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Into the Fire: Disaster and the Remaking of Gender Paperback – 30 Jan 2014


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Pacholok s analysis of how a high stakes natural disaster can spark uneven change in gender relations at work is novel, insightful, and thorough . This book will be a valuable and engaging resource for scholars of gender, work, and the environment alike. - Sarah Th?baud - American Journal of Sociology, vol 119:06:2014"

'Pacholok's analysis of how a high stakes natural disaster can spark uneven change in gender relations at work is novel, insightful, and thorough.... This book will be a valuable and engaging resource for scholars of gender, work, and the environment alike.' - Sarah Th?baud - American Journal of Sociology, vol 119:06:2014

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Shelley Pacholok is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and History at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan.

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