Hybrid Activist Collectives: Reframing mothers' environmental and caring labour
Part of a special issue 'Activists with(out) organisation' edited by Richard White and Patricia Wood, this article argues that the environmental and caring labour of mothers within the home is a kind of collective economic and environmental activism, where the collective is hybrid human and more than human. I connect the work mothers do in the home with the kinds of shared concerns community economies activists gather around.
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Dombroski, K. (2016) Hybrid Activist Collectives: Reframing mothers' environmental and caring labour. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 36(9/10), 629-646. doi:10.1108/IJSSP-12-2015-0150