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Women and the workplace : the implications of occupational segregation, edited by Martha Blaxall and Barbara Reagan

Label
Women and the workplace : the implications of occupational segregation
Title
Women and the workplace
Title remainder
the implications of occupational segregation
Statement of responsibility
edited by Martha Blaxall and Barbara Reagan
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
331.4/133
Index
index present
LC call number
HD6052
LC item number
.W56 1976
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1920-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Blaxall, Martha
  • Reagan, Barbara Benton
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women
  • Sex discrimination in employment
  • Sex discrimination against women
  • Social Discrimination
  • Women, Working
  • Discriminación en el trabajo
  • Discriminación sexual
  • Femmes
  • Discrimination sexuelle dans l'emploi
  • Discrimination à l'égard des femmes
  • Arbeidsvoorwaarden
  • Vrouwendiscriminatie
  • Beruf
  • Berufstätigkeit
  • Frau
  • Kongress
Label
Women and the workplace : the implications of occupational segregation, edited by Martha Blaxall and Barbara Reagan
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Expanded version of the proceedings of a workshop conference on occupational segregation held in May 1975 ... jointly sponsored by the American Economic Association Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession (CSWEP) and the Center for Research on Women in Higher Education and the Professions at Wellesley College."
  • "Originally appeared as a supplement to the Spring 1976 issue of Signs: journal of women in culture and society."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction: occupational segregation in International Women's Year / Barbara B. Reagan and Martha Blaxall -- Can we still afford occupational segregation? Some remarks / Martha W. Griffiths -- The social institutions of occupational segregation -- Toward a homosocial theory of sex roles: an explanation of the sex segregation of social institutions / Jean Lipman-Blumen -- Work aspiration of women: false leads and new starts / Judith Long Laws -- Dual linkages between the occupational and family systems: a macrosociological analysis / Constantina Safilios-Rothschild -- Occupational segregation and the law / Margaret J. Gates -- Comment I / Kenneth Boulding -- Comment II / Harold J. Leavitt -- Comment III / Karen Oppenheim Mason -- Comment IV / Sandra S. Tangri -- The historical roots of occupational segregation -- Historical and structural barriers to occupational desegregation / Jessie Bernard -- Familial constraints on women's work roles / Elise Boulding -- Occupational segregation and public policy: a comparative analysis of American and Soviet patterns / Gail Warshofsky Lapicus -- Capitalism, patriarchy, and job segregation by sex / Heidi Hartmann -- Comment I / Carl N. Degler -- Comment II / Hanna Papanek -- Economic dimensions of occupational segregation -- Economists' approaches to sex segregation in the labor market: an appraisal / Francine D. Blau and Carol L. Jusenius -- Discrimination and poverty among women who head families / Isabel Sawhill -- Women: the new reserve army of the unemployed / Marianne A. Ferber and Helen M. Lowry -- Comment I / Kenneth Arrow -- Comment II / David M. Gordon -- Comment III / Janice Fanning Madden -- Combating occupational segregation -- The policy issues: can we agree on goals, and how do we get there? Panel discussion -- Introduction / Phyllis A. Wallace -- Presentation I / Ruth G. Shaeffer -- Presentation II / Nira Long -- Presentation III / Winn Newman -- Presentation IV / Bernice Sandler -- Presentation V / Janet L. Norwood -- Presentation VI / Rosabeth Moss Kanter -- Toward dimorphics: a summary statement to the conference on occupational segregation / Myra H. Strober -- Sex differences in economists' fields of specialization / Myra H. Strober and Barbara B. Reagan
  • Work aspiration of women : false leads and new starts
  • Judith Long Laws
  • Dual linkages between the occupational and family systems : a macrosociological analysis
  • Constantina Safilios-Rothschild
  • Occupational segregation and the law
  • Margaret J. Gates
  • The historical roots of occupational segregation
  • Historical and structural barriers to occupational desegregation
  • Jessie Bernard
  • Familial constraints on women's work roles
  • Introduction :
  • Elise Boulding
  • Occupational segregation and public policy : a comparative analysis of American and Soviet patterns
  • Gail Warshofsky Lapidus
  • Capitalism, patriarchy, and job segregation by sex
  • Heidi Hartmann
  • Economic dimensions of occupational segregation
  • Economists' approaches to sex segregation in the labor market : an appraisal
  • Francine D. Blau and Carol L. Jusenius
  • Discrimination and poverty among women who head families
  • Isabel Sawhill
  • Occupational segregation in International Women's Year
  • Women : the new reserve army of the unemployed
  • Marianne A. Ferber and Helen M. Lowry
  • Combating occupational segregation. The policy issues : Can we agree on goals, and how do we get there? Panel discussion
  • Barbara B. Reagan and Martha Blaxall
  • Can we still afford occupational segregation? Some remarks
  • Martha W. Griffiths
  • The social institutions of occupational segregation
  • Toward a homosocial theory of sex roles : an explanation of the sex segregation of social institutions
  • Jean Lipman-Blumen
Control code
2303332
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
x, 326 pages
Isbn
9780226058221
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
76010536
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)233777
Label
Women and the workplace : the implications of occupational segregation, edited by Martha Blaxall and Barbara Reagan
Publication
Note
  • "Expanded version of the proceedings of a workshop conference on occupational segregation held in May 1975 ... jointly sponsored by the American Economic Association Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession (CSWEP) and the Center for Research on Women in Higher Education and the Professions at Wellesley College."
