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Series: New Studies in Economic and Social History (Book 6). Paperback: 108 pages.

Addressing the contentious issues surrounding women's work during a century of social upheaval, this text focuses on working-class women, examining men's attitudes to women's work, women's connections with trade unions, a "family wage", and unequal pay and status. Series: New Studies in Economic and Social History (Book 6). Publisher: Cambridge University Press (October 27, 1995).

Elizabeth Roberts focuses on working-class women an. .Women's Work, 1840-1940. Part of the New Studies in Economic and Social History Series). by Elizabeth Roberts. Select Format: Hardcover.

Women's Work 1840-1940 book. New Studies in Economic and Social History). by. Elizabeth Roberts. Elizabeth Roberts focuses on working-class women and their work—full time and part-time, paid and unpaid, outside and inside the home—examining men's attitudes to women's work, women's connections with trade unions, a "family wage," and unequal pay and status.

Roberts, Elizabeth, 1936-; Economic History Society. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Some general questions about women's work - Women's full-time paid employment - Some social and economic aspects of the work of married women - Protection and restriction: government, employers and unions - Conclusion.

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This pamphlet attempts to survey women’s work in Great Britain in the century 1840–1940  . Joanna Bornat, ‘Home and Work; A new context for Trade Union history’, Oral History, 5, No. 2 (1977). Joanna Bornat, ‘Lost Leaders, Women, Trade Unionism and the Case of the General Union of Textile Workers 1875–1914’ i. oogle Scholar. Studies in Economic and Social History.

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Social work has its roots in the attempts of society at large to deal with the problem of poverty and inequality. The concept of charity goes back to ancient times, and the practice of providing for the poor has roots in all major world religions. Even before the rise of modern European states, the church was providing social services

This volume addresses the contentious issues surrounding women's work during a century of social upheaval. Elizabeth Roberts focuses on working-class women and their work--full time and part-time, paid and unpaid, outside and inside the home--examining men's attitudes to women's work, women's connections with trade unions, a "family wage," and unequal pay and status. Women's Work is a unique overview of an expanding field of social and economic history, and Dr. Roberts' survey of the available literature provides a useful guide to further reading.
Women's Work, 1840-1940 (New Studies in Economic and Social History) download epub
Humanities
Author: Elizabeth Roberts
ISBN: 0521557887
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (October 27, 1995)
Pages: 108 pages