Mancession or Momcession? Good Providers, a Bad Economy, and Gender Discrimination
Molly Lentz-Meyer and
Allison Anna Tait
No j7zun, LawArXiv from Center for Open Science
Against this backdrop of precarious and disappearing work, two new elements became important: who was out of work, and how those still employed were navigating bad jobs. These questions laid the foundation for a flood of stories concerning unemployment and bad employment. Unsurprisingly, gender played a leading role in the debates. This article will discuss these two concerns--employment and workplace discrimination-as they intersect with gender and gender stereotypes.
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