Gender, Leisure and Marriage in a Working-Class Community, 1939â€“1960
- Retelling tales: The (missed?) representation of working class women's stories of leisure. Stewart, Carly; Lord, Rhiannon // Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education (Oxfo;Oct2010, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p63
Reflecting on an undergraduate dissertation, Rhiannon Lord became increasingly dissatisfied with the limitations on understanding and communication imposed by the conventional form of presentation usually expected of undergraduate students. Here we seek to transgress the boundaries of the...
- "So oft to the movies they've been": British fan writing and female audiences in the silent cinema. Stead, Lisa Rose // Transformative Works & Cultures;2011, Vol. 6, p16
The article discusses the ways in which silent-era fan magazines were used by working-class and lower-middle-class British women as a space for articulating their role within the development of a female film culture. According to the author, fan letters are an example of women's involvement in...
- Rate your energy level. Murray, Linda J. // Women's Sports & Fitness;Oct93, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p52
Features a quiz to determine a working woman's natural energy level. Questionnaire; Evaluation of scores.
- `The biggest career goof I ever made'. Frank, Christina // Redbook;Nov95, Vol. 186 Issue 1, p120
Presents career blunders that famous women made and how they used these blunders into lucky breaks. Includes television anchorwoman Tabitha Soren; Mrs. Fields Cookies chairman of the board Debbi Fields; former White House press secretary Dee Dee Myers.
- The Politics of Working-Class Women in the Weimar Republic. Peterson, Brian // Central European History (Brill Academic Publishers);Jun77, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p87
Women workers in Weimar Germany were an important force within the workers' movement, and generally supported the Social Democrats rather than the Communists. Women workers were generally less concentrated than male workers, and thus less inclined to see the working class as a powerful group...
- A Day in the Life. Royce, Marc // Town & Country;Mar2000, Vol. 154 Issue 5238, p126
Presents fashion trends and looks for a career woman and mother in the 21st century.
- Work in the cash economy. // Women's International Network News;Winter95, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p79
Presents statistics on women's work in the cash economy according to the Demographic and Health Surveys program. Percentages of women ages 15-49 years who working for cash.
- With young women on board, feminism rebounds. Costello, Carol // Fort Worth Business Press;3/31/2014, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p33
In this article, the author discusses the definition of the word "feminism" and shares her views on how it has emerged with the emergence of women in the professional field, despite of being targeted by people across the world from time to time.
- WORK IT GIRL. Gregory, Deborah // Heart & Soul;Mar2003, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p54
Profiles three career oriented women and describes their life and job profile.