Published June 1, 2001 by Stanford University Press .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Contributions||Janeen Baxter (Editor), Mark Western (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
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Rather than declining in importance, class and gender processes are being transformed by social and economic changes associated with postindustrialism, including the entrance of women into the labor market in ever greater numbers, a shift from manufacturing to services, and the rise of part-time employment.
The remaining chapters offer comparative, cross-national analyses that investigate empirical examples of the links between class and gender relations, including the changing gender composition of the middle class, gender differences in access to managerial positions, the social ramifications of flexible employment arrangements, the links between paid and unpaid work, and the increasing feminization.
As the title suggests, this is a book that argues that class and gender processes in contemporary societies are currently being transformed.
It is also a book that asserts the basic empirical interconnectedness of social relations of class and gender.
Reconfigurations of class and gender. [Janeen Baxter; Mark Western;] -- This volume reasserts the significance of class and gender for understanding socioeconomic conditions. Rather than declining in importance, class and gender processes are being transformed by social.
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