Description - Women in Non-traditional Occupations by Barbara Bagilhole
This book examines common issues and concepts concerning women in non-traditional, male dominated occupations. It explores the question of whether these women are the agents of change or are instead changed themselves. It provides a statistical examination and theoretical analysis of occupational sex segregation in the UK, the rest of the European Union, and the USA. Then, it provides a more in-depth understanding of women's work lives through the experiences of the women themselves in four occupations; management, academia, engineering and the priesthood.
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(216mm x 140mm x 16mm)
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Author Biography - Barbara Bagilhole
BARBARA BAGILHOLE is a reader in Equal Opportunities in Social Policy in the Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University. Her major research and teaching interest is equal opportunities covering gender, 'race' and disability. Her last book in this area was Equal Opportunities and Social Policy; Issues of Gender, Race and Disability (1997).