Pregnancy Leave, Comparable Worth, and Concepts of Equality

Hypatia 2 (1):71 - 101 (1987)
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Pregnancy leave and comparable worth deal with differences between female and male employees. In each case feminists are divided as to whether special treatment for women will promote equality or reinforce sex stereotypes and gender based segregation in the workplace. A radical restructuring of the workplace is necessary, to make possible a more human life for men and women. This restructuring is articulated in terms of the concepts of equality as "participation" or "incorporation" of all individuals into a community, and androgyny.
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Plato (1894). The Republic. Courier Dover Publications.
Laurie Shrage (1987). Some Implications of Comparable Worth. Social Theory and Practice 13 (1):77-102.
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