Historical Social Reproduction in Canada, Government Complacency and Gender Bias

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Historical Social Reproduction in Canada, Government Complacency and Gender Bias
This study will analyze the current problem associated with government complacency in the gender bias associated with social reproduction involving modern feminist policy issues in Canadian labor markets and the welfare state. By evaluating the lack of government action within various aspect of legislation constructed to bring forth greater diversity for women in the workplace, these policies and regulations are often inadequate to sustain a deference from the traditional patriarchal gender roles that create gender bias towards women. Often, the ambiguous barriers for social reproduction has divided women from the work force since the 1970s and 1980s with...
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