Foreign Domestic Workers and the Domestic Sphere in Canada Article Review by Master Researcher

Foreign Domestic Workers and the Domestic Sphere in Canada
A review of an article by text by Arat-Koc on changes in Canadian society towards female participation in the workforce and the part foreign workers play.
# 34165 | 900 words | 1 source | 2002 | US


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This essay reviews a text by Arat-Koc that explains changes in Canadian society towards female participation in the workforce, (as well as inadequate arrangements for child care, and how this has produced reliance on foreign domestic employees in the homes of those who are able to afford them. Arat-Koc estimates that the demand for domestic workers, often from Third World countries, will increase, and without careful examination of the conditions under which these women work or scrutiny of the implications of the temporary work visas under which they are admitted to Canada. Foreign workers continue to fill the gaps in the Canadian domestic sphere although there is need for clarification of their safety, working in relative isolation as they do, within private homes, and the likelihood of exploitation.)

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APA Format

Foreign Domestic Workers and the Domestic Sphere in Canada (2003, September 21) Retrieved April 23, 2024, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/foreign-domestic-workers-and-the-domestic-sphere-in-canada-34165/

MLA Format

" Foreign Domestic Workers and the Domestic Sphere in Canada" 21 September 2003. Web. 23 April. 2024. <https://www.academon.com/article-review/foreign-domestic-workers-and-the-domestic-sphere-in-canada-34165/>

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