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01.01 job change/mobility
. . .01.01.01 geographical mobility
. . .01.01.01 mobility of workers
. . .01.01.02 foreign worker
. . .01.01.02 immigration
. . .01.01.02 immigration
. . .01.01.03 career
. . .01.01.03 job change?
. . .01.01.03 employee recruitment
. . .01.01.04 free movement of workers
01.02 professional personnel
. . .01.02.01 public employee
. . .01.02.02 service industries
. . .01.02.03 teachers
. . .01.02.04 industrial worker
. . .01.02.05 care assistants, nurse
. . .01.02.06 building and construction worker
01.03 workforce diversity
. . .01.03.01 white collar workers
. . .01.03.01 highly-educated
. . .01.03.01 skilled/qualified worker
. . .01.03.01 blue collar concept
. . .01.03.01 unskilled worker
. . .01.03.01 white collar concept/salaried worker
. . .01.03.01 apprentice
. . .01.03.02 retired person, retirement
. . .01.03.02 elderly people, seniors
. . .01.03.03 youth
. . .01.03.03 child workers
. . .01.03.04 ethnicity, immigration
01.04 gender
. . .01.04.01 mainstreaming
. . .01.04.01 gender equality
. . .01.04.02 women, conditions; women's work
01.05 self employment
. . .01.05.01 free-lance
. . .01.05.02 telework
. . .01.05.02 teleworking
. . .01.05.03 teleworking/distance work/homeworking
. . .01.05.04 atypical conditions of employment
01.06 social exposed groups
. . .01.06.01 social inclusive labour market
. . .01.06.01 social responsibility, enterprise
. . .01.06.01 equal opportunity
. . .01.06.01 ethics
. . .01.06.02 people with disabilities
01.07 collective conditions, special
. . .01.07.01 worker, working class
. . .01.07.01 working class lore
. . .01.07.02 solidarity
. . .01.07.03 organisational culture
01.08 family, leisure time
. . .01.08.01 family affairs
. . .01.08.01 parental
. . .01.08.02 leasure/spare time
Articles in T2M Yearbook:

Anette Eklund Hansen, Steen Baagøe Nielsen, Mette Lykke Nielsen, Vibeke Kold og Jo Krøjer: Introduction

Bibi Hølge-Hazelton: The Feminization of General Medical Practice

Helle Bach og Peter Sidelmann: Why are women so relatively poorly represented at the executive level within the Danish ministries?

Sidsel Lond Grosen og Karen Il Wol Knudsen: "That is what women do"

Lise Lotte Hansen: Is it possible to create gender equality in the labour movement?

Nina Roth: Union Education in the Spirit of the Times

Karen Valeur Sjørup: Shut the phone and forget the mail-box. About time, children og gender.

Annette Bilfeldt og Elsebeth Hofmeister: Gender, Autonomy and Quality in Working Life

Karen Valeur Sjørup: Gender and work during the childhood and adolescence of gender research in Denmark

Vibeke Kold: From gender segregation to equality

Elin Kvande: Power and gender in the new working life

Alex Larsen: Ethnic Discrimination, Equality and Integration on the Labour Market

Ruth Emerek: National plans for employment

Alan Walker: Ageing and employment in the european union.

Henning Kirk og Jesper Wégens: From Protection to Discrimination

Jesper Wégens, Henning Kirk, Jørgen Burchardt og Vibeke Kold: Introduction

Jo Krøjer: Gender in working life




Debra L. Nelson og Ronald J. Burke: Gender, Work Stress, and Health

Amy G. Mazur: State feminism, women's movements, and job training

Louis Diamant og Jo Ann Lee: The psychology of sex, gender, and jobs

Sybil Lilpschultz: Women, the law and the workplace. Vol. 1

Sybil Lilpschultz: Women, the law and the workplace. Vol. 2

Sybil Lilpschultz: Women, the law and the workplace. Vol. 3

Maria Charles og David B. Grusky: Occupational Ghettos

Nada K. Kakabadse og Andrew Kakabadse: Intimacy

Laurel Smith-Doerr: Women's Work

James E. Gruber og Phoebe Morgan: In the company of men

Hans-Peter Blossfeld og Melinda Mills: Globalization, uncertainty and men's careers

