Read the following chapters from Global Women: Nannies, Maids and Sex-workers in

Read the following chapters from Global Women: Nannies, Maids and Sex-workers in the New Economy, and answer the TWO discussion questions below:
“Introduction” by Barbara Ehrenreich and Arlie Hoschschild, pp. 1-15.
“Love and Gold” by Arlie Russel Hoschchild, pp. 16-31.
Each answer must be 150 words.
Discussion Questions:
“Josephine’s story of is also one of wrenching global inequality. While Isodara enjoys the attention of three adults, Josephine’s three children in Sri Lanka have been far less lucky. . . She has lived apart from her children for 10 years. . . Unlike her affluent First World employers, she cannot both live with her family and support it” (2). What do you think of this situation where women from an economically depressed country have to transfer or even “sell” their labor power (emotional and physical) in service to others?
According to Ehrenreich and Roschchild, there is a massive migration of women from the global south to the global north to work as nannies, maids and sex workers. In other words, these women have taken up the “women’s work” not picked up by the male partners of women who have joined the “male world” of careers. This in turn forces the female relatives of these migrant women to replace the care-work that the mother is unable to provide. What factors are at work here in constructing the gendered division of labor in local and global spaces? Does class aid in constructing gender as well?

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