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Women and the World of Work

  • Anne Hoiberg

Part of the Nato Conference Series book series (NATOCS, volume 18)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Women and the World of Work: Contributions and Progress

  3. Women and the World of Work: Physical, Mental, and Economic Well-Being

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 95-95
    2. Lawrence A. Palinkas
      Pages 97-108
    3. Pat Armstrong, Hugh Armstrong
      Pages 129-152
    4. Jane Roberts Chapman, Gordon R. Chapman
      Pages 153-177
    5. Deborah E. Belle, Ruth F. Tebbets
      Pages 179-188
  4. Woman and the World of Work: Socioeconomic Factors Affecting Women’s in Increased Labor Force Participation

  5. Woman and the World of Work: Role Integration and Revision

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 279-279
    2. Mary P. Wagner, Anne Hoiberg, Camille Kim Cook, Lawrence A. Palinkas
      Pages 281-294
    3. Anne Hoiberg
      Pages 341-345
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 347-390

About this book

Introduction

From August 4 to 8, 1980, the Science Committee of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) sponsored the symposium, "Women and the World of Work," which was held at the Hotel Sintra Estoril in the coastal area south of Lisbon, Portugal. This symposium hatl been "in progress" since 1977 when the idea to prepare a proposal for a NATO­ sponsored symposium on the topic of women and the military was first suggested by Dr. Walter Wilkins, then Scientific Director of the Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, California. At that time and during the previous 5 years, increasing numbers of women were being recruited into military service not only in the United States but also in several NATO-allied countries. Few research projects on the utilization of women in the military had been reported in the scientific literature with the exception of work conducted at the University of Chicago and Naval Health Research Center. Several investigators, however, were identified who had recently initiated research in this area-and who expressed interest in participating in the proposed symposium. A few months after submitting the proposal, Dr. B. A. Bayraktar, Director of the Scientific Affairs Division responded that the members of the Science Committee recommended the deletion of those segments of the tentative program which pertained to women and the military. The reason given for this suggested change was that the topic chosen was similar to the theme of other recent international conferences.

Keywords

behavior development population system

Editors and affiliations

  • Anne Hoiberg
    • 1
  1. 1.Naval Health Research CenterSan DiegoUSA

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