The California cauldron : immigration and the fortunes of local communities
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Table of Contents:
- Pt. I.
- Introduction and background.
- Theories and explanations for occupational segregation by sex.
- Review of cross national studies of occupational segregation by sex
- Pt. II.
- Description of study data and occupational segregation statistics.
- Comparability of data between countries and within countries over time.
- Measuring occupational segregation.
- Sensitivity of segregation statistics to degree of disaggregation in occupational classification.
- Description of study regions
- Pt. III.
- Occupational segregation around the world The present situation.
- Occupational segregation by sex based on data for six non agricultural occupations.
- Occupational segregation by sex based on detailed occupational data: Inequality indices.
- Occupational segregation by sex based on detailed occupational data: Extent to which occupations are male dominated or female dominated.
- Occupations typically held by men and women.
- Patterns in occupational segregation by sex based on combinations of different inequality statistics
- Pt. IV.
- Occupational segregation by sex around the world changes in the past two decades.
- Recent changes in occupational segregation by sex based on inequality indices.
- Recent changes in the extent to which male and female non agricultural labour forces are in gender dominated occupations.
- Recent changes in the feminization of 17 important "male" and "female" occupations
- Pt. V.
- Main findings.
- Summary and conclusion.