A History of European Women''s Work : 1700 to the Present
By: Simonton, Deborah.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2002Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (343 p.).ISBN: 9780203007006.Subject(s): Home economics | Housewives | Rural women | Women | Women - Employment - Europe - History | Women domestics | Women farmersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: A History of European Women''s Work : 1700 to the PresentDDC classification: 305.43094 | 331.4/094 LOC classification: HD6134.S54 1998ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; A History of European Women's Work; Copyright Page; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction; Part I: The eighteenth century, c. 1700-90; 2. Women, household and farm; The idea of woman in society and economy; Domestic responsibilities; Household, life cycle and female upbringing; Women as farm workers; Gender and the tasks of the field; 3. Making, selling, serving; The verlagsystem and proto-industry; Women and rural industry; Women in towns: the guild model; Apprenticeship; Urban women and family working; Masterless women: life cycle and independence
Woman as worker4. Location, skill and status; Domesticity, time and place; Gender and skill; Part II: The nineteenth century, c. 1790-1880; 5. Domesticity, the invention of housework, and domestic service; Domesticity; Housework; Context and chronology of domestic service; Who were the domestic servants?; The experience of domestic service; Living-out servants; 6. Rural women-farmhouse and agriculture; Periods and trends; Field work and its organization; Dairying; Fishing; Women's skills and gender differences; 7. Industry, commerce and public service; Women and industrial change
Technology, skill and genderHandicrafts, homeworking and sweating; Businesswomen and public service; 8. Continuity and change: gender, skill and status; Woman as worker; Domestic roles, family issues and women's work; The family wage; Gender, skill and craft traditions; Part III: The twentieth century, c. 1880-1980; 9. Home and work; The shape of work; The meaning of the wars; Domesticity and beyond: redefining women, wives and mothers; Life cycle: 'birds of passage'; Housework; Domestic service; 10. Continuities in country and town; Agriculture and rural women; Homework and sweated trades
Manufacturing and 'new industries'11. New work: white blouses in the tertiary sector; The tertiary sector and 'white blouse' work; Change in the tertiary sector; Women as workers; The work experience; Skill, status and segregation; 12. Conclusion: gender, skill and status; Gendering the workplace; gendering the worker; Gendering skill; Gendering technology; Gendering control; The woman worker; the working woman; Notes; Bibliography; Index
First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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