Eileen Boris

University of California, Santa Barbara

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Hull Professor and Chair of Department of Feminist Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara and co-author of Caring for America: Home Health Workers in the Shadow of the Welfare State

Eileen Boris on KCRW

The misogynistic manifesto written by the Santa Barbara shooter has created an intense discussion about women and how they are perceived and treated by men in our society.

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The misogynistic manifesto written by the Santa Barbara shooter has created an intense discussion about women and how they are perceived and treated by men in our society.

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In 1975, fewer than 50 home care agencies existed nationwide. By 2009, there were nearly 6600, with a work force of some 2.5 million people caring for the nation's elderly at home.

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In 1975, fewer than 50 home care agencies existed nationwide. By 2009, there were nearly 6600, with a work force of some 2.5 million people caring for the nation's elderly at home.

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