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Title Global perspectives on gender and work : readings and interpretations / edited by Jacqueline Goodman.
Imprint Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Pub., [2010]
©2010

Subject Sexual division of labor -- History.
Women employees -- History.
Women -- Social conditions.
Alt Name Goodman-Draper, Jacqueline.
Add Title Global perspectives on gender & work
Description 1 online resource (ix, 606 pages) : illustrations
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Central to all our lives, work affects our status in the state, the family, and the economy. This reader examines the myriad ways in which work, whether it is well paid, unpaid, or underpaid, profoundly influences our roles in both the public and private spheres. The editor has selected a key set of essays that examine influential arguments on such central themes as (1) the origins of the gendered division of labor; (2) historical trends and economic transformations that affect and are affected by women's position in market and non market work; (3) the effects of occupational and job segregation by sex on status, pay, and promotion; (4) the ways in which formal and informal organizational culture shape and in turn are shaped by gender in professional and managerial positions; (5) class consciousness among wage earning men and women; (6) the different forms of gender discrimination that women and men face in the workplace; (7) the problems working parents face and the ways in which different societies, subcultures and genders cope; and (8) alternative approaches to improving the lives of working women and their families in the global economy.
Contents Part I: Origins of the gendered division of labor -- The problem with sex/gender and nature/nurture / Anne Fausto-Sterling -- "Night to his day" : the social construction of gender / Judith Lorber -- Culture, gender, and math / Luigi Guiso, Ferdinando Monte, Paola Sapienza, and Luigi Zingales -- Montagnais women and the Jesuit program for colonization / Eleanor Leacock -- Capitalism, patriarchy, and job segregation by sex / Heidi Hartmann -- Part II: Gender and work in history -- Women's work and the family in nineteenth-century Europe / Joan W. Scott and Louise A. Tilly -- Housewifery : household work and household tools under pre-industrial conditions / Ruth Schwartz Cowan -- Black women, work and the family under slavery / Jacqueline Jones -- The paradox of motherhood : night work restrictions in the United States / Alice Kessler-Harris -- Part III: Gender, wages, and inequality -- Still a man's labor market : the long-term earnings gap / Ashley English and Ariane Hegewisch -- The social organization of toy stores / Christine L. Williams -- The milk of human kindness / Nancy Folbre -- Part IV: Gender, management, and the professions -- The impact of hierarchical structures on the work behavior of women and men / Rosabeth Moss Kanter -- Women and men as litigators : gender differences on the job / Jennifer Pierce -- The glass escalator : hidden advantages for men in the "female" professions / Christine L. Williams -- Black mobility in white corporations : up the corporate ladder but out on a limb / Sharon M. Collins -- Gender and labor in Asian immigrant families / Yen Le Espiritu -- Part V: Gender and low-waged work -- The interlocking of gender with nationality, race, ethnicity and class : the narratives of women in hotel work / Amel Adib and Yvonne Guerrier -- "Outsider within" the station house : the impact of race and gender on black women police / Susan E. Martin -- When feminism had class / Dorothy Sue Cobble -- Myths of docile girls and matriarchs : local profiles of global workers / Carla Freeman -- Part VI: Gender and the global division of labor -- New world domestic order / Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo -- Trope chasing : making a local labor market / Leslie Salzinger -- Imagining sex and gender in the workplace / Pun Ngai -- Breadwinners no more : masculinity in flux / Michele Ruth Gamburd -- Thailand : because she looks like a child / Kevin Bales -- Part VII: Gendered discrimination at work -- Unconsciousness raising / Barbara Reskin -- The hidden discourse of masculinity in gender discrimination law / Tyson Smith and Michael Kimmel -- "That single mother element" : How white employers typify black women / Ivy Kennelly -- Marking gender boundaries : porn, piss, power tools / Susan Eisenberg -- Men behaving badly / Margaret Talbot -- Part VIII: Family, gender, and work -- The administrative mother / Arlie Russell Hochschild -- Black mothering, paid work and identity / Tracey Reynolds -- Families on the frontier : from Braceros in the fields to Braceras in the home / Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo -- More alike than different : revisiting the long-term prospects for developing "European-style" work/family policies in the United States / Janet C. Gornick and Marcia K. Meyers -- Part IX: A sample of policy alternatives -- The stool makers of Jobra village / Muhammad Yunus -- Women's education : a global challenge / Martha C. Nussbaum -- Affirmative action at school and on the job / Shannon Harper and Barbara Reskin -- Support for working families / Janet C. Gornick and Marcia K. Meyers.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781461636809 (electronic bk.)
1461636809 (electronic bk.)
9780742556133
0742556131
9780742556140
074255614X
OCLC # 842264680
Additional Format Print version: Global perspectives on gender and work. Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Pub., ©2010 9780742556133 (DLC) 2009049994 (OCoLC)466358959


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