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Men in caring occupations

Simpson, Ruth Professor.

Men in caring occupations

doing gender differently

by Simpson, Ruth Professor.

  • 187 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Professions -- Sex differences,
  • Occupations -- Sex differences,
  • Men -- Identity,
  • Men -- Employment -- Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRuth Simpson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD8038.A1 S55 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17051956M
    ISBN 109780230574069
    LC Control Number2008034889

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Cited by: Exploring how men in service and caring occupations (cabin crew, primary school teachers, nurses and librarians) both 'do' and 'undo' gender as they manage the potential mismatch between gender and occupational identity, this book engages with the key theoretical concepts of identity, visibility and emotions to examine men's : Palgrave Macmillan UK.

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Exploring how men in service and caring occupations (cabin crew, primary school teachers, nurses and librarians) both 'do' and 'undo' gender as they manage the potential mismatch between gender and occupational identity, this book engages with the key theoretical concepts of identity, visibility and emotions to examine men's experiences.

Men in Caring Occupations goes some way to overturn Mairtin Mac an Ghaill's () suggestion that the absence of focus on men and masculinities in mainstream academic research on occupations signals their "universal first-class status", precluding the need for further analysis.

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As there is less written about men in occupations where the majority of workers are women than the reverse, I was looking forward to reading Men in Caring Occupations, especially regarding the four occupations covered—airplane cabin crew, nurses, primary school teachers, and librarians.

The focus of the book is how men “negotiate the potential mismatch between the (feminine) nature of the. Men in Caring Occupations: Doing Gender Differently Show all authors.

Judith Lorber. Judith Lorber. See all articles by this author. Book Review: Ruth Simpson: Men in Caring Occupations: Doing Gender DifferentlyBasingstok Show details. The degradation of work and the end of the skilled emotion worker at Aer Lingus: is it all trolAuthor: Judith Lorber.

This article explores some of the ways in Men in caring occupations book men, in the context of Australia and the UK, ‘do’ gender in a non-traditional occupational context. It looks at the challenges men face in a non-traditional (e.g.

service and/or caring) role and the strategies adopted to manage gender and occupational identity. It does this through the themes of bodies and embodiment, the gendering of service Cited by: 2. In choosing traditionally male work over less-well paid female-dominated retail or caring occupations, these women were challenging the common pattern of segregation of women and men into different occupations, which is one of the primary causes of the persistent gender pay gap (on average women still receive 9% less than men’s hourly pay, or.

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women are naturally better caregivers than men. women instinctively know how to care for others better than men. gender establishes different cultures and expectations for. Women find occupations that involve caring more suitable to their nature.

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This book is about men who serve and care. In other words, it focuses on men who enter what have been identified as ‘feminine’ occupations.

These are occupations that are traditionally held by women Author: Ruth Simpson. Men, Masculinity and Non-traditional Occupations’, Gender Work and Organization 9(2): Google Scholar | Crossref Ely, R. () ‘The Social Construction of Relationships among Professional Women at Work’, in M.

Davidson and R. Burke (eds) Women in Management: Current Research Issues, pp. - Cited by:   Men in Caring Occupations – Doing Gender Differently Men in Caring Occupations – Doing Gender Differently Ruth Simpson, professor of management at Brunel Business School in Uxbridge, Middlesex, has researched gender roles in employment.

She looked at the experiences of men in four traditionally female-dominated areas: aircraft cabin crew, primary school. Read "Book Review: Men in Caring Occupations, Doing Gender Differently by R. Simpson, International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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As women enter management, gender seems to operate as an organizing logic so that women end up in caring-centered occupations and men in occupations that focus on the production of goods. Occupational Segregation Contributes to the Gender Pay Gap Women and men remain concentrated in different jobs and fields, a trend known as occupational segregation.

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Social Science and Medicine,Dill, J. S., Price-Glynn, K., & Rakovski, C. Is there a penalty for caring. Career trajectories of men in caring occupations versus traditionally male-dominated occupations.

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A complaint arose from the Grecian Jews against the. Warren Farrell's Why Men Earn More tells how the unequal pay for women is largely a myth, and how Warren found that women earn less than men because of the lifestyle choices that affect their ability to earn.

Farrell's site. Explaining Men’s Entry into Female-Concentrated Occupations: Issues of Masculinity and Social Class. Gender, Work and Organization, March, Vol. 13 Issue 2. “A multi-billion pound advertising industry relies on persuasion by exemplifying appealing lifestyles and using imagery depicting the rewards of status or respect.

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