Invisible labor, invisible bodies: how the global political economy affects reproductive freedom in the Philippines

@article{Tanyag2017InvisibleLI,
  title={Invisible labor, invisible bodies: how the global political economy affects reproductive freedom in the Philippines},
  author={Maria Tanyag},
  journal={International Feminist Journal of Politics},
  year={2017},
  volume={19},
  pages={39 - 54}
}
  • Maria Tanyag
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • International Feminist Journal of Politics
ABSTRACT Feminist scholars have critically demonstrated the links between the global political economy, social reproduction and gender-based violence. This article builds on this scholarship by investigating restrictions to reproductive freedom and their connection to the depletion of women’s bodies in the global political economy. Specifically, I use the Depletion through Social Reproduction (DSR) framework to reveal how the work of social reproduction is harnessed to service economic activity… Expand
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