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Emotional Labor: The Invisible Work Shaping Our Lives and How to Claim Our Power

by Rose Hackman Author

Rose Hackman's excursion into the uncompensated work that women and minorities perform every day begins with a definition of what emotional labor really is. While it began with flight attendants, the phrase has grown in the lexicon in recent years. Women are expected to organize family functions, told to “smile more,” or otherwise held to exhausting standards. Emotional Labor traces the history of the term and ultimately helps forge new pathways for radical evolution, justice, and change. 

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