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Working Difference [electronic resource] : Women's Working Lives in Hungary and Austria, 1945-1995

By: Fodor, Éva.
Contributor(s): Gordon, Andrew | James, Daniel | Keyssar, Alexander.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Comparative and International Working-Class History: Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2002Description: 1 online resource (221 p.).ISBN: 9780822384489.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Working Difference : Women’s Working Lives in Hungary and Austria, 1945–1995DDC classification: 305.48/9623/09436 LOC classification: HD6142.5.F63 2003Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Contents; Acknowledgments; 1. Three Generations of Women in Central Europe; 2. Gender Regimes East and West; 3. From ''K und K'' to ''Communism versus Capitalism'': The SocialWorlds of Austria and Hungary; 4. Exclusion versus Limited Inclusion; 5. Mechanisms of Exclusion; 6. Conditions of Inclusion: Examining State Policies in Austria andHungary, 1945-1995; 7. Difference at Work: A Case Study of Hungary; 8. Convergence in the Twenty-First Century?; Appendix A. Data Sets, Samples, and Definition of Variables; Appendix B. Chronology of Legislation Targeting or AffectingWomen; Notes; References
Index
Summary: This manuscript compares the status of women in capitalist Austria and (post-) socialist Hungary in the period from the end of WWII to the present, focusing on women''s inclusion in, and exclusion from, the labor force and political organizations.
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Contents; Acknowledgments; 1. Three Generations of Women in Central Europe; 2. Gender Regimes East and West; 3. From ''K und K'' to ''Communism versus Capitalism'': The SocialWorlds of Austria and Hungary; 4. Exclusion versus Limited Inclusion; 5. Mechanisms of Exclusion; 6. Conditions of Inclusion: Examining State Policies in Austria andHungary, 1945-1995; 7. Difference at Work: A Case Study of Hungary; 8. Convergence in the Twenty-First Century?; Appendix A. Data Sets, Samples, and Definition of Variables; Appendix B. Chronology of Legislation Targeting or AffectingWomen; Notes; References

Index

This manuscript compares the status of women in capitalist Austria and (post-) socialist Hungary in the period from the end of WWII to the present, focusing on women''s inclusion in, and exclusion from, the labor force and political organizations.

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<p>Éva Fodor is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Dartmouth College.</p>

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