Women in British Public Life, 1914-1950: Gender, Power, and Social Policy

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Longman, 2000 - History - 260 pages
An examination of the ways in which women challenged the British educational, employment and welfare systems after the franchise. Helen Jones explores how women adapted their strategies to confront the system from within, and what constraints were imposed on them. She also examines the active role that British women played in Continental Europe, and an important comparative chapter looks at the experience of women in France, Germany, Italy, Australia and the USA.

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Contents

First World War
13
Working in Education Health and Welfare
47
Campaigning against the Gendered Impact of Poverty
73
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Goldsmiths College, London

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