The Women's Movements of the United States and Western Europe: Consciousness, Political Opportunity, and Public Policy

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The Equal Opportunities Commission ( 1981) has been working on ways of eliminating indirectly discriminatory criteria; see the commission's Job Evaluations Schemes without Bias.
5.
For a full account of the history of unionism in Sweden, see Korpi ( 1978).
6.
The clause remained in effect until 1976.
7.
Similar to the LO, these are umbrella organizations for several industry-based unions. See Forsebäck ( 1980); Heidenheimer ( 1976); Wheeler ( 1975).
8.
Union representatives were also members of the various commissions that developed day care policy as a special measure for working mothers.

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