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Women and the workplace : the implications of occupational segregation (edition 1976)

by Martha Blaxall (Editor)

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Considers the historical roots and economic, sociological, legal, and psychological dimensions of occupational segregation and evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of various courses of action. Bibliogs.
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Title:Women and the workplace : the implications of occupational segregation
Authors:Martha Blaxall
Info:Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1976.
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