Table of contents for Feminist perspectives on family care : policies for gender justice / Nancy R. Hooyman, Judith Gonyea.
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Why a Feminist Perspective?
PART ONE: THE CHANGING SOCIETAL CONTEXT FOR CAREGIVING
America's Changing Families
The Changing American Economy and Workforce
Changing Health Care Needs and Long-Term Care Services
PART TWO: THE CONTEXT, EXTENT AND NATURE OF CAREGIVING FOR DEPENDENTS
The Social, Political, and Historical Context of Caregiving for Dependents
The Gendered Nature of Care
The Consequences of Caring
PART THREE: A FEMINIST CRITIQUE OF CURRENT POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
A Feminist Critique of America's Family Policy
A Feminist Critique of Long-Term Care Policies
A Feminist Critique of Family-Related Benefits in the Workplace
PART FOUR: TOWARD A FEMINIST AGENDA FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS
A Feminist Approach
Social Services and Social Supports
Achieving a More Family-Responsive Workplace
National Health Care Reform and Long-Term Care
A Feminist Perspective
Feminist Strategies for Change
Toward a National Caregiver Coalition
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
People with disabilities -- Home care -- United States.
Home care services -- Social aspects -- United States.
Caregivers -- Government policy -- United States.
Family policy -- United States.
Sex role -- United States.
Feminist theory -- United States.