Gender and Creative Labour presents a collection of readings that reflect the latest research related to employment positions in a range of creative industries to show the gender implications of creative labour under contemporary neoliberal economic policies.
- Features contributions from a range of international experts
- Includes studies from the US, UK, Oceania and Europe
- Reveals the implications of contemporary femininities and masculinities for the precarious employment created under neoliberalism
- Addresses the additional burdens that women face in creative occupations