3 edition of Women work and environment found in the catalog.
Women work and environment
by Bangladesh Geographical Society and IGU Commission on Commercial Activity in Dhaka
Written in English
Contributed articles with reference to Bangladesh.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Rosie Majid Ahsan ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Ahsan, Rosie Majid., Bangladesh Geographical Society., IGU Commission on Commercial Activities.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1240.5.B36 W66 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||00403256|
1. The 9-to-5 environment. A “9-to-5” environment describes more than just working hours; it’s a mentality that says all work needs to conform to certain expectations. Overly strict. sexual harassment, in law, verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature, aimed at a particular person or group of people, especially in the workplace or in academic or other institutional settings, that is actionable, as in tort or under equal-opportunity statutes. Once stereotyped as involving pressures brought by one in authority (e.g., an employer, teacher, or ranking officer) on someone.
Women in the Work Environment If anyone plans to celebrate Equal Pay Day, they should understand that it is a travesty compared to what women actually have to face with in real life. It is true that society has improved the way it treats women overall. They are no longer limited to household work and have the right to vote. Box 6. Women’s Income Changed Social Norms and Improved Women’s Status within Household and Communities List of Tables Table 1. Methods Used for Case Study Review Table 2. Methods Used for Understanding Local Perception of Gender-Environment-Poverty Nexus Using PRA Table 3. Main Characteristics of the Communities in the Study Sites Table Size: 4MB.
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“Megan Stack is willing to confront hard questions that many of us flinch from: about the relationships between women and the women we hire to take care of our houses and our children, to do the traditional women’s work that gives ‘liberated women’ the time to do traditional men’s work/5(31).
Based on theoretical insights from ecofeminism, women and development, and postmodernism, and the convincing empirical work of numerous scholars, this book is organized around five aspects of gender relationships with the environment: Part I-gender divisions of labor, Part 2-property rights, Part 3-knowledge and strategies for sustainability, Part 4-environmental and social movements, and Part Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Women Work and Environment: Studies in Gender Geography Bangladesh Geographical Society and IGU Commission on Commercial Activity, - Women - pages 0 Reviews. Myra Strober is a labor economist and professor at the School of Education and at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University (by courtesy).
Myra was the founding director of the Clayman Institute for Gender Research (then the Center for Research on Women). Her memoir is Sharing the Work. Women’s work is often closely connected to the environment, so they are most vulnerable to environmental threats Women produce between 60 and 80 percent of the world’s food Women are the chief resource managers for many families across the world.
The number of women will continue to increase in the workforce. Women will continue to have primary responsibility for home and family matters, thus affecting work attendance negatively. What Employers Can Do: Employers will be challenged to provide family-friendly solutions for working people who need flexibility for child care and elder care Author: Susan M.
Heathfield. Increasing work pressure combined with chilly workplace environment seems to be another main factor that troubles women at workplace. The importance of working in a supportive and healthy office atmosphere with a group of understanding colleagues can’t be overstated.
According to Vandana Shiva in her book Staying Alive: Women, Ecology, and Development, women produce just over half of the world’s foods and are responsible for providing food to 80 percent of the world’s food insecure households.
Due to the nature of women’s relationships with the environment, environmental health is especially important to the livelihood of women globally. Based on theoretical insights from ecofeminism, women and development, and postmodernism, and the convincing empirical work of numerous scholars, this book is organized around five aspects of gender relationships with the environment: Part I-gender divisions of labor, Part 2-property rights, Part 3-knowledge and strategies for sustainability, Part 4-environmental and social Price: $ Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead is a book written by Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, and Nell Scovell, TV and magazine writer.
2 Reviews and criticism. Intersectionality: race, class, and sexual identity. 5 Further reading. 6 External links. The Leadership Ambition Gap: What Would You Do If You Author: Sheryl Sandberg. Women and the environment In the early s, an interest in women and their connection with the environment was sparked, largely by a book written by Esther Boserup entitled Woman's Role in Economic Development.
WOMEN, WORK, AND THE ECONOMY: MACROECONOMIC GAINS FROM GENDER EQUITY 4 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Women make up a little over half the world’s population, but their contribution to measured economic activity, growth, and well-being is far below its potential, with serious macroeconomic consequences.
Secondly, women are key managers of natural resources and powerful agents of change. Nidhi Tandon's research with rural women in Liberia and Fatima Jibrell's work in Somalia show how women are often more directly dependent on natural resources, with responsibility for the unpaid work of securing food, water, fuel and shelter for their household.
#GIRLBOSS, by Sophia Amoruso As a teen, Sophia Amoruso was shoplifting and dumpster-diving, jumping from menial job to menial job.
As an adult, she’s the founder, creative director, and CEO of Nasty Gal, a $million online retailer of clothes, shoes, and accessories for the same kind of irreverent, self-possessed, slightly punk/slightly hip-hop young woman she’s become.
It will be years before women have the same career prospects as men. No country in the world has closed its gender gap.
Even as female leaders steer multinationals and major economies, the reality in is a working world which still excludes, underpays, overlooks and exploits half.
Women's recovery from childbirth and their resumption of work and family commitments are likely to be influenced by such personal factors as preexisting health status, parity, breastfeeding, the availability of social support from family and friends and work-related factors, e.g., the timing of return to work, job stress, and workplace support.
2 Women and the Environment Summary of a Women Watch Online Discussion Moderated by Gender Unit, UNEP 1 – 26 February, I. Introduction The online discussion on Women and the Environment.
The paper presents the analysis of the working environment at different public sector organizations and the research done to understand the performance level of the employees due to the work environment, and also aims at suggesting few interactions to provide better work environment.
Executive Summary. Interviews with 10 women of color shed light on some of the common challenges faced by black women in the workplace, how they cope with those challenges, and how those coping.Work–life balance.
An increasing number of articles have promoted the importance of work–life balance. This highlights the current concern within society and organizations about the impact of multiple roles on the health and well-being of professional women and its implications regarding work and family performance, and women's role in society.Laws.
There are no laws specifically dealing with a hostile work environment. However, several federal anti-discrimination laws -- the Civil Rights Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act among them -- cover work environments where employees are subject to discriminatory harassment.