WOMEN, GENDER AND WORK
People are not defined solely by their work, nor is it possible to ignore the effects of factors outside the workplace on a person's status at work.
To seek equality at work without seeking equality in the larger society – and at home – is illusory.Thus an examination of the issues surrounding women, gender and work must be holistic. That means considering the role of productive work in life as a whole and the distribution of unpaid work as well as the myriad questions relating to employment.
This important anthology brings together the thinking of leading philosophers, economists and lawyers on this complex subject. Selected recent articles from the multidisciplinary International Labour …show more content…
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First published 2001
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Loutfi, Martha Fetherolf (ed.)
Women, gender and work: What is equality and how do we get there?
Geneva, International Labour Office, 2001
Woman worker, equal employment opportunity, equal treatment, affirmative action, comparison, developed country, developing country
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