of practice},
  author={Raewyn Connell},
  journal={Theory and Society},
  year={1982},
  volume={11},
  pages={305-320}
}
  • R. Connell
  • Published 1 May 1982
  • Sociology
  • Theory and Society
In the last decade, as the impact of the women's movement on Western socialism has deepened, there has been a good deal of argument about the connection between class and gender relations. Among the attempts to grasp the issue have been an extended debate about the economic significance of housework (somewhat ponderously known as the "domestic labor" debate); Delphy's materialist feminism, arguing the independence of patriarchy from class relations but modelling a theory of the former on… 
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