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A Woman S Wage

Author: Alice Kessler-Harris
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813158532
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In this pathbreaking book, Alice Kessler-Harris explores the meanings of women's wages in the United States in the twentieth century, focusing on three sets of issues that capture the transformation of women's roles: the battle over minimum wage for women, which exposes the relationship between family ideology and workplace demands; the argument over equal pay for equal work, which challenges gendered patterns of self-esteem and social organization; and the current debate over comparable worth, which seeks to incorporate traditionally female values into new work and family trajectories. Together these issues trace the many ways in which gendered meaning has been produced, transmitted, and challenged.

Beyond Bylines

Author: Barbara M. Freeman
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 1554583136
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Beyond Bylines: Media Workers and Women’s Rights in Canada explores the ways in which several of Canada’s women journalists, broadcasters, and other media workers reached well beyond the glory of their personal bylines to advocate for the most controversial women’s rights of their eras. To do so, some of them adopted conventional feminine identities, while others refused to conform altogether, openly and defiantly challenging the gender expectations of their day. The book consists of a series of case studies of the women in question as they grappled with the concerns close to their hearts: higher education for women, healthy dress reforms, the vote, equal opportunities at work, abortion, lesbianism, and Aboriginal women’s rights. Their media reflected their respective eras: intellectual magazines, daily and weekly newspapers, radio, feminist public relations, alternative women’s periodicals, and documentary film made for television. Barbara Freeman takes an interdisciplinary approach, combining biography, history, and communication studies to demonstrate how their use of different media both enabled and limited these women in their ability to be daring advocates for gender equality. She shows how a number of these women were linked through the generations by their memberships in activist women’s organizations.

Moving Up A Guidebook For Women In Educational Administration

Author: Judith T. Witmer
Publisher: Scarecrow Pr
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This guidebook provides expert guidance based on research and experience for women in and moving into educational administration. The author takes the approach of a wise friend who has lived the experiences and helps the aspiring administrator use the best strategies in overcoming obstacles to success. Well-written and readable, it speaks to the reader in layman's terms while maintaining an academic purpose.

Bibliographic Guide To Education

ISBN: 9780816171590
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