The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available on Emerald Insight at: www.emeraldinsight.com/2040-7149.htm EDI 37,4 Gabriele Winker Arbeit-Gender-Technik, TU Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany interviewed by Brigitte Aulenbacher Department for the Theory of Society and Social Analyses, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria, and Received 11 July 2017 Accepted 11 July 2017 Birgit Riegraf Department of Sociology, University Paderborn, Paderborn, Germany Keywords Gender, Discrimination, Equal opportunities, Feminism, Family roles, Social reform Paper type Viewpoint 1. Introduction Gabriele Winker is a Professor in the Department of Work-Gender-Technology at the Hamburg University of Technology in Germany. In her work, she always attempts to combine theoretical analysis and scientific finding with political action. She is one of the main initiators of the ‘Care Revolution’ movement. This political engagement is basing on her analysis of the crisis of social reproduction in the context of austerity politics. Care Revolution includes a profound critique of capitalism and combines this with the vision of a solidary society. It is dedicated to social movements, NGOs, trade unions, etc., as well as to all care givers and receivers as a political transformation strategy of the care sector and, at the end, of the society. It tries to
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