Gender and the workplace

Mac an Ghaill (1994) argues that changes within society such as new technology and the feminisation of the workplace is causing working class men, in particular to face a 'crisis of masculinity'. They have lost their traditional jobs and are unprepared for other skill areas, also women are appearing to take jobs men might otherwise have done as the labour market is becoming more feminist.

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Gender and the workplace

Mac an Ghaill (1994) argues that changes within society such as new technology and the feminisation of the workplace is causing working class men, in particular to face a 'crisis of masculinity'. They have lost their traditional jobs and are unprepared for other skill areas, also women are appearing to take jobs men might otherwise have done as the labour market is becoming more feminist.

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