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Thai Writing (Workbook)
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With separate workbooks for reading practice and writing practice, these texts are useful tools for learning the Thai language. The reading section contains appendices on the history of the language while the writing section contains many practice...



Work in France
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In tobacco fields, auto and radio factories, cigarmakers' tenements, textile mills, print shops, insurance companies, restaurants, and bars, notions of masculinity and femininity have helped shape the development of work and the working class. The...



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Gender and Racial Inequality at Work
The Sources and Consequences of Job Segregation
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The New American Workplace
Transforming Work Systems in the United States
Eileen Appelbaum, Rosemary Batt



Pharaoh's Workers
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Making Workers Soviet
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This book examines the shifting identity of the "working class" in late tsarist and early Soviet societies.



Working from the Margins
Voices of Mothers in Poverty
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Virginia E. Schein shatters the stereotype of mothers on welfare. The women she interviewed in cities, towns, and rural areas talked to her about their deep committment to the children they are raising in poverty, about the abuse they have endured...



Transforming Women's Work
New England Lives in the Industrial Revolution
Thomas Dublin
Dublin provides a broad account of women's work during the industrial transformation of America, testing the typicality of the factory experience against other forms of female employment.



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