Feminist theory, globalization and comparative labour law: women workers in Australia and Ireland

Citation:

Jamieson, Suzanne. 2004. “Feminist theory, globalization and comparative labour law: women workers in Australia and Ireland.” International Journal of Human Resource Management 15 (3): 459-65.

Author: Suzanne Jamieson

Abstract:

This project has sought to evaluate the contextual differences between Australia and Ireland in the way in which the equal pay and EEO legislation have impacted on working women while using a variety of traditional and critical legal methodological approaches within an overtly feminist theoretical framework. Law continues to hold out hope while delivering limited returns. 

 

Keywords: women, gender, Labour law, Australia, Ireland, feminist theory, globalization

Topics: Economies, Economic Inequality, Feminisms, Gender, Women, Globalization Regions: Europe, Western Europe, Oceania Countries: Australia, Ireland

Year: 2004

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