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by Karla A. Henderson
Author: Karla A. Henderson
Publisher: Venture Publishing, Inc. (January 1, 1996)
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Both Gains and Gaps book.
Both Gains and Gaps book. Both Gains and Gaps: Feminist Perspectives on Women's Leisure. by. Karla A. Henderson. This publication is a book-in-progress that elaborates on issues about women, gender, and leisure across the life span. The text is an update of Leisure of One's Own (1989) and contains 80% new, revised, and updated material.
Although many gains have been made in understanding women's leisure, much remains to be learned. ISBN13: 9780910251792.
Both gains and gaps : Feminist perspectives on women's leisure.
Both Gains and Gaps is divided into ten chapters, or stages, in a journey of comprehension about women and leisure. sets the stage for subsequent chapters by discussing the underlying reasons for studying women's leisure" (p. 2). A discussion of feminist approaches, a definition of leisure, and social ogical perspectives on leisure are found in the first chapter.
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2 Henderson, Karla A. Both Gains and Gaps: Feminist Perspectives on Womens Leisure.
Historical perspective, Gardening for the purpose of leisure was reserved for the social elite, Women were regulated mostly to weeding in 16th century to the Victorian era, Women of higher status tending small gardens, For profit gardening was associated with men, Division of labor was based on socio economic status. 3. Historical perspective cont, Flower types and availability favored higher class, Women were regulated to lower form of gardening. Specialized and exotic plants were reserved for men of the upper class through out much of history. Henderson, Karla A.