Women's Work, 1840-1940by Elizabeth Roberts
Pub. Date: 08/28/2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Addressing the contentious issues surrounding women's work during a century of social upheaval, this text focuses on working-class women, examining men's attitudes to women's work, women's connections with trade unions, a family wage, and unequal pay and status.
Table of Contents
Editor's Preface; 1. Some general questions about women's work; 2. Women's full-time paid employment; 3. Some social and economic aspects of the work of married women; 4. Protection and restriction: government, employers and unions; 5. Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
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