Gender and Trade Unions

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Taylor & Francis, 1994 - Feminism - 175 pages
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Explores the impact of work and gender roles on union activism and identifies factors that support and hinder women's representation in trade unions. These issues are discussed in terms of gender role, and work-related and union-related factors.

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Contents

Gender Work and Union Activism
11
Background to the Study
35
Shop Steward Activism and Occupational
53
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About the author (1994)

Marjabelle Young Stewart's previous books include "The New Etiquette," "Executive Etiquette in the New Workplace," and "Your Complete Wedding Planner," She appears regularly in national magazines and newspapers around the country, offering advice on gracious gift giving, dining etiquette, office and family matters, and other aspects of modern life. She lives in Kewanee, Illinois.
Elizabeth Lawrence is the author of four previous books on entertaining and style.