Women, work, and social rights: Canada in historical and comparative perspective

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Prentice Hall Allyn & Bacon Canada, 2000 - Business & Economics - 184 pages
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The text is suitable for upper-level sociology courses of work and gender, as well as political science, and women's studies courses. Viewing gender relations in a historical context, the book examines the importance of women's roles in both paid and unpaid work, with a particular focus on the Canadian experience and its relation to other societies.

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List of Tables and Figures
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Conceptualizing Womens Work and Social Rights
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The Professions and the Common Fate of their Female Membership
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Copyright

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