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Key issues in women's work : female heterogeneity and the polarisation of women's employment

Key issues in women's work : female heterogeneity and the polarisation of women's employment (Loan 4 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Hakim, Catherine.
Title Statement
Key issues in women's work : female heterogeneity and the polarisation of women's employment / Catherine Hakim.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   Atlantic Highlands, NJ :   Athlone,   1996.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 257 p. ; 22 cm.
Series Statement
Conflict and change in Britain series ;4.
ISBN
0485800098 (hardcover) 0485801094 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [216]-250) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Women --Employment --Great Britain. Sex discrimination in employment --Great Britain. Sex role in the work environment --Great Britain. Labor policy --Great Britain.
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300 ▼a xvii, 257 p. ; ▼c 22 cm.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. [216]-250) and index.
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650 0 ▼a Sex discrimination in employment ▼z Great Britain.
650 0 ▼a Sex role in the work environment ▼z Great Britain.
650 0 ▼a Labor policy ▼z Great Britain.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Series Editors' Preface = ⅹ
List of figures = xii
List of tables = xiii
List of cases = xv
Acknowledgements = xvi
Abbreviations = xviii
1 Explaining women's subordination = 1
 Key issues in women's employment = 2
 Theoretical perspectives = 3
 Patriarchy and male dominance: Goldberg = 5
 Patriarchy, male organisation and job segregation: Hartmann = 9
 Rational choices within families: Becker = 13
 Britain as a case study = 16
2 Marginal work and domestic work = 19
 Work and employment: the conceptual framework = 21
 Marginal market work in Britain = 26
 Family workers = 32
 Home-based work = 36
 The informal economy = 38
 Seasonal and temporary work = 40
 Non-standard employment = 41
 Voluntary work = 44
 Domestic work = 46
 Reproductive and caring work = 51
 Status of the housewife and househusband = 53
 Conclusions = 58
3 Feminisation of the workforce = 60
 The rise of part-time jobs = 60
 Part-time workers and secondary earners = 65
 The demasculinisation of work = 74
 Conclusions = 79
4 Work orientations and work plans = 83
 Attitudes to the sexual division of labour = 84
 The modem sexual division of labour = 91
 Work orientations = 98
 Work commitment = 103
 Work plans = 109
 Male dominance and other work-related attitudes = 113
 Conclusions = 118
5 Labour mobility and women's employment profiles = 120
 Changing perspectives = 120
 The sources of change = 123
 The impact of childbirth on employment = 127
 Sample selection bias = 129
 Movement in and out of the labour force = 130
 Continuity of employment over the lifecycle: three employment profiles = 132
 The implications of intermittent employment = 139
 Conclusions = 142
6 Occupational segregation and the pay gap = 145
 Job segregation and labour market segmentation = 145
 Vertical job segregation and the pay gap = 149
 Recent trends in occupational segregation = 152
 Masculine and feminine work cultures = 162
 A segregated part-time workforce = 166
 Long term trends 1891-1991 = 170
 The sex differential in earnings = 174
 Explanations for the pay gap = 177
 Conclusions = 185
7 Social engineering: the role of law = 187
 European and national law = 189
 Social science evidence on indirect discrimination = 193
 The problem of female heterogeneity = 198
 Conclusions = 200
8 Conclusions: female heterogeneity and workforce polarisation = 202
 True lies = 203
 Sex and gender = 205
 Female heterogeneity = 206
 Polarisation within the workforce = 207
 Sex differentials = 209
 Explaining women's subordination = 210
 Looking ahead = 213
Bibliography = 216
Subject Index = 241
Author Index = 251


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