Work identities of women in dominican public sector

J.K. Rodriguez

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Abstract

Paper discussing work identities of women in dominican public sector.

Conference

ConferenceWork, Employment and Society 2007
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityAberdeen
Period12/09/0714/09/07

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Keywords

  • work
  • employment
  • women
  • gender
  • dominican public sector

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Rodriguez, J. K. (2007). Work identities of women in dominican public sector. Paper presented at Work, Employment and Society 2007, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
Rodriguez, J.K. / Work identities of women in dominican public sector. Paper presented at Work, Employment and Society 2007, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
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2007. Paper presented at Work, Employment and Society 2007, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.

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