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The employment of women in Great Britain 1891-1921

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This is a study of women’s employment in Great Britain from 1891 to 1921 with special reference to its division from men’s. It examines, first, the occupational distribution of the nation’s labour force during the 1891-1914 period and finds a definite division between the work done by women and the work done by men. It then asks what factors underlay women’s absence from the work men did and women’s presence and men’s absence from the work women did. After answering these questions it show...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Oxford college:
St Anne's College
Department:
Faculty of Modern History

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Supervisor
Publication date:
1967
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
URN:
uuid:3f61ec5c-260c-44cb-b9ff-60e171068e20
Local pid:
ora:5215

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