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A Conversation Between Dual and Triple System Theories and Social Reproduction Theory

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A Conversation Between Dual and Triple System Theories and Social Reproduction Theory

Abstract: This article attempts to understand if we can speak of a transition from Feminist Marxism to Feminist Materialism and Social Reproduction Theory, using a critical apparatus consisting of theorists such as Silvia Federici, Heidi Hartmann, as well as SRT feminists like Cinzia Arruzza, Tithi Bhattacharaya, Nancy Fraser, and Susan Ferguson. Starting from the proponents of the “Wages for Housework” campaign, I will make a short incursion into dual and triple system theory, to the unitary theory of Social Reproduction.

Keywords: Social Reproduction Theory, Feminist Materialism, Marxist Feminism, dual system theory, triple system theory

Citation suggestion: Stanislav, Cătălina. “A Conversation Between Dual and Triple System Theories and Social Reproduction Theory.” Transilvania, no. 11-12 (2020): 77-81. https://doi.org/10.51391/trva.2020.12.09.

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