Last edited by Gagore
Wednesday, April 22, 2020 | History

9 edition of Wifework found in the catalog.

Wifework

what marriage really means for women

by Susan Maushart

  • 5 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Bloomsbury in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wives,
  • Marriage,
  • Divorce

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSusan Maushart.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ759 .M3944 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination278 p. ;
    Number of Pages278
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3954026M
    ISBN 101582342024
    LC Control Number2001052662


Share this book
You might also like
Intimate Voices

Intimate Voices

Bibliography on the production of steel wire

Bibliography on the production of steel wire

Race and criminal justice

Race and criminal justice

Industrial revolution

Industrial revolution

Proceedings of Indo-US Workshop on Viruses and Human Cancers, December 9-12, 1986, Amala Cancer Research Centre, Trichur, India

Proceedings of Indo-US Workshop on Viruses and Human Cancers, December 9-12, 1986, Amala Cancer Research Centre, Trichur, India

Assassination at Sarajevo

Assassination at Sarajevo

Basic supervision

Basic supervision

The last Welsh summer

The last Welsh summer

Fundamentals of quantum mechanics

Fundamentals of quantum mechanics

Global city-regions

Global city-regions

Making it in 19th-century urban America

Making it in 19th-century urban America

African merchants in the colonial period

African merchants in the colonial period

Electrical breakdown in gases

Electrical breakdown in gases

Afghanistan

Afghanistan

GOLD-ZACK AG

GOLD-ZACK AG

Pre-school child malnutrition

Pre-school child malnutrition

Haverhill health centre

Haverhill health centre

Wifework by Susan Maushart Download PDF EPUB FB2

Wifework book. Read 38 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Wifework is a fiercely argued, in-depth look at the inequitable division o /5. After 30 years of marriage, I've decided that men and women don't view wifehood the same. In fact, they're entirely different perspectives altogether, and if any book can enlighten women to this fact - and men - way before they marry, both will be able to choose partners who may be able to live up to their unique expectations of what they each by: Buy Wifework New edition by Maushart, Susan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(6). The perfect couple. argues Susan Maushart in this extract from her controversial new book. All you have to do is take men out of the picture 'Wifework' is a shorthand for what I think of.

Wifework is a fiercely argued, in-depth look at the inequitable division of labor between husbands and wives. Bolstering her own personal experience as a twice-married mother of three with substantial research and broad statistical evidence, Susan Maushart explores the theoretical and evolutionary reasons behind marriage inequality/5(5).

Wifework is an enlightening book that encourages its readers to reassess marriage and what it should entail in today's society. Provocative and inspirational, it's a compelling read.

” — IRISH NEWS). Husbands and wives may say they are committed to equality, and indeed, many believe that they live that way.

Yet, whether they are employed or not, wives still perform an astounding share of the physical, emotional, and organizational labor in marriage-everything from housework to 'sex work'. 'Wifework' is shorthand for this relentless routine of husband maintenance, and it's the reason that a.

Wifework examines with devastating honesty how hard women will work to keep a marriage running, and looks fearlessly at the cost for children when they decide to stop. This book is lucid, funny and provocative/5(2).

Wifework: What marriage really means for women - Kindle edition by Maushart, Susan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Wifework: What marriage really means for women/5(11).

Wifework is a fiercely argued, in-depth look at the inequitable division of labor between husbands and wives. Bolstering her own personal experience as a twice-married mother of three with substantial research and broad statistical evidence, Susan Maushart explores the theoretical and evolutionary reasons behind marriage inequality.

She forces us to consider why 50 per cent of. Wifework is a fiercely argued, in-depth look at the inequitable division of labor between husbands and wives. Bolstering her own personal experience as a twice-married mother of three with substantial research and broad statistical evidence, Wifework book Maushart explores the theoretical and evolutionary reasons behind marriage : Bloomsbury Publishing.

WifeWork. likes 7 talking about this. WifeWork is about doing the work. It's spiritually centered and focused on allowing the experience of being a wife to grow us into our best ers: Wifework, "the care and maintenance of men's bodies, minds and egos" is a one-way street, says Maushart, something wives do for husbands at great cost to their mental and physical health, with.

Wifework is a fiercely argued, in-depth look at the inequitable division of labor between husbands and wives. Bolstering her own personal experience as a twice-married mother of three with substantial research and broad statistical evidence, Susan Maushart explores the theoretical and evolutionary reasons behind marriage inequality.

You can download Wifework: What Marriage Really Means for Women in pdf format. Wifework: What marriage really means for women - Ebook written by Susan Maushart. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Wifework: What marriage really means for women/5(4).

If family life is worth saving, wifework will have to go. And that means rewriting the job description to make marriage more equitable, less exhausting and more fun for women.

In this compulsively readable book, Susan Maushart documents the wifework dilemma and explores its consequences for all the stakeholders: men, women and children alike/5().

A while ago, I lent someone my copy of Susan Maushart’s book Wifework, which discusses the range of activities, typically labelled ‘economically unactive’ but necessary to running a household, that tend to be carried out more by women than by rt’s book isn’t perfect, but its strength is her persuasive argument that there’s an awful lot of work that we don’t define as.

Wifework is a fiercely argued, in-depth look at the inequitable division of labor between husbands and wives. Bolstering her own personal experience as a twice-married mother of three with substantial research and broad statistical evidence, Susan Maushart explores the theoretical and evolutionary reasons behind marriage : Bloomsbury Publishing.

Wifework examines with devastating honesty how hard women will work to keep a marriage running, and looks fearlessly at the cost for children when they decide to stop.

