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Philosophy
  • Author:
    Wayne Roberts
  • ISBN:
    0919940072
  • ISBN13:
    978-0919940079
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  • Publisher:
    New Hogtown Press (1976)
  • Pages:
    60 pages
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    Philosophy
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    4.4
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Roberts, Wayne, Feminism, Femininity and Class Consciousness Among Toronto Working Women, 1893–1914 (Toronto, 1976) has also pointed out that a common response among women to poor working conditions, in the face of limited opportunity for advancement, was to leave th. .

Roberts, Wayne, Feminism, Femininity and Class Consciousness Among Toronto Working Women, 1893–1914 (Toronto, 1976) has also pointed out that a common response among women to poor working conditions, in the face of limited opportunity for advancement, was to leave the labor force or to change jobs frequently. The behavior of women teachers, especially during the two World Wars, provides irrefutable evidence to substantiate his interpretation. It is common knowledge that during the war years there was an endemic shortage of teachers.

Advancing a fresh perspective on working-class women's organizations, this book combines historical . Political Movements in Urban England, 1832-1914.

Advancing a fresh perspective on working-class women's organizations, this book combines historical narrative, biography and political analysis. Books related to Feminism, Femininity and the Politics of Working Women.

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