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A History of European Women's Work

1700 to the Present


Paperback / softback

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A History of European Women's Work by Deborah Simonton

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In this text Deborah Simonton takes an overview of trends in women's work across Europe and including Russia, Britain, Germany and France, from the pre-industrial period to the present. Focusing on the role of gender and class as it defines women's labour, and examines: a wide range of occupations such as teaching and farming; contrasting rates of change in different European countries; the definition of work within and outside patriarchal families; local versus Europe-wide developments; and demographic and economic changes.
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August 13th, 1998
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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