This book is lucid, funny and provocative. Every woman will recognise its compelling message-and every married man will have to. item 3 Wifework by Maushart, Susan Paperback Book The Fast Free Shipping - Wifework by Maushart, Susan Paperback Book The Fast Free Shipping.

$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Fiction & Literature. See all. In this compulsively readable book, Susan Maushart documents the wifework dilemma and explores its consequences for all the stakeholders, men, women and children alike.\" --Publisher\'s description.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema:description\/a> \" Wifework: the job description -- Of marriage, metamorphosis and rotten eggs -- Meet.

Wifework examines with devastating honesty how hard women will work to keep a marriage running, and looks fearlessly at the cost for children when they decide to stop.

This book is lucid, funny and provocative. Every woman will recognise its compelling message—and every married man will have to. If family life is worth saving, wifework will have to go.

And that means rewriting the job description to make marriage more equitable, less exhausting and more fun for women. In this compulsively readable book, Susan Maushart documents the wifework dilemma and explores its consequences for all the stakeholders: men, women and children Edition: New Edition.

Book: All Authors / Contributors: Susan Maushart. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Wifework: the job description --Of marriage, metamorphosis and rotten eggs.

Wifework - Susan Maushart. DOWNLOAD HERE. Wifework is a fiercely argued, in-depth look at the inequitable division of labor between husbands and wives. Susan Maushart (born ) is an American author, journalist and feminist.

She lived in Perth, Western Australia, for over 20 years and now lives in New York City. Maushart's journalistic career in Australia varied between working for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and regular columns in the Weekend Australian.

Maushart is also known for her ABC Radio series, ity control: LCCN: n. Susan Maushart shut off the electricity, removed computer and television screens from the house, stored the video games, hid the mobile devices of her three teenaged children, and reluctantly stashed her beloved iPhone for six months.

She purposefully silenced all electronics, not because her children had done anything wrong, nor because she was a bored year-old single mother. Define workbook. workbook synonyms, workbook pronunciation, workbook translation, English dictionary definition of workbook.

A booklet containing problems and exercises with space included for written answers. workbook - a student's book or booklet containing problems with spaces for solving them. book - a written work or composition. Just ordered Wifework, but I know DH won't read it.

I don't want to baby him, so garlics list and the use of 'oh' is extremely helpful. DH does a lot around the house, and helps with the DC. Workbook definition is - a worker's manual.

Recent Examples on the Web Its website also has a student workbook available for download. — Theresa Machemer, Smithsonian Magazine, "Why the Anne Frank House Is Reimagining the Young Diarist as a Vlogger," 24 Apr. This is a monthly, 6 1/2-hour meeting with a workbook included, to enumerate and outline what to do, who to contact over a wide.

Susan Maushart's new book, "Wifework: What Marriage Really Means for Women," charges that the institution of marriage has failed women. Trained as a sociologist, Maushart assembles an overwhelming amount of data documenting how marriage has perpetuated inequities between husband and wife.

If family life is worth saving, wifework will have to go. And that means rewriting the job description to make marriage more equitable, less exhausting and more fun for women. In this compulsively readable book, Susan Maushart documents the wifework dilemma and explores its consequences for all the stakeholders: men, women and children alike.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Books Advanced Search Amazon Charts Best Sellers & more Top New Releases Deals in Books School Books Textbooks Books Outlet Children's Books Calendars & Diaries Advanced.

This innovative book examines changes in family practices and paid work in the 21st century. Focusing on highly qualified mothers who combine childcare with employment, it makes a valuable contribution to current debates.

It also takes into account the views of fathers, making it a rounded study of family practice in the new millennium. Wifework is an enlightening book that encourages its readers to reassess marriage and what it should entail in today's society. Provocative and inspirational, it's a compelling read.

- WHEN SHE. A feminist’s witty and wide-ranging meditation, first published in Australia inon what makes women happy in the post-feminist era. Maushart (Wifework,etc.), a columnist for Australia Magazine and a researcher at Curtin University, Perth, draws on a broad range of sources and her own personal experiences as wife, ex-wife and single mother of three in this exploration of women.

"This year's Gone Girl."—Harlan Coben A Boston Globe Best Book of | A Sun-Sentinel Best Mystery Book of | A Crime Reads Best Novel of His Scandal Her Secret. From New York Times bestselling author Alafair Burke, a stunning domestic thriller in the vein of Behind Closed Doors and The Woman in Cabin 10—in which a woman must make the impossible choice between.

This Riot Recommendation is sponsored by Feminist Icon Cross-Stitch by Anna Fleiss and Lauren Mancuso. FEMINIST ICON CROSS-STITCH puts a new spin on smashing the patriarchy. Featuring inspiring bios and embroidery patterns of empowering sayings and trailblazing women—like Gloria Steinem, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Beyoncé—this book is a celebration of everyone’s.

wifework - isn’t that incredibly sexist. @Iamnotagoddess - it’s the title of a book by Susan Maushart. Read it. It’s incredible. All about the role of women and how we tend to take on roles for our partners, eg household admin, Xmas shopping eye-opening.

The book, based on their affair, is a hit, launching his career. Having lost touch with his child from his first wife, Joe has been a less than involved father to the three he’s had with Joan: two daughters, one whose gayness seems completely gratuitous, and an emotionally troubled son who threatened his father one night (the vague, pulled.

Editorial Reviews. Whatever your personal beliefs, this book is a perfect way to explore and discuss your own relationship with the spiritual.” —Redbook “God Stories arrives at a perfect time. With each of us struggling to find our personal missions and how to manage the madness of everyday life, this book reminds us that clues, signs, and moments can be found everyday showing us that Brand: Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale.