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Autres "divisions sociales" que les classes (genres, races,...); Féminisme
Other "social divisions" than classes (genders, races,...); Feminism

Why Feminist, Marxist, and Anti-racist Economists Should Be Feminist-Marxist-Anti-racist Economists, Matthaei, Julie, Feminist Economics; 2(1), Spring 1996, pages 22-42. Abstract

The End of Capitalism (as we Knew it): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy, Gibson-Graham, J. K., Blackwell Publishers, 1996 Abstract

Feminist Economies, Nash, Margaret, Rethinking Marxism; 8(3), Fall 1995

Household Labor, Wage Labor, and the Transformation of the Family, Kotz, David M., Review of Radical Political Economics; 26(2), June 1994, pages 24-56. Abstract

Bringing it all back home: Class, gender and power in the modern household, Fraad, Harriet; Resnick, Stephen A.; Wolff, Richard D., New Directions/Rethinking Marxism series. London: Pluto Press; distributed by Westview Press, Boulder, 1994, pages xvi, 172. Abstract

Boys' Games and Human Work: On Gender Relations as Relations of Production, Haug, Frigga, Rethinking Marxism; 6(3), Fall 1993

How Does She Know? Feminist Theories of Gender Bias in Economics, Folbre, Nancy R., History of Political Economy; 25(1), Spring 1993, pages 167-84. Abstract

Social division, Carling, Alan H., London and New York: New Left Books, Verso, 1991, pages xi, 442. Abstract

The End of Socialism in Europe: A New Challenge For Socialist Feminism?, Haug, Frigga, Feminist Review; 39, Winter 1991, pages 37-48 Abstract

Ideological Conceptions of the Basis for the Sexual Division of Labor: Two Economic Determinist Views, Marx and Engels' and Becker's Undermine Sound Social Policy, Emami, Zohreh, American Journal of Economics and Sociology; 49(2), April 1990, pages 211-21. Abstract

Domestic and Wage Labour: Women's Class Relations in Interwar Britian, Glucksmann, Miriam A., Rethinking Marxism; 3(1), Spring 1990

The Intersection of Race, Gender, Class in the United States Today, Ferguson, Ann, Rethinking Marxism; 3(3-4), Fall-Winter 1990

Surplus Labor, the Household, and Gender Oppression, Matthaei, Julie, Rethinking Marxism; 2(4), Winter 1989

Rejecting "Precise" Marxism for Feminism, Eisenstein, Zillah, Rethinking Marxism; 2(4), Winter 1989

Redefining Revolution: Women and Socialism, O'Brien, Mary, O'Brien, Mary, ed., Reproducing the World: Essays in Feminist Theory, (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1989), pages 61-70 Abstract

For Every Knight in Shining Armor, There's a Castle Waiting to be Cleaned: A Marxist-Feminist Analys, Fraad, Harriet; Resnick, Stephen A.; Wolff, Richard D., Rethinking Marxism; 2(4), 1989, pages 10-69

Women's oppression today: The Marxist/Feminist encounter, Barrett, Michele, Revised edition, London: New Left Books, Verso; distributed in the U.S. by Routledge, New York, 1988, pages xxxiv, 269. Abstract

Feminism, Socialism, and Nationalism in Eastern Europe, Meyer, Alferd G., Sharon L. Wolchik, and Alred G. Meyer, eds., Women, State, and Party in Eastern Europe, (Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 1985), pages 13-30. Abstract

Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State: An Agenda for Theory, Mackinnon, Catherine A., Signs, 7(3), Spring 1982, pages 515-545 Abstract

Women and Modernization Theory: A Decade of Feminist Criticism, Jaquette, Jane S., World Politics, 34(2), 1982, pages 267-284. Abstract

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