Roots of women's union activism: South Africa 1973-2003

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Tshoaedi, Cynthia Malehoko;
(2008)
  • Publisher: Political Science / Joke Smit Institute for Women's Studies, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Leiden University
  • Subject: Class | Collective identity | Feminism | Gender | Gender consciousness | Mobilisation | Race | Social biography | Social movements | Transition | Class | Collective identity | Feminism | Gender | Gender consciousness | Mobilisation | Race | Social biography | Social movements | Transition

This study examines the mobilisation of South African women into trade union activities between the period 1973 and 2003. Firstly, it underscores the role of South African women in fighting for workers’ rights in the workplace and their contributions in the building of ... View more
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