Canadian-only ProductWomen, Work and Social Rights: Canada in Historical and Comparative Perspective

By Cecilia M. Benoit

Published by Pearson Education Canada

Published Date: Sep 14, 1999

Description

The text is suitable for upper-level sociology courses of work and gender, as well as political science, and women's studies courses.

Viewing gender relations in a historical context, the book examines the importance of women's roles in both paid and unpaid work, with a particular focus on the Canadian experience and its relation to other societies.

Table of Contents



List of Tables, Figures, and Boxes.


Preface.


Introduction.


1. Conceptualizing Women's Work and Social Rights.


2. Women's Work and Social Rights in the Pre-Capitalist Era.


3. Capitalism and Women's Work.


4. The Welfare State and Women's Social Rights.


5. Midwives' Work and Social Rights in Time and Across Place.


6. Post-Fordism, Welfare State Regimes, and Women's Work in the Twenty-First Century.


References.


Acknowledgments.


Name Index.


Subject Index.

Additional Course Materials

Purchase Info

ISBN-10: 0-13-022049-3

ISBN-13: 978-0-13-022049-3

Format: Book

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