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Bergmann, Barbara R.

The Economic Emergence of Women

Bergmann, Barbara R. - The Economic Emergence of Women, ebook

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Table of contents

1. The Breakup of the Sex-Role Caste System
Barbara R. Bergmann

2. Why Did Women Emerge?
Barbara R. Bergmann

3. The Social Factors: Births, Schools, Divorces, Ideas
Barbara R. Bergmann

4. “Women’s Place” in the Labor Market
Barbara R. Bergmann

5. Occupational Segregation by Sex: The Root of Women’s Disadvantage
Barbara R. Bergmann

6. Setting the Pay for the Jobs Women Hold
Barbara R. Bergmann

7. Government Action Against Discrimination
Barbara R. Bergmann

8. Affirmative Action and Pay Equity
Barbara R. Bergmann

9. The Occupation of Housewife
Barbara R. Bergmann

10. Lone Parents and their Poverty
Barbara R. Bergmann

11. Keeping House: The Economics and Politics of Family Care
Barbara R. Bergmann

12. “Industrializing” Housework and Child Care
Barbara R. Bergmann

13. A Policy Agenda for the Sex-Role Revolution
Barbara R. Bergmann

Keywords: Social Sciences, Gender Studies, Labor Economics, Economic History, History, general

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
Second Edition
Page amount
263 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781403982582
Printed ISBN
978-0-312-23243-6

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