A Critical Review of an Academic Article Concerned with Certain Aspects of New Issues of Work

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Adams Marie Louise., (1993). ‘To be an Ordinary Hero: Male Figure skaters and the ideology of gender': Men and Masculinity. Pages 93 -110.Toronto Canadian School Press.

Anderson, E., (2005).' Orthodox and Inclusive Masculinity: Competing Masculinities among Heterosexual Men in Feminized Terrain'. Sociological perspectives, Vol.48, Issue 3, Pages 337 -355.

Anker, R (1988) Gender and Jobs: Sex Segrigartion of Occupations in the World. Geneva: International Labour Office

B, Pease, (2002), ‘Men + Gender relations'. Men at work: Masculinity, Class and Gender segregation: Pages 97-107.Croydon: Tertiary Press.

Dr. Vanessa Cullins, 2012, 'Gender & Gender Identity', Planned Parenthood Federation of America Inc.

Girls' Jobs for the Boys? Men, Masculinity & Non-Traditional Occupations. Gender, Work and Organization, Vol. 9, No. 2 pp.204-206

Hearn, J. (1987) The Gender of Oppression: Men, Masculinity and the Critique of Marxism. Brighton: Wheatsheaf.

Hearn, J. (1998b) Troubled masculinities in social policy discourses. In Popay, J., Hearn, J. and Edwards, J. (eds) Men, Gender Division and Welfare. London and New York: Routledge.

Leira, A, (2006) Parenthood change and policy reform in Scandinavia, 1970s - 2000s.Bristol: Policy Press.

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Segal, L. (1999, p159) Why Feminism? Cambridge: Polity Press

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Occupational segregation by sex is very common in all industrialized societies. It is known as the division of labor, in terms of paid employment. As a result men and women are categorized into different types of occupational roles and tasks. This can be seen and present in all countries which are economically or politically organized...