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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.