- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Tables
- About the Author
- Series Editors’ Preface
1Conceptualising Paid Domestic Work
2Behind the Words: Introducing the Research Project and Respondents
3Nuances in the Politics of Demand for Outsourced Housecleaning
4The Imperfect Contours of Outsourced Domestic Cleaning as Dirty Work
5Domestic Cleaning: Work or Labour
6Meanings of Domestic Cleaning as Work and Labour
7The Occupational Relations of Domestic Cleaning as Work and Labour
8Concluding the Book, Continuing the Journey
Appendix B:Selection of webpages consulted on Mumsnet and Netmums
The Social Contexts of Outsourcing Housework
- Work, Labour and Cleaning
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