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Contracting Masculinity: Gender, Class, and…

Contracting Masculinity: Gender, Class, and Race in a White-Collar Union,…

by Gillian Laura Creese

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The history of labor in Canada is most often understood to mean--and presented as--the history of blue-collar men. And it is a story of union solidarity to gain wages, rights, and the like from employers. Creese here examines in depth one white-collar office union, and shows how collective bargaining involves negotiating relations of gender, class and race.

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