An International Comparison
Edited by Hans-Peter Blossfeld and Heather Hofmeister
Globalization, Uncertainty and Women’s Careers assesses the effects of globalization on the life courses of women in thirteen countries across Europe and America in the second half of the 20th century.
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- Globalization, Uncertainty and Women’s Careers An International Comparison
- Chapter 1: Globalization, Uncertainty and Women’s Mid-Career Life Courses: A Theoretical Framework
- Chapter 2: Women’s Employment in Times of Globalization: A Comparative Overview
- Chapter 3: Women’s Employment in West Germany
- Chapter 4: Changes in Women’s Employment and Occupational Mobility in the Netherlands: 1995 to 2000
- Chapter 5: Globalization, Deindustrialization and the Labor Market Experiences of Swedish Women, 1950 to 2000
- Chapter 6: Danish Women’s Unemployment, Job Mobility and Non-Employment, 1980s and 1990s: Marked by Globalization?
- Chapter 7: Women’s Career Mobility in Hungary
- Chapter 8: Women’s Employment in Estonia
- Chapter 9: Women and the Labor Market in the Czech Republic: Transition from a Socialist to a Social-Democratic Regime?
- Chapter 10: Women and the Labor Market in Poland: From Socialism to Capitalism
- Chapter 11: Women’s Employment in Britain
- Chapter 12: Women’s Employment Transitions and Mobility in the United States: 1968 to 1991
- Chapter 13: Labor Force Dynamics and Occupational Attainment Across Three Cohorts of Women in Urban Mexico
- Chapter 14: Mid-Career Women in Contemporary Italy: Economic and Institutional Changes
- Chapter 15: Hard Choices: Can Spanish Women Reconcile Job and Family?
- Chapter 16: The Impact of Gender Role Attitudes on Women’s Life Courses
- Chapter 17: Women’s Careers in an Era of Uncertainty: Conclusions from a 13-Country International Comparison
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