Gender on Planet Earth book. In "Gender on Planet Earth, " Oakley argues that the persistence of traditional gender values prevents people from leading more ethical and humane lives.
Gender on Planet Earth has been added to your Cart. British sociologist Oakley admits her book will satisfy only some of the people some of the time. Yet there are bound to be some who it will not satisfy at all, as her passionate commitment to make the future "a better time for both the planet and for us" is undermined by this scattershot compendium. A pioneer theorist of gender studies, particularly women's work, Oakley wants readers to see "the relationships between many of the world's current social problems, on the one hand, and ideas and practices relating to femininity and masculinity, on the other
By showing us how every aspect of our lives is dominated by male/female power structures, she forces us to take a step back and see how and why gender inequality has thrown our society out of balance.
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The Ann Oakley Reader, 2005, p119. is termed "postnatal depression". Go to top. The family. Gender on Planet Earth, 2002, p100. seem like bragging or nagging when housework doesn't really exist as work.
The author of over 30 books including The Sociology of Housework, From Here to Maternity and Gender on Planet Earth, Ann Oakley uses her own personal experience to reflect on something that affects us all: what it’s like to live in an imperfect body. Fracture: Adventures of a Broken Body by Ann Oakley is published by The Policy Press. Recent items about Books.
Ann Oakley (1972) was one of the first sociologists to extend ideas about socialization to try to understand how gender is learned and how femininity and masculinity are socially constructed. Oakley started using the term gender in the early 1970s to distinguish biological sex from gender.
The main extracts in this section come from my first book,Sex, gender and society(1972), and from an update of this material published as a women’s studies textbook,Subject women(1981). These arose from my own naive inquiries during the course of a PhD on housework (see Part 2) as to why women appeared to do the bulk of the world’s work, unpaid, unrewarded and largely unrecognised.