Key Issues in Women's Work: Female Heterogeneity and the Polarisation of Women's Employment
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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Marginal work and domestic work
Feminisation of the workforce
Work orientations and work plans
Labour mobility and womens employment profiles
Occupational segregation and the pay gap
the role of law
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