variation in the quality, intensity, and direction of racialisation. 'Race' is the language invoked and evoked by migrant workers to describe and ultimately constitute difference in the labour market.
To What Extent Is Waste Separation Related to Traditional Patterns of Domestic Labour in Single Occupant and Partnered Households in England?
This paper builds upon substantive research which suggests that domestic household recycling is a heavily gendered activity with women more likely than men to engage in the repetitive daily domestic routine inherent in domestic waste management.
Taking a quantitative empirical approach this research uses secondary data
collected in 2010 from the new Understanding Society survey. Comparing the waste separation behaviours within single adult occupied households and female partnered households this study finds although women do appear to postitively influence waste separation behaviour, where men contribute more equally to the burden of weekly domestic labour, waste separation is more likely.