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The Women's Movement and Women's Employment in Nineteenth Century Britain
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Part I: Introduction Chapter 1: The question of middle class women's work Part II: The Constraints of Women's Work Chapter 2: The constraints of gentility: The seperation of work and home and the emergence of the male-breadwinner norm Chapter 3: The constraints of feminity: The domestic ideology Chapter 4: What was 'women's work'? The patriarchal household and employers' 'knowledge' Part III: Strong-minded women Chapter 5: Bluestockings, philanthropists and the religious heterodoxy Chapter 6: Girl's education, governesses, and the ladies' colleges Chapter 7: Female philanthropy and the middle class nurse Part IV: The Women's Movement Chapter 8: Redefining "Women's Sphere": Confronting the Domestic Ideology Chapter 9: Redefining "Women's Work": Creating a "Pull Factor" Chapter 10: Redefining "Ladies Work": Creating a "Push Factor"

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'Ellen Jordan's discussion of women's employment and the 'Women's Movement' meets its aim of deepening understanding of the social and economic factors influencing the expansion of women's work in nineteenth-century Britain.' - Megan Smitley, Business History Vol.42, No. 4, Oct 2000

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