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This is an original research work which attempts to integrate theory with empiricism.
The steel industry is manufacturing in type, bureaucratic in nature and structure, and profit-oriented.
Socio-cultural stereotypes about women exist, and are routed on traditional culture, norms, and values in patrilineages.
These are gradually being transferred into various institutions, corporations, and industrial organisations in modern societies.
These practices have implications not only on women at work, but also on societies at large.
The book is structured into seven chapters.
Chapter One is Introduction, which covers among others, research problematique, objectives and scope.
Chapter Two discusses relevant Literature Review, whereas Chapter Three, Theoretic Framework.
Chapter Four deals with the Research Methodologies.
Chapter Five traces the History of the Steel Industry in Nigeria.
Chapter Six focuses on the Data Analysis, and Interpretation on Women in the Steel Industry in Nigeria.
Whereas, Chapter Seven is the Summary of the Research Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendations.
The book is particularly written for undergraduate and postgraduate students in Sociology and Anthropology
REGINA UWAOMA OBI Ph.D is a Professor of Industrial Sociology and Labour Relations in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria.
Her specialty area is Industrial Sociology and Labour Relations with gender initiative and integration.
She has over seventy publications worldwide.
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