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Independence

Independence versus Connectivity

The division of labor is the fundamental principle our society is built upon today. It is the origin of welfare and the reason why capitalism succeeded over socialism. 298 more words

Sociology

The Invisible Workload That Drags Women Down

By Lisa Wade

“I am the person,” wrote Ellen Seidman, a wife and mother of three, “who notices we are running out of toilet paper.” 1,050 more words

Work & Family

The Three Muscats: Immigrant Poverty and Animal Welfare in Oman

I’m in Muscat, Oman, for a month. I’ve been here for a week and a half and it’s been an interesting experience.

My impression thus far is that there are two Muscats. 996 more words

Oman

"I never worry about diets. The only carrots that interest me are the number you get in a diamond."*...

From James Vaughan, via From Deco to Atom

* Mae West

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As we peel ’em, we might spare a thought for Josiah Wedgwood; he died on this date in 1795.   64 more words

Who Does the Housework?: Marriage Issues

Written by Theresa Corbin

Traditionally, in most parts of the world, men left the home and worked for a few hours a day and earned money, while women worked 24 hours a day cooking, cleaning, and child-rearing for free.  806 more words

Stuff By Theresa Corbin

Summing up: the year of irrationality

Brandon says I’ve got one last chance to write his favorite post of the year. But it’s the end of a long semester and I’m brain dead, so I’m just going to free ride on his idea: a year end review.  875 more words

Current Events

Society & Us: New International Division of Labor

The concept refers to the fact that the spread of markets and production processes worldwide has created a growing differentiation of economic activity resulting in the specialization of particular countries in distinct branches of production, whether this be in certain products, or in selected parts of the production process. 270 more words

Learning