The Human Geography of Nannying in Canada
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This paper discusses the human geography of nannying as topic of feminist and human geography referring to race, class and the locations of women in society. The paper argues that the expression of nannying is not the condition of oppression in Canada some materials would assert that it is. The paper looks at the informal testimony of three former nannies and offers critical comments on assumptions made by middle class scholars on the failing of social science addressing 'lesser' occupations.
From the Paper:'Paid domestic child-caring has become a convention in urban Canada, a virtual industry that has been instigated by parents able to afford help of the kind. This paper is an attempt to explain the phenomenon according to Human Geography as compared to more usual sociological approaches as seems to produce more varied factors. Matters of gender are automatically the concern of human geography in the study of local, social and greater economic locations, in addition to studies of world systems. One finds that the subject of nannies, very often from beyond Canada as contract..."
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