Idle Women: Challenging Gender Stereotypes on Britain’s Inland Waterways During the Second World War View Full Text


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DATE

2014

AUTHORS

Barbara Hately-Broad , Bob Moore

ABSTRACT

Debates about the mobilisation of women into employment during both the First World War and the Second World War have become an integral element of modern British social history. The subject was extensively examined in works by Arthur Marwick, Penny Summerfield and Harold Smith in the 1980s and 1990s,1 all of whom focussed on the acknowledged extension of female labour into the workforce during the two wars and whether this improved their economic and social status at the same time as developing their confidence and self-consciousness. Whilst their work did not produce a consensus on the precise importance of war as an agent for this type of social change it served to prompt further studies that analysed, for example, women’s employment in the inter-war period2 and considered how their deployment as labour in Second World War affected their post-war lives.3 In the wider literature on women drafted into the labour force during the 1939-1945 conflict, some areas of employment such as the Women’s Land Army,4have received rather more attention than others. The fourfold increase in women deployed on Britain’s railway network by 1945 and those working in the dockyards, has, for example, been largely ignored.5 More... »

PAGES

201-216

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The Home Front in Britain

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978-1-137-34897-5
978-1-137-34899-9

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1057/9781137348999_13

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