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by Margaret Randall

Download The Price You Pay: The Hidden Cost of Women's Relationship to Money ePub
  • ISBN 0415912040
  • ISBN13 978-0415912044
  • Language English
  • Author Margaret Randall
  • Publisher Routledge (March 14, 1996)
  • Pages 224
  • Formats lit mobi docx mbr
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1216 kb
  • Size Fb2 1486 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
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In The Price We Pay, Margaret Randall interviews women from a wide range of economic, racial, and cultural backgrounds to reveal the role money plays in their lives. These women speak of their changing expectations and attitudes regarding money. Daughters of immigrants remember what money meant in the transition between worlds. They disclose the feelings that they have of stigma or shame at not having enough, guilt at having too much, and the lies, secrets and silences caused by these feelings. These personal stories are woven into a history of women's economics and chapters on family, work, the media, power and control, and lesbian economics.

In The Price We Pay, Margaret Randall interviews women from a wide range of economic, racial, and cultural backgrounds to reveal the role money plays in their lives. These women speak of their changing expectations and attitudes regarding money.

In The Price We Pay, Margaret Randall interviews women from a wide range of economic, racial, and cultural backgrounds to reveal the role money plays in their lives. Daughters of immigrants remember what money meant in the transition between worlds. They disclose the feelings that they have In The Price We Pay, Margaret Randall interviews women from a wide range of economic, racial, and cultural backgrounds to reveal the role money plays in their lives.

In The Price We Pay, Margaret Randall interviews women from a wide range of ecomic, racial, and cultural backgrounds to reveal the role money plays in their lives. They disclose the feelings that they have of stigma or shame at t having eugh, guilt at having too much, and the lies, secrets and silences caused by these feelings. These personal stories are woven into a history of women's ecomics and chapters on family, work, the.

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In The Price We Pay, Margaret Randall interviews women from a wide range of economic, racial, and cultural backgrounds to reveal the role money plays in their lives.

Randall, a writer, photographer, and political activist, gambles big by attempting to tackle such an inherently complex . Although Randall opens the door to understanding the significant relationships women have with money, she fails to cross the threshold into serious analysis.

Randall, a writer, photographer, and political activist, gambles big by attempting to tackle such an inherently complex topic as money. She distributed over 800 questionnaires but saw a return rate of only 11 percent, and she offers no explanation of the study's inclusion criteria. And her tendencies toward essentialism and generalities about women obscure any potential findings. The country you have selected will result in the following: Product pricing will be adjusted to match the corresponding currency.

These women speak of their changing expectations and attitudes regarding money

These women speak of their changing expectations and attitudes regarding money. They disclose the feelings that they have of stigma or shame at not having enough, guilt at having too much, and the lies, secrets and silences caused by these feelings.

Among her best-known books are Cuban Women Now, Sandino’s Daughters, Sandino’s Daughters Revisited, and When I Look into the Mirror . The Price You Pay: The Hidden Cost of Women's Relationship to Money. ISBN 978-0-415-91204-4.

Among her best-known books are Cuban Women Now, Sandino’s Daughters, Sandino’s Daughters Revisited, and When I Look into the Mirror and see You: Women, Terror and Resistance (all oral history with essay). Recent books include Che On My Mind (essay), The Rhizome as a Field of Broken Bones (poetry), and Haydée Santamaría, Cuban Revolutionary: She Led by Transgression (essays),.

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In The Price You Pay: The Hidden Cost of Women's Relationship to Money, Margaret Randall writes . To answer these questions, Randall interviewed hundreds of women from every walk of life.

In The Price You Pay: The Hidden Cost of Women's Relationship to Money, Margaret Randall writes: It is much easier, in today's United States and across class and cultural lines, to talk about sex, religion, or politics, than it is to truthfully tell one another how much we earn, need, spend, save, have-about how certain monetary customs hurt us, about the shame we were made to feel as children if we 'cost too much. The result is an immensely readable, brilliant work of social analysis that will make you weep (and sometimes laugh) with recognition.