ERIC Number: ED069926
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
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Women in the Work Force. Confrontation with Change Series.
Katzell, Mildren E., Ed.; Byham, William C., Ed.
An outgrowth of a conference, this book defines issues, identifies problems, and suggests courses of action that will lead to the full utilization of women in the work force. Chapters are: (1) "The Current Status of the Employment of Women" by C. East; (2) "Women's Liberation Means Putting Sex in Its Place" by W. S. Heide; (3) "Employment Implications of Psychological Characteristics of Men and Women" by E. Matthews; (4) "What is Labor Doing About Women in the Work Force" by D. Haener; (5) "What Management is Doing About Women in the Work Force" by E. N. Bomsey; (6) "What Government is Doing About Women in the Work Force" by J. Wilks; and (7) "Where Do We Go From Here?" by T. Costello. (SB)
Descriptors: Conference Reports, Employed Women, Employment Opportunities, Employment Patterns, Feminism, Labor Force, Labor Utilization, Psychological Characteristics, Sex Differences, Social Change
Behavioral Publications, Inc., 2852 Broadway-Morningside Heights, New York, N.Y. 10025
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Note: Proceedings of a Conference of the New York State Psychological Association, Division of Personnel Psychology (New York, November 1970)