Counting for Nothing

Counting for Nothing

What Men Value & What Women Are Worth

Book - 1988
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Women's work fuels the economies of every country of the world. Yet no value is placed on this labour. Marilyn Waring analyses economics from a feminist perspective and explores the implications of discounting the work of half the world's population. One again she challenges the assumptions on which power rests.
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Allen & Unwin : Port Nicholson Press, c1988.
Branch Call Number: 305.43 WAR
Characteristics: xvii, 290 p. ;,22 cm.
Custom Field2: Includes bibliographical references (pages 280-290) and index.

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Women give former MP hope

The leadership of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and other women leaders gives a former MP hope for the future. Marilyn Waring, feminist, academic and former Waipa MP, spoke at The Piano in central Christchurch on August 31 as part of WORD Christchurch's Shifting Points of View. Waring has recently published The Political Years, a book which details each year of her parliamentary… (more)

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Marilyn Waring is probably most famous as the young MP who stood up to autocratic Prime Minister Sir Robert Muldoon in 1984. The then Waipa National MP vowed to cross the floor to support anti-nuclear legislation and Sir Robert responded by calling a snap election. National lost that election to the Labour Party, led by David Lange. Marilyn details the pressure Muldoon put her under before… (more)


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