Ehrenreich, Barbara

Ehrenreich, Barbara

(1941–  ) sociologist, author; born in Butte, Mont. An independent writer, she became known for her outspoken feminist-socialist analyses of contemporary issues, particularly health and the politics of gender and class. In addition to numerous articles in both popular and professional publications, she wrote books including For Her Own Good (coauthored, 1978) and The Worst Years of Our Lives (1990). She cochaired the Democratic Socialists of America (1983).
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Ehrenreich, Barbara. Bright Sided: How the Relentless Promotion of Positive Thinking Has Undermined America.
EHRENREICH, Barbara. Dancing in the streets; a history of collective joy.
(1.) Kenon Breazeale, "In Spite of Women: Esquire Magazine and the Construction of the Male Consumer." Signs 20:1-22 (1994); and Barbara Ehrenreich, Barbara, The Hearts of Men (1983, Garden City).