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Engendering revolution : women, unpaid labor, and maternalism in Bolivarian Venezuela / Rachel Elfenbein.

Author/Creator:
Elfenbein, Rachel author.
Publication:
Austin : University of Texas Press, 2019.
Format/Description:
Book
xvii, 263 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Edition:
First edition.
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Subjects:
Poor women -- Venezuela -- Social conditions.
Poor women -- Venezuela.
Women -- Political activity -- Venezuela.
Unpaid labor -- Venezuela.
Feminism -- Venezuela -- History.
Venezuela -- Social conditions -- 1999-.
Venezuela -- Politics and government -- 1999-.
Feminism.
Politics and government.
Poor women.
Poor women -- Social conditions.
Social conditions.
Unpaid labor.
Women -- Political activity.
Venezuela.
Form/Genre:
History.
Contents:
Introduction. The unpaid labor and suffering of the women undergirding the Bolivarian revolution
Out of the margins : the struggle for the rights to state recognition of women's unpaid housework and social security for homemakers
Between fruitless legislative initiatives and executive magic : contestations over the implementation of homemakers' social security
State imaginations of popular motherhood within the revolution : the institutional design of Madres del Barrio Mission
Regulating motherhood in Madres del Barrio : intensifying yet disregarding the unpaid labor of the mothers of the Bolivarian revolution
In the shadows of the magical revolutionary state : popular women's work where the state did not reach
Mobilized yet contained within chavista populism : popular women's organizing around the 2012 organic labor law
Conclusion : imagining a more dignified map for popular women's unpaid labor and power.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
9781477319130
1477319131
9781477319147
147731914X
9781477319154
9781477319161
OCLC:
1083701110