Re-Drawing Boundaries

 expand sectionIntroduction

 collapse section1. Perspectives on Work
 expand section1. Work and Household in Chinese Culture
 expand section2. Re-Drawing the Boundaries of Work
 expand section3. What Is Work?
 expand section4. The Changing Meanings  of Work in China

 collapse section2. Recent Trends in Gender and Inequality
 expand section5. Local Meanings of Gender and Work  in Rural Shaanxi in the 1950s
 expand section6. Iron Girls Revisited
 expand section7. Wage and Job Inequalities  in the Working Lives of Men  and Women in Tianjin
 expand section8. Gender Differentials  in Economic Success
 expand section9. The Perils of Assessing Trends  in Gender Inequality in China

 collapse section3. Gender and Migration
 expand section10. The Interplay of Gender, Space, and  Work in China's Floating Population
 expand section11. Interconnections among Gender,  Work, and Migration
 expand section12. Migration, Gender, and Labor Force  in Hubei Province, 1985–1990
 expand section13. Gendered Migration and the Migration  of Genders in Contemporary China

 collapse section4. Households and Work
 expand section14. Reconfiguring Shanghai Households
 expand section15. Household Economies  in Transitional Times
 expand section16. Understanding the Social Inequality  System and Family and Household  Dynamics in China

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