Sex, Career and Family: Including An International Review of Women's Roles

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Subject Index
Absence, level of, 151, 451
Acceleration of career progress, 428, 448-55
Accountancy, as career, 21, 126, 219, 388, 460
Achievement, 189
motive, 196
by women in top jobs, 77, 120, 137, 545-52
Adaptations to take account of women's life cycle, 138, 158, 428-69, 488
acceleration of career progress, 428, 448-55
continuity of work experience, 428, 430-40
relaunching, 428, 440-8, 509
Administrative Civil Service, as career, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 30, 43, 132, 137, 138, 219, 363, 430, 438, 442, 443, 458, 466, 503
dual-career families, 340
salary levels, 28
as study of work environment, 182, 389, 390, 398, 401, 406, 408, 410, 414, 417
Agencies for marketing women's potential, 499-510
anti-discrimination, 504-5
educational bodies, 500
government departments, 502, 504
individuals, 500
Institute for family, work, and environment, 507-8
local action groups, 509-10
Minister for Family Affairs, 507
national working groups, 508-9
professional associations, 500, 503
welfare agencies, 500
women's organisations, 501-4
Ambition,
and birth order, 169
eminence type, 195, 196
and family relationships, 169
material type, 195, 196
in school children, 35
in women, 150, 197 see also Career aspiration
'Ambivalent commitment', see Commitment typology
America, 43, 99, 128, 140, 153, 155, 381, 393, 473, 502, 504
ambition, 395
attitudes to women's careers, 190-2
career commitment, 26
child-care, 101, 246-7
domestic help, 345
equal pay, 135
feminine identity, 94
feminist movements, 502
household activities, 246-7
legislation, 138
occupational choice, 126, 543, 544
women in senior positions, 130, 526, 550, 551
women in work force, 112, 115, 516, 517
women's participation in higher education, 122, 123, 124, 541-2
Antecedent factors, as determinants of career patterns, 300, 308-17, 498
father's occupation, 311, 313
geographical area, 301, 309
interaction with current influences, 317-29
mother's work experience, 311-13, 322

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