The processes of inclusion and exclusion: The role of ethnicity and class in women's relation with the accounting profession
The purpose of this paper is to revisit the issue of the entry of women into the Anglo-Australian accounting profession in the Second World War and provide insights on the role that gender, class, and ethnicity played in mediating women’s relations with the accounting profession in that period.
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