Gender Roles in American Life: A Documentary History of Political, Social, and Economic Changes [2 volumes]

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Constance L. Shehaneditor

Constance L. Shehan is professor of sociology and women's studies at the University of Florida.

Gender Roles in American Life: A Documentary History of Political, Social, and Economic Changes [2 volumes]

20180430

ABC-CLIO

Pages 648
Topics Current Events and Issues

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Gender Roles in American Life: A Documentary History of Political, Social, and Economic Changes [2 volumes]

Author(s): Constance L. Shehan
Contributors: Shehan, Constance;
Abstract:

This two-volume set examines how the evolution of gender roles in the United States has changed family dynamics, business practices, and our concepts of womanhood and manhood as well as affected debates about equality, political and military service, and childrearing roles and practices.


• Addresses an important, high-interest topic for students as well as general audiences: how and why gender roles have evolved dramatically in American culture

• Presents essential and illuminating primary documents from multiple perspectives—mal and female, conservative and progressive, historical and current

• Includes original headnotes and essays that provide essential context for a more complete understanding of documents and events

Editor(s): Shehan, Constance;
SortTitle: gender roles in american life: a documentary history of political, social, and economic changes [2 volumes]
Keyword(s): Current Events and Issues
Author Info:
Constance L. Shehaneditor

Constance L. Shehan is professor of sociology and women's studies at the University of Florida.

eISBN-13: 9781440859595
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440859588
Imprint: ABC-CLIO
Pages: 648
Publication Date: 20180430