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"Working Women" presents a detailed examination of women's position in the paid workforce in a variety of countries and identifies the common cultural and economic factors which create disadvantage. Believing that awareness is the precondition to change, the contributors offer insights into the reasons for unequal conditions through studies of women's work in the diverse contexts of retailing, library work, employment in Turkish factories, veiling by women workers in Egypt and sex tourism in South East Asia.
Release date NZ
April 4th, 1991
Edited by M.Thea Sinclair
Edited by Nanneke Redclift
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