John A. Matthews and David T. Herbert
3. The human dimension: people in their places
4. Love, sex, gender, and philosophy
4. Men’s work, women’s work
The Industrial Revolution provided women with more choices in the world of work. For a long time, however, women still regarded work as secondary. By the mid-19th century, these structures started to change with the sexual politics of the times, causing a separation of male and female workers. By the early 20th century, the all-female typing pool and all-male factory floor was firmly entrenched. ‘Men's work, women's work’ looks at gender segregation at work around the world and in the domestic setting. Who has benefited from the blurring of the gender divide at work?
8. Where next for family law?
Sport is a physical activity still enjoyed as a natural expression of athleticism and energy, in many different forms and settings, by millions of people around the globe. At the elite level, sport is a multi-billion dollar global business. The Conclusion shows that the 19th-century idea of fair play and sportsmanship still shapes the way in which sport is thought about. But at the core, much of the practice and business of sport is rotten, and does not conform to the ethical and moral ideals that it was founded on. It also concludes that sport, despite all its
Peter K. Smith
8. Sexual and romantic development, early parenthood, and emerging adulthood
1. From the Greeks to Gladstone