Women, cities and schools: education and the development of an urban female labor force, 1890-1930, Volume 1

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1982 - Business & Economics - 403 pages
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Contents

Introduction
11
School
130
Local
180
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00 ON Ui age categories Beverly Hills Census central place theory clerical and professional cohorts David Ward Dependent Variable different ethnic division of labor domestic service employment early childhood education East South Central economic growth educational attainment educational development employed in manufacturing enrolled in school enrollment levels enrollment patterns enrollments for younger entered the labor female employment Female Enrollment female labor force female school participation force entry Force Participation Rates foreign born women human capital human ecology immigrant families immigrant women indicated in Table Industrial Distribution Industrial Union kindergartens labor force participation labor market Lampard large numbers left the labor Ln Ln Ln NJ Ln vo major ethnic groups manufacturing belt Massachusetts Metropolis and Region Middle Atlantic Muth native white women nineteenth century NJ VO Non-Agricultural Occupational Distribution numbers of women opening decades Otis Dudley Duncan pattern of female pattern of school Plains cities Pleck population density Public High School Regional Enrollment sample cities school enrollment rates school participation rates second generation immigrant secondary education social class South Plains Southwest Mountain system of cities teenage enrollment rates Teenage Female teenage school participation teenage youth twentieth century University of Wisconsin University of Wisconsin-Madison urban development Urban Economics urban enrollment urban hierarchy urban history urban structure vo Ln VO O VO vo Ui VO VO white collar Women from Different women's education younger children

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