Gender and the Trans-Tasman World of Labour: Transnational and Comparative Histories
With some exceptions the striking similarities of labour history in Australia and New Zealand have traditionally been examined through the lens of separate national narratives. More recently, however, we have witnessed a recovery of the 'trans-Tasman world of labour'. Such historical analysis has enabled the emergence of significant insights into the parallel development of labour market legislation, policy formation and wage fixation. This article charts the shared gendered experience of the...[Show more]
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