Key Issues in Women's Work: Female Heterogeneity and the Polarisation of Women's Employment

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A&C Black, 1996 - Social Science - 257 pages
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Covers sex discrimination, patriarchy, part-time work, 'flexible' hours, homeworking, marriage and career patterns, employment rights and the exploitation of part-timers, occupational segregation and the pay gap.
  

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Contents

Marginal work and domestic work
19
Feminisation of the workforce
60
Work orientations and work plans
83
Labour mobility and womens employment profiles
120
Occupational segregation and the pay gap
145
the role of law
187
female heterogeneity and workforce
202
Bibliography
216
Subject Index
241
Author Index
251
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Catherin Hakim, London School of Economics

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