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Contracting Masculinity

Gender, Class, and Race in a White-Collar Union, 1944-1994

In Contracting Masculinity, Gillian Creese examines in depth the white-collar office workers union at BC Hydro, and shows how collective bargaining involves the negotiation of gender, class, and race.

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Gillian Creese is the director of the Centre for Women's and Gender Studies and a professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of British Columbia.

Audience: College/higher education;Professional and scholarly;