Ellen Israel Rosen presents a COMPELLING PORTRAIT OF MARRIED WOMEN WHO WORK ON NEW portrait of married women who work on New assembly lines while they also maintain their homes and marriages With skill and sympathy she documents the reasons these women work; their experiences on the job in the union and at home; the sources of their job satisfaction; and their management of the double day The major issue for this segment
Of The Labor Force Rosen the labor force Rosen is not whether to work but the availability and uality of jobs Rosen argues that deindustrialization plant closings and job displacement confronts blue collar
women factory workersfactory workers a bitter choice between work at lower and Ower wages or no work at all Drawing on uantitative and ualitative data from interviews with than two hundred such women factory workers Rosen traces the ways in which women who do unskilled factory work have gained in self esteem ways in which women who do unskilled factory work have gained in *self esteem well as financial stability from holding paid jobs Throughout Rosen explores the relationship between public work *esteem well as financial stability from holding paid jobs Throughout Rosen explores the relationship between public work and private family life She analyzes the dynamics of two paycheck working class families clarifies relationships between class and gender and explores the impact of patriarchy and capitalism on working class women At the same time
Rosen Places Women's Job Loss Within Theplaces women's job loss within the economic context.
Download í eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Ellen Israel RosenOf global industrial transformations demonstrating how international capital shifts to cheaper labor in developing countries as well as technological progress are changing the shape of the entire American labor force and are beginning to undermine the material and symbolic gains of the American female factory worker the promise of market euality and progressive working conditions This book is a significant contribution to our understanding of women's work and family lives but
it is also a valuable look at the conseuences of deindustrializationis also a valuable look at the conseuences of deindustrialization America for Workers Their Families And their families and communities Myra Marx Ferree American Journal of