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MAIDS AND MADAMS. by  Jacklyn Cock - Paperback - from Fables Bookshop and Biblio.com

MAIDS AND MADAMS.: A Study In The Politics Of Exploitation

by Cock, Jacklyn

Condition: Owners signature ffep. Inside only of front wrap rippled, a manufacturing fault not visible externally. overall G-VG, sound and


Ravan 1984.. Owners signature ffep. Inside only of front wrap rippled, a manufacturing fault not visible externally. overall G-VG, sound and clean.. Stiff card wraps. 410pp 8vo. In South Africa more black women work in domestic service than in almost any other occupational category. Interviewed by a black Xhosa-speaking woman, herself a domestic worker, this explores what lies beneath the sullen or calm exterior seen by their employers. Research was conducted mainly in the Eastern Cape Province.
  • Bookseller: Fables Bookshop ZA (ZA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 24256
  • Title: MAIDS AND MADAMS.
  • Author: Cock, Jacklyn
  • Book condition: Used - Owners signature ffep. Inside only of front wrap rippled, a manufacturing fault not visible externally. overall G-VG, sound and
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Ravan 1984.
  • Keywords: social anthropology sociology domestic work maids south southern africa african eastern cape xhosa

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