Preconceito social dentro da instituição de cuidado doméstico contratado: interações globais e migração

  • Zuzana Uhde Charles University
Palavras-chave: Cuidado. Cuidado doméstico contratado. Reconhecimento. Interações globais. Desigualdades sociais. Migração.

Resumo

O artigo apresenta uma análise crítica da instituição da cuidado doméstico contratado no contexto do capitalismo global. A autora começa por esboçar o contexto da sociedade moderna tardia nas regiões europeias e anglo-americanas em que as desigualdades globais e o aumento intensivo do capitalismo reforçam um modelo de mercado de cuidados e, consequentemente, também a instituição de cuidados domésticos contratados que cada vez mais envolve migrantes. Do ponto de vista da teoria crítica, ela analisa as possíveis variações das relações entre trabalhador doméstico e empregador dentro da instituição de cuidado doméstico contratado. E ela conclui que a instituição de cuidados domésticos contratados envolve necessariamente preconceito social que reproduz as desigualdades sociais, bem como a tradicional divisão do trabalho de gênero e a servidão institucionalizada.

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2016-12-31
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Uhde, Z. (2016). Preconceito social dentro da instituição de cuidado doméstico contratado: interações globais e migração. Civitas - Revista De Ciências Sociais, 16(4), 682-707. https://doi.org/10.15448/1984-7289.2016.4.23501