Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Amongst poorer women, the need or expectation to earn money as adults has long been common. For people such as these, amongst both the men and the women, the great road of progress is often the achievement of work that is actually enjoyable, desirable or otherwise liked. For these folks, while some have had the good fortune of being able to do work they like and to have fun they like to, many have had very restrictive work options. The restrictions for women were often enough more severe than those of men, but that doesn't mean that the men had all the choices in the world on an individual or class basis. Often, feminist critiques of the male situation have overlooked the reality of men's protracted efforts to unity, order and liberation. Given that, for the author, she has professed early on that her own...

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