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By Waring, Marilyn
This is an autobiographical account of Marilyn Waring's extraordinary years in parliament. She tells the story of her journey from being elected as a new National Party MP in a conservative rural seat to being publicly decried by the Prime Minister for her `feminist anti-nuclear ...
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By Waring, Marilyn; Carr, Robert; Mukherjee, Anit; Shivdas, Meena
At the centre of the HIV/AIDS response are the 12 million people who need care and treatment. Yet their carers are often invisible to the system that relies on them. Focusing on the carer directs assistance where it is most effective and most needed, will respect human rights, an ...
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By Waring, Marilyn; Kearins, Kate
Whether you're toiling through the depths of thesis research, about to embark on further study or supervising others on the journey, these 23 stories will entertain and inspire. At times humorous, poignant and uplifting, there's plenty to learn from the struggles and success of t ...
Marilyn Waring probes the world behind the mask in the three essays presented in this volume. The topics examined are: the masks that women who are elected to parliamentary office are forced to wear; economics and the concept of work; and human rights.
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Today, many people hope that the shift to a wellbeing approach - moving beyond narrow economic indicators when assessing New Zealand's progress - will mean women's work is finally valued fairly. But what does Marilyn Waring make of it? This short book provides an essential assess ...
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By Waring, Marilyn; Introduction by Steinem, Gloria
This classic feminist analysis of women's place in the world economy has been brought up to date with a sizeable new introduction. Waring argues that monetary value needs to be attributed to unpaid work -- productive and reproductive -- in order to make this work visible, influen ...
Waring probes the 'world behind the mask' in three essays on women in politics, economics and work, and human rights.
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