The Rise of Professional Women in France

Gender and Public Administration since 1830

The Rise of Professional Women in France: Gender and Public Administration since 1830 Author Linda L. Clark
Isbn 052177344X
File size 2MB
Year 2001
Pages 340
Language English
File format PDF
Category History

Book Description:

"[Clark] has not only produced a remarkably thorough and richly detailed analysis of the administrative services and the professional women who staffed them, but in addition the chronological sweep of the book provides a rare view of the long-term evolution of women's administrative work. Effectively using personnel dossiers and interviews with women civil servants, Clark balances statistics and administrative detail with invaluable individual career histories. In short, this is an excellent case study of the relationship between women, the state, and public life that shows how the expansion of state administration created gender segregation in public sector employment over nearly 150 years." Journal of Modern History

 

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