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The moral underground : how ordinary Americans subvert an unfair economy

Author: Lisa Dodson
Publisher: New York : The New Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Dodson
ISBN: 9781595586421 1595586423
OCLC Number: 704973257
Description: 240 pages
Contents: Employing parents who can't make a living --
The meaning of work ethic --
American bosses : sympathetic, amoral marketeers, and a few rule breakers --
Working for the good of the child --
"Irresponsible" parenting or social neglect? --
Beyond blame : recognizing unequal choices --
A healer's dilemma --
Trying to heal economic harms --
Roots of disobedience --
Raising a moral underground.
Responsibility: Lisa Dodson.
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