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care exists in close proximity to maintenance work. perhaps it is its affective component: a sense of involvement, commitment and compassion. (not caring can be simply passive neglect, as in a neglecting landlord, but also a negative passion perhaps worse than hate.) the critical question becomes: who cares for those who care, or those who do daily caring work as a mother, as a domestic worker? this is not just a matter of recognition for what they do, but also an observation (and a political insistence) that everybody, every body, at some point in time, needs to be cared for – if only in the form of childcare or care for the elderly.