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Doing It the Hard Way: Investigations of Gender and Technology
Part 1 Women, technology and the corporations: sex stratification, technology and organizational change - a longitudinal case study of AT farming out the home - women and the agribusiness
In the Margins: Flexibility as a Mode of Regulation in the Temporary Help Service Industry
As firms increasingly rely on temporary clerical workers, previous control mechanisms centred in the workplace no longer are sufficient to maintain labor discipline and ensure production quality and
Compromising positions: emergent neo-Fordisms and embedded gender contracts.
  • H. Gottfried
  • Economics
    The British journal of sociology
  • 1 June 2000
TLDR
This paper adopts a regulation framework to chart the emergence of neo-Fordism as a flexible accumulation regime and mode of social regulation and makes visible the differentiated gender effects of work transformation in each country.
Mechanisms of control in the temporary help service industry
As firms increasingly rely on temporary clerical workers, previous control mechanisms centered in the workplace no longer are sufficient to maintain labor discipline and ensure production quality and
Pathways to Economic Security: Gender and Nonstandard Employment in Contemporary Japan
Compiling data from several government surveys, this article identifies key social indicators of economic security associated with nonstandard employment in Japan. Empirical trends of nonstandard
There's Safety in Numbers
TLDR
The creation and operation of the Sexual Harassment Advisers' Network is discussed, the benefits of networks in general and of the sexual harassment advisers' network in particular are discussed, and its success (and limitations) in creating a safer environment for both complainants and complaint-receivers are evaluated.
Feminism and social change : bridging theory and practice
How likely is feminist research to promote change in society? Are some research methods more successful at promoting change than others? Contributors to this volume discuss principles of feminist
Gendering the knowledge economy : comparative perspectives
List of figures List of tables Preface Notes on Editors PART ONE: RE-CONCEPTUALIZING THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY, GENDER AND REGULATION Introduction: Theorizing the Gendering of the New Economy:
Gendering Work: Deconstructing the Narrative of the Japanese Economic Miracle
The story of the Japanese system, held up as a model for economic prosperity and growth, underplays the role of non-standard labour in the narrative of `success'. Our analysis deconstructs the
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