Sociology Proposal and Essay Proposal

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Sociology Proposal and Essay Proposal
Introduction
The topic of this proposal is discrimination against working women in Canada. The hypotheses to be defended is that, although Canada’s statutes and laws provide workplace protection for pregnant women, there is (1) a lack of anti-discriminatory mechanisms; (2) a lack of resources to assist pregnant women who are being discriminated against; and (3) a failure to protect against all of the forms of discrimination that pregnant women can encounter in the workplace.
Literature Review
The International Labour Office provided the following overview of both pregnancy and maternity protection in Canadian workplaces:
Changing a condition of employment due to pregnancy or maternity leave without the...
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