Subject: obitelj; orodnjeni rad; posao; rad; rod; segregacija; zapošljavanje; žene | family; gendered work; work; gender; segregation; employment; women
Changes at work and in the family bring about significant changes in gender relations and vice versa. Just as the lives of women and men change, labor market and family relations change. The entry of women into the labor market of the late 20th and early 21st century
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