This dynamic volume illustrates the expanded notion of apoliticala that has evolved as a result of the women's movement. Rich in analysis and description, the chapters offer clear-cut policy proposals and new conceptualizations of organizational frameworks and concepts that have consequence for the lives of women and men in such areas as the staging of careers, the division of labor in family and professional settings, and nepotism. Contributors focus on the interconnections between traditional political behavior and the larger social context in which it is played out. The Politics of Professionalism, Opportunity, Employment, and Gender presents a current and realistic picture of the complexity of the political processes and a better sense of the less obvious elements that determine the political process.Wabash College IRENE DIAMOND, Womena#39;s Studies Program, University of California at Los Angeles JEAN BETHKE ... Southern University VIRGINIA SAPIRO, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Wisconsin at Madisonanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Politics of Professionalism, Opportunity, Employment, and Gender|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1987|