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Title
Women and the Labour Market
Author
Teresa
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Routledge,an imprint of Taylor & Francis Books Ltd
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19921029

The labour market is undergoing considerable change. The advance of new technology, the enterprise culture, and the development of positive action training for women have all begun to change the pattern of gender segregation in the workplace. "Women and the Labour Market" draws on a wide range of international studies of these issues and discusses them in the context of current theoretical and political debates. Focussing on education and training policy, changes in labour supply, and changes in the nature and size of labour demand, Teresa Rees highlights the obstacles to equality at work. She shows how the ideology of the family, the limitations of material reality, and the exclusionary mechanisms operated by men significantly impact upon women's experiences of paid work. "Women and the Labour Market" does not simply underline the power of patriarchy in shaping the labour force it is also concerned with the development of policy measures which might have some effect on breaking down gender inequalities. This study will inform the academic debate but also offer potential for adjusting the system at the key points of recruitment, training and work organization.

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Type
BOOK
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
224

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