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Women''s Business? Carnivalesque Spaces and Transgressive Acts   Caroline Miller

Women''s Business? Carnivalesque Spaces and Transgressive Acts

304 страниц. 2010 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Discourse on small business start-up in the UK, advanced by the British government and other agencies, is one of encouraging enterprise, innovation and entrepreneurship. This is especially the case with respect to women. It is however suggested that men are around two and a half times more likely to be entrepreneurs than women (UK Global Entrepreneurship Report, 2006). Women are presented as reluctant entrepreneurs, yet many women dream of starting-up either as a means to combine work and family life or as an escape from being organised by others. This study explores the process of start-up through ethnography and interview data and posits that it is in the stages before business begins that start-up becomes problematic for women. The cumulative effects of seemingly unimportant but negative everyday exchanges erode women''s will to start. These exchanges range from women''s business not being taken seriously and masculine symbolism in the self- employment agency,...
 
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