Framing a Domain for Work and Family: A Study of Women in Residential Real Estate Sales Work

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Framing a Domain provides fascinating insights into why women choose to sell real estate and why they have come to dominate the profession. Based on in-depth interviews with women realtors, carried out through the 1990s, Carol Wharton's work places this white-collar service occupation within the larger context of women's lives. It offers a unique case study of the gendered practices that infuse the workplace, and the ways women negotiate these practices to successfully 'weave' work with family obligations.

Framing a Domain for Work and Family: A Study of Women in Residential Real Estate Sales Work 2004, Lexington Books

ISBN-13: 9780739109663

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Framing a Domain for Work and Family: A Study of Women in Residential Real Estate Sales Work 2002, Lexington Books, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780739103678

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