De-centering wage labor in contemporary capitalism
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We rethink the “working class” in terms of changes in the labor process and the links between capitalist workplace and household to clarify who is struggling over what in the early twenty-first century. Work has been geographically dispersed and feminized. Some analysts see these changes as conditions for new forms of working-class organization, but the crisis of the household in the United States calls such an analysis into question. © 2007, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. All rights reserved.
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McIntyre, Richard, and Michael Hillard. "De-centering wage labor in contemporary capitalism." Rethinking Marxism 19, 4 (2007): 536-548. doi: 10.1080/08935690701571367.