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Women and Work

Women and Work

1997 . Social Science, Gender Studies . Elizabeth Higginbotham, Mary Romero

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About the book

This collection of original research articles explores how race, ethnicity, and social class have shaped the work lives of women. Women and Work explores womenÆs working conditions, their wages and salaries, their abilities to control their work environments, and how they see themselves and their options in the workplace. A great deal of importance is given to women of color, non-citizens, and working-class womenùgroups that are often neglected in other treatments of this subject. The integration of work and family, womenÆs vision of their own work and consciousness as employees, and womenÆs resistance to exploitative and limiting work are themes are also addressed throughout this book. Written by and interdisciplinary group of women scholars, Women and Work will be of interest to faculty, researchers, and advanced students in the fields of sociology, organization studies, psychology, gender studies, womenÆs history, and economics.

Year:

1997

Language:

English

Publisher:

SAGE Publications

Pages:

304

ISBN:

1452246645 (ISBN13: 9781452246642)

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