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eBook Women Vs. Women: The Uncivil Business War ePub

by Tara Roth Madden

  • ISBN: 0814459005
  • Category: Business Culture
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Tara Roth Madden
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amacom Books; First Edition edition (September 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 266
  • ePub book: 1384 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1422 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Discusses the competition between women in the workplace, argues that women are now working against . Madden engages and educates readers with her well-documented findings that women wage an "uncivil war" against each other in the marketplace.

Discusses the competition between women in the workplace, argues that women are now working against each other rather than being supportive. From her interviews with working women at all levels, the author concludes that hopes for supportive sisterhood are proving vain. Some women stymie themselves, fearing to go "where the men are," lest they fail. Others are inhibited by jealous competitors of their own sex. And men, on their part, occupy "reserved seating: ringside at the office catfight.

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Slave women were, of course, not free to contribute to the Union cause During the Civil War, women especially faced a host of new duties and responsibilities.

Slave women were, of course, not free to contribute to the Union cause. Moreover, they had never had the luxury of true womanhood to begin with: As one historian pointed out, being a women never saved a single female slave from hard labor, beatings, rape, family separation, and death. The Civil War promised freedom, but it also added to these women’s burden. During the Civil War, women especially faced a host of new duties and responsibilities. For the most part, these new roles applied the ideals of Victorian domesticity to useful and patriotic ends. However, these wartime contributions did help expand many women’s ideas about what their proper place should be.

The book ends on a positive note, urging women to unite and start, on an. .Perhaps the Uncivil Business War will inspire a ceasefire.

The book ends on a positive note, urging women to unite and start, on an individual basis, to reconcile their hostilities and better their cause. Although some of Madden's concepts are far-fetched, most ring true as attested to by those in the trenches.

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Following the Civil War, Jewish shop-owners and landlords engaged in business with black customers and tenants, often filling a need where white business owners would not venture. This was true in most regions of the South, where Jews were often merchants in its small cities, as well as northern urban cities such as New York, where they settled in high numbers.

Discusses the competition between women in the workplace, argues that women are now working against each other rather than being supportive, and suggests ways to reverse this counterproductive trend