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Belzer, R. M., E. van der Putte, J. Visser, T. Wilthagen.
The Netherlands: From Atypicality to Typicality'.
Bloch, A.
Zimbabweans in Britain: Transnational Activities and Capabilities.
Bronstein, A. S.
Temporary Work in Western Europe: Threat or Complement to Permanent Employment?
Campbell, Iain, Martha MacDonald, Leah F. Vosko.
Introduction: Gender and the Concept of Precarious Employment.
Charles, N., Emma James.
The Gender Dimensions of Job Insecurity in a Local Labour Market.
Clarke, Linda.
Disparities in Wage Relations and Social Reproduction.
Esping-Andersen, Gosta.
A New Gender Contract.
Fagan, Colette, Jill Rubery.
Gender Segregation in Societal Context.
Gonas, Lena, Jan Ch Karlsson.
Gender Segregation: Divisions of Work in Post-Industrial Welfare States.
Knights, David, Glenn Morgan.
Gendering Jobs: Corporate Strategies, Managerial Control and Dynamics of Job Segregation.
Knijn, Trudie, Frits van Wel.
The Labor Market Orientation of Single Mothers on Welfare in the Netherlands.
MacDonald, Martha, Peter Sinclair, Deatra Walsh.
Labour Migration and Mobility in Newfoundland: Social Transformation and Community in Three Rural Areas.
Persson, I.
Glastak Och Glasvaggar? Den Konssegregerade Arbetsmarknaden (Glass Ceilings and Glass Walls? The Sex Segregated Labour Market).
Pfau-Effinger, Birgit.
Development of Culture, Welfare States and Women's Employment in Europe.
Standing, Guy.
Meshing Labour Flexibility With Security: An Answer to British Unemployment?
Visser, J., M. Yerkes.
Women's Preferences or Delineated Policies? The Development of Part-Time Work in the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom.
Vosko, Leah F., Nancy Zukewich.
Precarious by Choice? Gender and Self-Employment.
Walsh, J.
Experiencing Part-Time Work: Temporal Tensions, Social Relations and the Work-Family Interface.
Webb, J.
Gender, Work and Transitions in the Local State.
Whitehouse, G.
From Family Wage to Parental Leave: The Changing Relationship Between Arbitration and the Family.

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