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Title: Gender Transformations
Authors: Walby, Sylvia
John Urry
Keywords: Women-Social conditions
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: Routledge
Description: In this lucid and subtle investigation of the economic, political and cultural condition of women in contemporary society, Sylvia Walby, one of the world’s leading authorities on the sociology of gender, shows how undoubted increases in opportunity for women in Europe and America have been accompanied by new forms of inequality. She charts changes in women’s employment, education and political representation and the complex relations between gender, class and ethnicity, between local conditions and global pressures which together determine the place of women both in the labour market and in the wider social, political and economic world of today. Individual chapters look at the phenomenon of flexible work and its influence on the total labour market, at gender politics and social theory, at the gendering of citizenship and nationhood and gender in the context of European integration
URI: http://10.6.20.12:80/handle/123456789/52944
ISBN: 0-203-43115-4
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