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Putting the gender back in digital housekeeping

Jennifer A. Rode, Erika Shehan Poole
2018 Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Gender & IT - GenderIT '18  
Using feminist theory as an analytic lens, we examine how gender identity work is a determining factor of whether and how people engage with digital technologies in their homes.  ...  Prior work examining technology usage and maintenance practices in homes describes division of labor in terms of technical expertise.  ...  We are especially indebted to the many, many reviewers of various drafts of this paper who contributed significantly to its refinement.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3196839.3196845 dblp:conf/genderit/RodeP18 fatcat:ia6zhmtovjbprnbdabucbuqbe4

Digi-Housekeeping: The Invisible Work of Flexibility

Rebecca Whiting, Gillian Symon
2020 Work, Employment and Society  
Labelled 'digi-housekeeping', this is work that is required to maintain the digital tools that enable flexible working, and incorporates the tasks of clearing, sorting, preparing, provisioning and troubleshooting  ...  Through the sociocultural processes of responsibilization, personalization and work extension, interpreted here as emblematic of wider neoliberal contemporary work arrangements, digi-housekeeping is devalued  ...  Acknowledgements An earlier version of this article was presented at the WORK2015 Conference in August 2015 in Turku, Finland and we thank all who attended the session for their useful feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0950017020916192 fatcat:cbor6glbbbftdk32q2dh7jeklq

Back Talk — Speaking of Bathrooms?

Jim O'Donnell
2021 Against the Grain  
If you look back over the last couple of paragraphs, you'll see that I'm not specifying which gender I might be talking about.  ...  Back Talk -Speaking of Bathrooms?  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.8423 fatcat:e3wqiy2ix5h57gks6nfqx5dk4m

The roles that make the domestic work

Jennifer A. Rode
2010 Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '10  
It classifies three primary approaches to computer security in the home, and discusses how technical skill, household structure and gender relate to the approach selected, and discuss the transitory nature  ...  It explores how the roles and responsibilities are allocated within a household to support these domestic routines.  ...  I would also like to thank Kia Höök and Jofish Kaye for their comments on this paper, as well as Genevieve Bell, Alladi Venkatesh, and Charlotte Lee for their roles in advising me on my dissertation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1718918.1718984 dblp:conf/cscw/Rode10 fatcat:auhv7xzbuje6pnpkjgdnqv36ty

The death of MyMouseHouse: lessons for systems for the efficient management of mouse colonies

P. S. Knoepfler, K. M. Bush
2010 Disease Models & Mechanisms  
The cage displays the ear number, age (in weeks) and gender of its occupants, and double clicking on any individual allows the user to view the mouse's 'record' , including genotype, birth date, and the  ...  Currently available animal housekeeping programs There are other animal housekeeping management software programs available. The best-known free application is Jackson Labs' JAX-CMS.  ... 
doi:10.1242/dmm.004770 pmid:20075375 fatcat:z5ni353lkfagzmdko2o3yrt6xm

"I'm Here, but I'm There"The Meanings of Latina Transnational Motherhood [chapter]

Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, Ernestine Avila
2003 Gender and U.S. ImmigrationContemporary Trends  
In the United States, there is a long legacy of Caribbean women and African American women from the South, leaving their children "back home" to seek work in the North.  ...  Latina immigrant women who work as nannies or housekeepers and reside in Los Angeles while their children remain in their countries of origin constitute one variation in the organizational arrangements  ...  As Evelyn Nakano Glenn puts it, "Mothering is not just gendered, but also racialized" (1994, 7) and differentiated by class.  ... 
doi:10.1525/california/9780520225619.003.0015 fatcat:ijywkz6bpvebxkfi4tyg37uarq

"I'M HERE, BUT I'M THERE"

PIERRETTE HONDAGNEU-SOTELO, ERNESTINE AVILA
1997 Gender & Society  
In the United States, there is a long legacy of Caribbean women and African American women from the South, leaving their children "back home" to seek work in the North.  ...  Latina immigrant women who work as nannies or housekeepers and reside in Los Angeles while their children remain in their countries of origin constitute one variation in the organizational arrangements  ...  As Evelyn Nakano Glenn puts it, "Mothering is not just gendered, but also racialized" (1994, 7) and differentiated by class.  ... 
doi:10.1177/089124397011005003 fatcat:gg5tlk3corhe5hdckcqzzdcb6i

Young Feminist Men Finding their Way

Robin Ekelund
2021 Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research  
of so-called gender vertigo or gender limbo.  ...  These reorientations position the interviewees in the background of their feminist settings, where they carry out what I call political housekeeping and men-feminism.  ...  Erik put the opportunity to do political housekeeping in relation to what has been labelled as "the pedestal effect" in previous research by declaring that it is too easy to get "very positive" feedback  ... 
doi:10.3384/cu.v12i3.3241 fatcat:mveya3kpebbablmjxbf5g7oap4

