G674; Gender inequality

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Rates of part time working
44% females part time, 8% of males.
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Barren and Norris
Women are more likely to be found in the second sector.
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Glass ceiling - EOC
9% top company directors, 6% high court judges, 18% MPS
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Goodman and Shepard
Women earn ten percent less for the same work.
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PAhl
Men have more personal spending money, women cut back when money is short.
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Gannon -
women have a double disadvantage - likely to be poorer when old, less occupational pension. dwindling status when husbands dies.
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Denscome and Marsden
Triple shift - paid, domestic, emotion work.
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Single parent families
90% female headed. 30% single parent families live in poverty
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oakley
A womens work never ends
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Ansley
womens are the takers of ****, the revolutionary sponge.
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Crompton
May see further decline in sex typed occupation due to decline in sex typed industries.
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Desai
1 in 5 women earn more than their partners.
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Burghes
Men increasingly playing the father role.
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Mac an Ghail
Crisis of masculinity
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Beynon
deindustrialisation damaging for working class men.
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Barren and Norris

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Women are more likely to be found in the second sector.

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Glass ceiling - EOC

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Card 4

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Goodman and Shepard

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PAhl

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