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Status of Jewish Women in the Garment Industry Socio-economic religious and political ideologies both work together to sculpt and guide the experiences which Jewish women have had in Canadian society In order to fully be able to understand the status of Jewish women upon arrival into Canada one must take a closer look at her experiences within the home and in the workplace Jewish women were once deprived of many rights and have worked vigorously to be able to be fully ensconced participants in Canadas politics and society so they can be regarded as contributors of the Jewish community Upon arrival into Canada the Jewish woman was seen as subordinate and inferior to man both in the home and at work but with great effort the Jewish woman is now seen as the building block of the family and work participation is now a fundamental part of her everyday life The Jewish Woman and the Nuclear Family Almost every single person is faced with the labor force participation decision this is basically a choice to participate in labor market activities as opposed to other activities such as household work education or retirement As such it influences the size and composition of our labor force and it has an impact on household activities education and retirement programs The beginning of wage labor attracted many Jewish women and children into the industrial labor force For hundreds of years the Victorian Christian and Jewish ideology of women has characterized them as the fragile emotional dependant inferior class whose place was in the home White 3 Which meant that for years women that worked outside the home went against the common ideology of women as a whole Employed women were perceived by middle-class womens organizations reformers and factory inspectors as a social crisis creating problems of cleanliness morality and health for future mothers White 3 Marriage and domesticity are of great importance to both
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