by Institute of Development studies,University of Sussex in Brighton .
Written in English
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Households, Employment, and Gender is an analytic synthesis for scholars and an invaluable sourcebook for classes on gender, labor, the family, social demography, economics, and economic sociology. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now Cited by: About the Book. This Chapter will address the current protections that are available to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (“LGBT”) individuals who allege they have been victims of employment discrimination. The Chapter's primary focus will be on federal statutory law, particularly Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of Gender and Employment in Rural China. by Jing Song, Routledge, Reviewed by Sally Sargeson. This book, which is based on Jing Song’s doctoral dissertation, argues that in rural China, local ‘development models’ centred on industrialisation and urbanisation interact with families’ gendered divisions of labour to create different opportunities and obstacles for men’s and women’s. 'Gender and Employment in Rural China is a well-organized sociological study of contemporary Chinese peasant families. based on firsthand oral history of numerous grassroots villagers, the book successfully discloses Chinese peasants' hidden behavioral logic and explores family economic strategies' - Fumiki Tahara, Associate Professor, Graduate.
This book is also important because it recognizes that work scheduling and the chaos it often imposes is not self-imposed though we often talk about it that way. Highly recommended for a range of courses, including those that cover issues of class, gender, work, family, and by: The book offers readers great insights into the interaction between developmental politics and gender relations with the intermediation of family dynamics in China. This book will be valuable reading for researchers interested in gender, employment transition and rural China.' - Yu Song, Associate Professor, Department of China Studies. The and OECD Gender Recommendations provide guidance on how to advance gender equality in education, employment, entrepreneurship and public life; this book discusses recent developments in these areas in one overview chapter and 24 short chapters which each include key findings and policy recommendations. As more employees have identified their gender as nonbinary rather than male or female, employers have struggled to determine how to report these workers’ gender on the EEO-1 form provided to.
This book is a collection of academic papers originally prepared for a gender and tourism conference in Turkey. Chapters are interspersed with short personal testimonies that introduce us to women around the world whose lives have been changed through various opportunities in tourism. This chapter looks beyond gender differences in labour market participation to gender differences in productivity and earnings across different sectors and jobs. It shows that, despite significant progress in female labour force participation over the past 25 years, pervasive and ongoing gender differences remain in productivity and earnings. It argues that the interaction of employment . Restructuring Gender Relations and Employment book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Women's employment is on the increase throug Author: Rosemary Crompton. Until now, mandatory negotiation on gender equality in the workplace focused on measures to combat any gender discrimination in recruitment, employment and access to vocational training.