Hans-Peter Blossfeld og Heather Hofmeister: Glomalization, unvertainty and women's careers

Janet Holmes: Gendered talk at work

Patricia Lewis og Ruth Simpson: Gendering emotions in organizations

Rosemary Crompton, Suzan Lewis og Clare Lyonette: Women, men, work and family in Europe

Ruth Simpson og Patricia Lewis: Voice, visibility and the gendering of organizations

Faye J. Crosby: Sex discrimination in the workplace

Louise Mullany: Gendered discourse in professional communication

Harriet Bradley og Geraldine Healy: Ethnicity and gender at work

Barne- og Likestillingsdepartementet: Kjønn og lønn

Harriet Bradley: Gender and Power in the Work Place

Ann Numhauser-Henning: Legal perspectives on equal treatment and non-discrimination

Raymond Markey: Women and Workplace Discrimination

Robin Jely, Maureen A. Scully og Erica Gabrielle Foldy: Reader in Gender, Work, and Organization

ILO: Good practices

Marcia B. Cohen og Audrey Mullender: Gender and groupwork

David Neumark: Sex differences in labor markets

Anne-Marie Mooney Cotter: Gender Injustice

Juanita Elias: Fashioning Inequality

Annette Funk: Geschlechterdiskurs in der Personalpolitik

Chris Baldry: Meaning of work in the new economy

Brendan Burchell, Colette Fagan, Catherine O'Brien og Mark Smith: Working conditions in the European Union

Silvia Gherardi og Barbara Poggio: Gendertelling in organizations

Harriet Bradley og Geraldine Healy: Ethnicity and gender at work

George P. Politakis: Night work of women in industry

Hugh Mosley, Jacqueline O'Reilly og Klaus Schömann: Labour markets, gender and institutional change

Etta Olgiati og Gillian Shapiro: Promoting gender equality in the workplace

Liset van Dijk og Tanja van der Lippe: Women's Employment in a Comparative Perspective

Barbara Bagilhole: Women in Non-traditional Occupations

Petra Foubert: The legal protection of the pregnant worker in the European Community

Suvi Lehtinen, Helena Taskinen og Jorma Rantanen: Women at work

Jill Rubery, Mark Smith og Colette Fagan: Women's Employment in Europe

Joni Lovenduski og Susan Stephenson: Women in decision-making

Rosemary Crompton: Restructuring Gender Relations and Employment

Harriet Bradley: Gender and Power in the Work Place

Debra Street, Sara Arber og Jay Ginn: Women, work and pensions

Fiona Colgan og Sue Ledwith: Gender, diversity and trade unions

Chun Soonok: They are not machines

P. Belcher, H. Sampson, M. Thomas, J. Veiga og M. Zhao: Women seafarers

Karine S. Moe: Women, family, and work

Lena-Karin Erlandsson: 101 Women's Patterns of Daily Occupations

Katrina Hugosson: Working Life, Sustainable Health and Retirement for Women

Birgit Pfau-Effinger: Development of Culture, Welfare States and Women's Employment in Europe

Laurent Vogel: The gender workplace health gap in Europe

Sarah Jenkins: Gender, Place and the Labour Market

Edelgard Kutzner: Die Un-Ordnung der Geschlechter

James H. Humphrey: Women and stress

Nuria Chinchilla og Consuelo León: Female Ambition

Nan Mooney: I can't believe she did that!

Selina Todd: Young women, work, and family in England 1918-1950

Hans-Peter Blossfeld og Heather Hofmeister: Glomalization, unvertainty and women's careers

Judy Fudge og Rosemary Owens: Precarious work, women, and the new economy

Judith Glover og Gill Kirton: Women, employment and organizations

Kimberly J. Morgan: Working mothers and the welfare state

Ruth Woodfield: What women want from work

Teri L. Caraway: Assembling women

Daryl M. Hafter: Women at work in preindustrial France

Sharon Harley: Women's labor in the global economy

Jacqueline Scott, Shirley Dex og Heather Joshi: Women and employment