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The Price You Pay: The Hidden Cost of Women's Relationship to Moneyby Margaret Randall
Synopses & Reviews
In The Price We Pay, Margaret Randall interviews women from a wide range of economic, racial, and cultural backgrounds to reveal the role money plays in their lives. These women speak of their changing expectations and attitudes regarding money. Daughters of immigrants remember what money meant in the transition between worlds. They disclose the feelings that they have of stigma or shame at not having enough, guilt at having too much, and the lies, secrets and silences caused by these feelings. These personal stories are woven into a history of women's economics and chapters on family, work, the media, power and control, and lesbian economics.
Book News Annotation:
Treats representable functions among well known varieties of algebras, determining all such functions from associative rings over a fixed ring R to each of the categories of abelian groups, associative rings, Lie rings, and several others. Also obtains results on representable functions on varieties of groups, semigroups, communitative rings, and Lie algebras. For graduate students and research mathematicians interested in algebra, ring theory, and algebraic geometry. Member prices are $47 for individuals and $63 for institutions.
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