The Making of Women Trade Unionists

1st Edition

Gill Kirton

Routledge
Published November 28, 2016
Reference - 200 Pages
ISBN 9781138276611 - CAT# Y315594
Series: Gender and Organizational Theory

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Summary

In what will be essential reading for all industrial relations scholars, Gill Kirton considers the social construction of women's trade union participation in the context of male dominated trade unions. Exploring the making and progress of women's trade union careers, this book locates the issues within the context of their experiences of three interlocking social institutions - the union, work and family. The book examines how and why women embark on trade union careers, the social processes which shape women's gender and union identities and the combined influences of union/work/family contexts on the trajectory of women's union careers. Additionally, the book offers a historical overview of the development of women's trade union education and separate organizing, with original analysis and historical data.

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