ERIC Number: ED100570
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Aug
Reference Count: N/A
Rural Women Workers in the 20th Century: An Annotated Bibliography. Center for Rural Manpower and Public Affairs Special Paper No. 15.
Moser, Collette; Johnson, Deborah Kohn
This annotated bibliography is dedicated to rural women workers and their roles during the 20th century (1875-1971). It is concerned with materials which consider both the questions of rural manpower and rural womanpower. There are a variety of source materials (books, articles, research papers, etc.) and some 338 entries. Divided into six sections, the categories are defined as follows: (1) Investment in Human Resources (preparation for work) including Migration and Mobility and Education, Counseling, Training, and Labor Market Information; (2) Labor Force Participation (work itself) including Quantitative Reasons for Working, Quantitative Unemployment, Quantitative Part-time and Full-time Employment, Qualitative Farm, Qualitative Nonfarm, and Qualitative Household; (3) Problem Areas including Problems of Working in Farm Management, Problems and Issues at Work, and Problems of Working: Day Care; (4) Organizations including Work-Unions, Farm, Social, and Civic, and Women's Liberation; (5) General Aspects including Fertility, Population, Demography, and Trends; Rural Development and Economic Change; Rural Life--Miscellaneous; and (6) International Trends (a sampling of the exhaustive material available on international women). There are no cross references. (JC)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Manpower Administration (DOL), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. Center for Rural Manpower and Public Affairs.