Is Traditional Gender Ideology Associated with Sex-Typed Mate Preferences? A Test in Nine Nations

Paul W. Eastwick, Alice H. Eagly, Peter Glick, Mary C. Johannesen-Schmidt, Susan T. Fiske, Ashley M. B. Blum, Thomas Eckes, Patricia Freiburger, Li-li Huang, Maria Lameiras Fernández, Anna Maria Manganelli, Jolynn C. X. Pek (+4 others)
2006 Sex Roles  
Social role theory (Eagly, Wood, & Diekman, 2000) predicts that traditional gender ideology is associated with preferences for qualities in a mate that reflect a conventional homemaker-provider division  ...  Results from a nine-nation sample revealed that, to the extent that participants had a traditional gender ideology, they exhibited greater sex-typing of mate preferences.  ...  Acknowledgement The research was supported in part by a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship awarded to Paul Eastwick  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11199-006-9027-x fatcat:jnaiqnk3p5cfnf4fhknctc5twq

Mrs Hinch, the rise of the cleanfluencer and the neoliberal refashioning of housework: Scouring away the crisis?

Emma Casey, Jo Littler
2021 Sociological Review  
First, we locate Mrs Hinch in relation to longer classed, gendered and racialized histories of domestic labour and the figure of the 'housewife', and the re-writing of domestic narratives to find new ways  ...  Second, we analyse the contradictions of cleanfluencing as a form of 'digital identity labour' representing offline housework, which in this case is precarious and classed.  ...  Acknowledgements Many thanks to the three anonymous referees for their helpful comments, to the participants and organizers of the Department of Sociology research seminar at the University of Warwick  ... 
doi:10.1177/00380261211059591 fatcat:3fdvmh5cinad3b67evortrhskq

IMPACT OF COVID-19 AMONG THE INDIAN CLASSICAL ARTISTS - AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

Bhavani Udayakumar, Subbulakshmi S
2022 ShodhKosh Journal of Visual and Performing Arts  
Covid-19 is an ongoing pandemic worldwide that started in the year 2019 from the city of Wuhan China.  ...  The study also shows that the digitalization of the Art form has been well accepted and adapted, leading to the opening of new boundaries to the traditional art forms of India.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author appreciates all the participants who contributed to the research study and helped with the study process.  ... 
doi:10.29121/shodhkosh.v3.i1.2022.100 fatcat:bc75qko2rffvhjae7ze6mmqn7y

Conversing with Personal Digital Assistants: on Gender and Artificial Intelligence

Pedro Carvalho Ferreira da Costa
2018 Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts  
It then approaches the concept of gender in light of a binary framework, focusing on femininity.  ...  This paper aims to explore the relationship between gender and artificial intelligence, seeking to understand how and why chatbots and digital assistants appear to be mostly female.  ...  As Butler puts it, gender "is neither the causal result of sex nor as seemingly fixed as sex" (1990, sec. II, par. 1).  ... 
doi:10.7559/citarj.v10i3.563 fatcat:sve3ad4zszemfoxveai5dxnwou

Nostalgia for enslavement relations in discourses about (but not from) housemaids

Juliana Cristina Teixeira, Alexandre de Pádua Carrieri, Eloisio Moulin de Souza
2020 Cadernos Pagu  
The speeches analyzed in this paper strengthen the gender inequalities concerning domestic labor and present classists and racists ideologies that disseminate the inferiority of the Black and the impoverished  ...  We have sought to understand from the speeches, what relationships these have with race, gender, and social class categories.  ...  digital market.  ... 
doi:10.1590/18094449202000580017 fatcat:korcsokco5c35ccap2vnnu4ybm

Length and weight growth trends for children less than two years old in Zanjan, Iran: Longitudinal modeling

Nasim Vahabi, Anoshirvan Kazemnejad, Ramazan Fallah
2016 Medical Journal of The Islamic Republic of Iran  
The aim of this study was to investigate the nonorganic factors affecting the growth trend in less than two years children living in Zanjan, Iran.  ...  Given the relatively high prevalence of growth failure among studied children less than two years old in rural areas of Zanjan, raising the awareness of parents in rural areas about feeding and nutritional  ...  Acknowledgment This paper is a part of the PhD thesis in Tarbiat Modares University.  ... 
pmid:27493918 pmcid:PMC4972070 fatcat:gzbzum3q25ad7mn4f4dmyk7uhe

Invisible Work: Gendered Examples from Three Finnish Call Centres

Tuija Koivunen
2016 British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science  
, especially in relation to gender.  ...  Conclusion: The analysis indicates that the invisible work tasks in call centres mostly follow the same gendered pattern as the formal work tasks.  ...  The distinction between the formal and the informal work of the employees goes back to the Hawthorne studies conducted at the Hawthorne plant in the US in the late 1920s and early 1930s.  ... 
doi:10.9734/bjesbs/2016/22086 fatcat:5to335hqnvgxhc7htbxaluoctm
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