2 edition of Double Chetto; Canadian Women and their segregated work found in the catalog.
Double Chetto; Canadian Women and their segregated work
|Statement||Pat Armstrongand Hugh Armstrong.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||199|
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The Double Ghetto surveys the work women do at home and on the job to analyze why work in this country is still segregated by sex. In the third edition, the authors devote new space to postmodernist theory and include new material on the differences between women emphasizing race, but Cited by: COVID Resources.
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One of the classic studies of Canadian sociology - now reissued with a new introduction by the authors - The Double Ghetto is a thought-provoking examination of women in the workforce and how their roles have both changed and yet stayed the same over the past four Double Ghetto surveys the work women do at home and on the job to analyze why work in this country is still segregated.
Ontario author Sherry Pringle’s book forever immortalized the lives of more than 60 Canadian women who made a contribution to the war effort in one way or another.
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A former President of the Canadian Historical Association, she has researched and published in the areas of the history of Canadian women's organizations and working-class women in Quebec.
She is a co-author of the previous two editions of "Canadian Women: A History", and also co-authored "Feminist Politics on the Farm: Rural Catholic Women in Reviews: 4.
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