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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Linda L Clark
|Description:||xiv, 324 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Pt. 1. Defining a feminine sphere of action, 1830-1914. 1. Public roles for maternal authority: the introduction of inspectresses, 1830-1870. 2. Educating a new democracy: school inspectresses and the Third Republic. 3. Addressing crime, poverty, and depopulation: the Interior ministry inspectresses. 4. Protecting women workers: the Labor administration --
Pt. 2. Steps toward equality: women's administrative careers since the First World War --
Introduction: The First World War: a "1789" for women? 5. New opportunities for women in central government offices, 1919-1929. 6. The challenges of the 1930s for women civil servants. 7. Gendered assignments in the interwar Labor, Health, and Education ministries.
|Responsibility:||Linda L. Clark.|