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Jonathan Moss

time. It provides an overview of representations and public discourses surrounding women’s workplace protest found in feminist literature, trade union publications and sociological studies. The rest of the book identifies the personal implications of these broader social and political changes for female workers who engaged in collective action through an analysis of four case studies of workplace disputes organised by women during this period. The case studies present four different examples of women asserting their rights in the workplace. To start, Chapter 2

in Women, workplace protest and political identity in England, 1968-85