Special issue of New Solutions: Women's Occupational Health

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This special issue of New Solutions, initiated at the 4th international congress on Women, Work and Health in Delhi, describes researcher-worker collaboration to gain recognition for the constraints and requirements of women's jobs in construction, education, factory work, agriculture, health care, the sex trade and communications. Examples come from five continents and show a wide range of collaborative arrangements and degrees of success.
Abstracts can be viewed on the Baywood Publishing Company's web site.