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Classic texts

Parr, Joy.  Domestic Goods: The material, the moral and the economic in the postwar years. University of Toronto Press, 1999.

Waring, Marilyn. Counting for Nothing: What men value and what women are worth. University of Toronto Press, 1999. (This is the second, revised, edition of her 1988 work If Women Counted: A new feminist economics.)

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Anderson, Robert & Tina Fetner. “Economic Inequality and Intolerance: Attitudes Towards Homosexuality in 35 Democracies.” American Journal of Political Science, 52, 4 (2008) p. 942-958.

Carroll, William K. “Which women are more proletarianized? Gender, class and occupation in Canada.” Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology, 24, 4 (November 1987) p. 571-586.

Giles, Wenona. “The Gender Relations of Nationalism, Remittance, and Return Among Portuguese Immigrant Women in Canada: An era of transformation – the 1960s-80s.” Portuguese Studies Review, 11, 2 (August 2003) 25-40.

Kinsman, Gary. ““Character Weaknesses” and “Fruit Machines”: Towards an Analysis of the The Anti-Homosexual Security Campaign in the Canadian Civil Service.” Labour/Le Travail, 35 (Spring 1995) p.133-61.

Johnston, Ron, Michael Poulsen & James Forrest. “The Geography of Ethnic Residential Segregation: A Comparative Study of Five Countries.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 97, 4 (December 2007) p. 713-738.

Mahony, Tina Hotton. “Women and the Criminal Justice System.” Statistics Canada.           http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-503-x/2010001/article/11416-eng.htm

Sangster, Joan. Transforming Labour: Women and Work in Post-war Canada. University of Toronto Press, 2010.

Smith, Miriam. “Political Activism, Litigation and Public Policy: The Charter Revolution and Lesbian and Gay Rights in Canada, 1985-99. International Journal of Canadian Studies, 21, (Spring 2000) 81-109.

Willms, Marika. “Droit Canadien de l’immigration et partenaires de meme sexe.” Themes Canadiens, (Mars 2005) p.18-21.

Worts, Diana. “”It Just Doesn’t Feel Like You’re Obviously In”: Housing Policy, Family Privacy, and the Reproduction of Social Inequality” Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology, 42, 4 (2005) p.445-65.

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