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Gender roles in American life : a documentary history of political, social, and economic changes / Constance L. Shehan, editor.

Contributor(s): Shehan, Constance L [editor.] | Gale (Firm).
Series: Gale eBooks.Publisher: Santa Barbara, California : ABC-CLIO, [2018]Copyright date: �2018Description: 1 online resource (2 volumes (xix, 608 pages)).Content type: text | text Media type: computer | computer Carrier type: online resource | online resourceISBN: 9781440859595.Subject(s): Sex role -- United States -- History | Sex role -- United States -- History -- Sources | United States -- Politics and government -- Sources | United States -- History -- SourcesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Gender roles in American life.DDC classification: 305.30973 Online resources: Available online to NMC users; click to view.
Incomplete contents:
v. 1. 1775-1954 -- v. 2. 1955-present.
Summary: This book 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. It provides firsthand experiences of women and men who have been on the front lines of these changes and different ideological perspectives on where men and women stand in American society today.
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GVRL-PMT Online HQ1075.5.U6 G4674 2018 EBOOK (Browse shelf) 1 Available online - NMC Login required 2019-236264

Includes bibliographical references and index.

v. 1. 1775-1954 -- v. 2. 1955-present.

This book 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. It provides firsthand experiences of women and men who have been on the front lines of these changes and different ideological perspectives on where men and women stand in American society today.

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