Record nummer 707007
Titel artikel Against reductionism : the relations of consumption as a mode of social structuration
Auteur(s) Pratt, G.
Tijdschrifttitel International journal of urban and regional research = Revue internationale de recherche urbaine et regionale
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 10(1986)3
Paginering 377 - 400
Annotatie(s) Tab.; Refs
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Trefwoorden (cab) huisvesting / acquisitie / inkopen / sociale klassen / beroepen / huishoudens / theorie / bedrijfsvoering / huishoudkunde / Canada / vrouwelijke arbeidskrachten / vrouwelijke werknemers / vrouwen / werk / werkgelegenheid / organisatie
Rubrieken Sociaal welzijn
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting A dynamic interrelationship which exists between housing tenure and class is discussed, with emphasis on the relevance of consumption relations in actually structuring the social relations of production. Three empirical illustrations: the links between housing tenure and one class position; evidence of the impact of housing tenure on labour negotiations and job stability; the interaction between housing tenure and the organization of the family household vis-a-vis formal participation in the labour force. Evidence that home ownership is associated with female participation in the labour force shows that consumption can have a decisive influence on women's class position, that is on theirtransition from non wage to wage labour
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