By Merna Forster
This inspiring assortment profiles impressive girls ― heroines in technology, game, preaching and educating, politics, struggle and peace, arts and leisure, and mor
In a hundred Canadian Heroines you’ll meet awesome ladies in technology, activity, preaching and instructing, politics, conflict and peace, arts and leisure, and so forth. The publication is filled with remarkable evidence and engaging minutiae approximately interesting figures. notice the various many heroines Canada may be happy with. learn the way we’re remembering them. Or now not!
Augmented through nice rates and pictures, this inspiring assortment profiles impressive ladies ― heroines in technological know-how, recreation, preaching and educating, politics, struggle and peace, arts and leisure, and extra. Profiles comprise mountaineer Phyllis Munday, activist disguise Shimizu, unionist Lea Roback, and picture multi-millionaire Mary Pickford.
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More recently, though, it has been partially undermined by the imposition of more restrictive contribution conditions, which have particularly disadvantaged women (Lister, 1992a). More fundamentally, as noted earlier, women's position in the labour market is still inferior to that of men. So, therefore, is their position in a social security system in which entitlement, by way of contribution tests, depends on previous employment status and favours male employment patterns (Land, 1988). This is not just a British phenomenon.
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100 Canadian Heroines by Merna Forster