Gender and the Public Sector: Professionals and Managerial Change

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Index

a
academic demands in nursing 181
accountability 140 , 146
Ädel Reform (Sweden) 124 , 129 , 131
administration:
management or 136 , 140 ;
reforms of 121-2 , 124
African values 53 , 61
ANC (African National Congress) 44 , 45 , 49 , 60 , 61
anti-realist labour process perspectives 87-8 , 90
Australia 70
autonomy 16-17 , 32 , 122-3

b
Batho Pele (People First) 51 , 53
Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action30
'Beveridge' welfare model 65
biology and professionalism 94 , 95
'Bismarkian' (corporatist) model 65 , 71 , 79
'breadwinner' (corporatist) regime 69-70
bricolage, process of 180 , 182
bureaucratic environment, women's positioning in:
abstract orientation 116 ;
care work, culture of 107-9 ;
career development 111 ;
child care, accommodation to 111-12 , 113 , 116 ;
cultural duality in care structures 107-9 ;
double-working 113 ;
family orientation 111 , 112-13 , 116 ;
female-dominated organisations 115-17 ;
female-dominated vocational fields 104 , 105 , 110-18 ;
gender, concept of 104 , 105 ;
gender-based organisation theory 109-10 ;
gender differences, emphasis on 115-16 ;
gendered subjectivity 114 ;
genealogy 106 ;
goal orientation 116 ;
habitus, concept of 104 , 107 , 108 ;
hierarchical structure 108-9 , 109-10 ;
housewife ideology 113 ;
job segregation, gender-based 109-10 ;
organisational structure 111-12 ;
partners' attitudes 114 ;
positioning, concept of 104 , 112 , 113-14 ;
power structures 104 , 106 ;
prejudice, coping strategies 116-17 ;
private life, separation from work 114 ;
professional advancement 105 ;
professional woman, positioning of 113-14 ;
psychological focus 110 ;
rationality, concepts of 110 ;
segregation by gender 104 ;
separation, principle of 116 ;
social background, education and 107-8 ;
social expectation, deviation from 113-14 ;
social focus 110 ;
social work, culture of 107-9 ;
status, demarcation of 109 ;
strategies, gender differences 112-14 ;
study project, methodological considerations 106-7 ;
technology, focus on 110 ;
truth, perception of 106 ;
work orientation 111
business orientation, caring and:
change, implications of imposition of 166-7 ;
demographic change 155 ;
desired outcomes 158-9 ;
gender games 163-5 ;
ideology, uses of 155 , 167-8 ;
image manipulation, clothing and 164 ;
interviews with middle managers 157-8 ;
management behaviour 165 , 167-8 ;
management styles 165 ;
managerialism 156 ;
maternal roles 163-4 ;
medical power, management of 161-3 ;
middle managers, 'pig in the middle' 159-60 , 167 ;
multi-skilling, flexibility and 156 ;
outcomes, translating policy for 158-9 ;
paternalism 167 ;
policy, ambiguity in 157 , 161 ;
policy, outcomes from

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