Women in the Workplace
- housewife, mother, other: needs and helpers. Katz, Judith K.; Knapp, Nancy H. // Personnel & Guidance Journal;Oct74, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p105
Focuses on efforts by women with school-age children in the United States to find employment. Impact of the women's liberation movement; Agencies and counselors that have been helping women in their quest for jobs; Challenges that counselors have the opportunity to meet.
- WOMEN'S HIGH LEVEL TRAINING AND WORK: WHERE TO NOW? Parrish, John B. // Training & Development Journal;Nov70, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p20
Discusses the efforts of women's organizations in increasing the participation of talented women in high level work in the U.S. Enactment of equal rights legislation; Development of women's higher education; Spread toward coeducation.
- Evolution of the Feminist Movement in Japan. Matsui, Machiko // NWSA Journal;Summer90, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p435
Describes the emergence of the contemporary Japanese feminist movement in the early 1970s. Evolution of the movement through 1990; Women's protest against the outcome of postwar industrialization; Increase in the number of housewives who left their homes to seek paid employment; Significance of...
- Female police officers in Israel: Patterns of integration and discrimination. Shadmi, Erella // Feminist Issues;Fall93, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p23
This article analyzes the history of the employment of women in the Israel Police and explores the status of women in the force in terms of their number, rank, and assignment. It indicates the social, personal and organizational factors that explain women's entrance and integration into the...
- THIS FEMINIST THING. Stewart, Jenny // Quadrant Magazine;Nov2001, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p20
Discusses the concept of feminism in the employment industry in Australia. Obstacles of achieving male and female equality; Reasons for the under-representation of women in the society; Number of women executives; Significance of communication in the workplace to restore gender equality.
- DESPITE HITLER, SHAKESPEARE AND THE ACCOUNTANT. Engelman, Eva // Quadrant Magazine;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 7/8, p72
Presents an article on the subjects of the entry of women in the workforce, feminism and the domination of men in Australia. Capability of women to pursue a career and their social ambitions; Writers that focus on women's freedom; Impact of the creation of an invisible God on the place of women...
- Do microfinance programs benefit women in developing countries? Siraj, Mazhar // Advancing Women in Leadership;2012, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p1
This paper looks at the case for and against the view that microfinance programs benefit women in developing countries, based on a selective body of research. The analysis suggests that women constitute the largest pie of the clientele of microfinance programs at the global level. Broadly, these...
- Emancipation of Female Characters from the Shackles of Social Restrains:(With special reference to Anita Desai's 'Cry The Peacock'). Chanda, Priyanka // International Journal of Educational Research & Technology;Dec2013, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p45
Today's India offers a lot of opportunities to women, with women having a voice in everyday life, the business world as well as in political life. Nevertheless India is still a male dominated society, where women are often seen as subordinate and inferior to men.. However, even though India is...
- From the Editors! Lisaniler, Fatma Güven; Aliefendioğlu, Hanife // Kadin/Woman 2000;Dec2015, Vol. 16 Issue 2, preceding p1
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editors discuss various papers published within the issue, including "Missing Women: Gender Inequality and the Capability Deprivation," "Employed Married Women: Gender Roles, Life Satisfaction, Job Satisfaction and Marital Adjustment," and...