Black Women and White Women in the Professions : Occupational Segregation by Race and Gender, 1960-1980
By: Sokoloff, Natalie J.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Perspectives on Gender: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (344 p.).ISBN: 9781317960904.Subject(s): African American women in the professions | Discrimination in employment -- United States | Professional employees -- United States | Women in the professionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Black Women and White Women in the Professions : Occupational Segregation by Race and Gender, 1960-1980DDC classification: 331.4/133/0973 | 331.41330973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: The Half-Full Glass: Partial Integration in the Professions; Introduction; The Parameters of the Study; Just What are the Professions?; The Changing Occupational Landscape; The Need for a Structural Approach; Controversy and Interpretation; Inroads and Interpretation; Methodological Note; Conclusion; Chapter 2: The Professions; Structural Change and Group Access; Introduction; Increased Growth in the Professions: Has it Benefited all Groups?
An Introduction to the Detailed ProfessionsGrowth and Change for the Four Race/Gender Groups; Conclusion; Chapter 3: "Gains" and "Losses" For Black and White Men and Women in the Professions; Introduction; Uncovering the Degree of Race/Gender Segregation; The Need for a Proportional Index of Change; Conclusion; Chapter 4: White Men: The More Things Change, the More they Stay the Same; Introduction; Numerical Increases and Growth Rates; Index of Representation for the 30 Large Professions/Technical Fields; Conclusion; Chapter 5: Black Men: Affirmative Action or Reaction?; Introduction
The Growth of Black Men in the ProfessionsA Comparison of Black Men and White Men; An Intermediate-Level Analysis Using the Index of Relative Advantage: A Comparison of Black Men and White Men; A Deeper Look into the Detailed Professions/Technical Fields; Conclusion; Chapter 6: White Women: Movement and Change; Introduction; Changes from 1960 to 1980: Numbers and Percentages; A Comparison with White Men; A Comparison with Black Men; Conclusion; Chapter 7: Black Women: Beyond the Myth of Double Advantage; Introduction; The Interacton of Race and Gender
A Profile of Black Women in the Professions, 1960-1980Black Women and White Men: The Index of Relative Advantage; Black Women and Black Men: The Index of Relative Advantage; Black Women and White Women: The Index of Relative Advantage; Conclusion; Chapter 8: The Half-Empty Glass: Can it Ever be Filled?; Twenty Years of Change: A Summary of What Happened in the Professions 1960-1980; Racial and Gender Segregation, 1980 to the Present; The Paradox of Partial Change; Toward the Future; Building Coalitions for Change; Appendix 1: Methodology
Making 1960, 1970, and 1980 Census Categories ComparableDifferences in Occupational Codes Across the Three Census Decades; Standardizing to 1970 Occupational Categories; How the Four Race/Gender Groups were Recalculated for 1960 and 1980 Censuses to Make Use of the 1970 Occupational Categories; Correction Factor for Nonresponse Cases; Correction Factor for Undercount of Race/Gender Groups in the Experienced Civilian Labor Force; Appendix 2: Detailed Occupational Census Categories for Professions and Technical Fields; Notes; References; Index
First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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