Sites of Gender: Women, Men & Modernity in Southern Dunedin 18901939 (Paperback)

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This comprehensive analysis of gender in the working-class New Zealand suburbs of Dunedin illustrates the ideological changes that became manifest in the period from 1893, when New Zealand became the first country to grant suffrage to women, to 1940. Quantitative and qualitative data on work, education, consumption, leisure, poverty, mobility, transportation, health, religion, and marriage in this community offer insight into the changing gender roles during this time. This major contribution to gender studies research considers the impact of sociology, urban planning, and geography in societal change.

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Publisher Auckland University Press
Mfg Part# 9781869403058
SKU 202286447
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1869403053
Release Date 4/1/2004
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