Women and Work in Globalizing Asia
Published December 13th 2001 by Routledge – 256 pages
This book sheds light on the real experiences of women in different societies, exploring the impact of globalization through the changing nature of the labour of women. A comprehensive survey of women and work is provided by using case studies and empirical data collected from throughout Asia and also includes an analysis of Asian immigrants working in the US.
This book is an invaluable resource, accessible to both undergraduate and postgraduate students of women's studies, labour relations, international political economy and Asian studies.
'This book develops unique insights into how the processes associated with economic globalisation are impinging upon the lives of ordinary women workers … the value of this book is in its contribution to debates surrounding the impact of globalisation.' - Millennium, Juanita Elias
'Represents a worthy and comprehensive examination of the dynamics and challenges that neo-liberal economic globalisation has placed on women as workers in globalising Asia.' - Labour & Industry