  • "Originally appeared as a supplement to the Spring 1976 issue of Signs: journal of women in culture and society."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction: occupational segregation in International Women's Year / Barbara B. Reagan and Martha Blaxall -- Can we still afford occupational segregation? Some remarks / Martha W. Griffiths -- The social institutions of occupational segregation -- Toward a homosocial theory of sex roles: an explanation of the sex segregation of social institutions / Jean Lipman-Blumen -- Work aspiration of women: false leads and new starts / Judith Long Laws -- Dual linkages between the occupational and family systems: a macrosociological analysis / Constantina Safilios-Rothschild -- Occupational segregation and the law / Margaret J. Gates -- Comment I / Kenneth Boulding -- Comment II / Harold J. Leavitt -- Comment III / Karen Oppenheim Mason -- Comment IV / Sandra S. Tangri -- The historical roots of occupational segregation -- Historical and structural barriers to occupational desegregation / Jessie Bernard -- Familial constraints on women's work roles / Elise Boulding -- Occupational segregation and public policy: a comparative analysis of American and Soviet patterns / Gail Warshofsky Lapicus -- Capitalism, patriarchy, and job segregation by sex / Heidi Hartmann -- Comment I / Carl N. Degler -- Comment II / Hanna Papanek -- Economic dimensions of occupational segregation -- Economists' approaches to sex segregation in the labor market: an appraisal / Francine D. Blau and Carol L. Jusenius -- Discrimination and poverty among women who head families / Isabel Sawhill -- Women: the new reserve army of the unemployed / Marianne A. Ferber and Helen M. Lowry -- Comment I / Kenneth Arrow -- Comment II / David M. Gordon -- Comment III / Janice Fanning Madden -- Combating occupational segregation -- The policy issues: can we agree on goals, and how do we get there? Panel discussion -- Introduction / Phyllis A. Wallace -- Presentation I / Ruth G. Shaeffer -- Presentation II / Nira Long -- Presentation III / Winn Newman -- Presentation IV / Bernice Sandler -- Presentation V / Janet L. Norwood -- Presentation VI / Rosabeth Moss Kanter -- Toward dimorphics: a summary statement to the conference on occupational segregation / Myra H. Strober -- Sex differences in economists' fields of specialization / Myra H. Strober and Barbara B. Reagan
  • Work aspiration of women : false leads and new starts
  • Judith Long Laws
  • Dual linkages between the occupational and family systems : a macrosociological analysis
  • Constantina Safilios-Rothschild
  • Occupational segregation and the law
  • Margaret J. Gates
  • The historical roots of occupational segregation
  • Historical and structural barriers to occupational desegregation
  • Jessie Bernard
  • Familial constraints on women's work roles
  • Introduction :
  • Elise Boulding
  • Occupational segregation and public policy : a comparative analysis of American and Soviet patterns
  • Gail Warshofsky Lapidus
  • Capitalism, patriarchy, and job segregation by sex
  • Heidi Hartmann
  • Economic dimensions of occupational segregation
  • Economists' approaches to sex segregation in the labor market : an appraisal
  • Francine D. Blau and Carol L. Jusenius
  • Discrimination and poverty among women who head families
  • Isabel Sawhill
  • Occupational segregation in International Women's Year
  • Women : the new reserve army of the unemployed
  • Marianne A. Ferber and Helen M. Lowry
  • Combating occupational segregation. The policy issues : Can we agree on goals, and how do we get there? Panel discussion
  • Barbara B. Reagan and Martha Blaxall
  • Can we still afford occupational segregation? Some remarks
  • Martha W. Griffiths
  • The social institutions of occupational segregation
  • Toward a homosocial theory of sex roles : an explanation of the sex segregation of social institutions
  • Jean Lipman-Blumen
Control code
2303332
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
x, 326 pages
Isbn
9780226058221
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
76010536
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)233777

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