The sexual division of labour: the Italian case

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Clarendon Press, Jun 30, 1988 - Business & Economics - 293 pages
Examining the determinants of occupational sex-typing and the actual features of women's and men's work, Bettio here argues that women's relative contributions as income earners within the family and their historically subordinate role lead to the recurrence of particular patterns of sex-typing.

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Contents

AN INTERPRETATIVE FRAMEWORK
11
A CENTURY OF SEXTYPING
37
THE SECULAR PATTERN OF FEMALE
48
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