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Femmes, entreprises et dépendances. Les entrepreneuses étrangères à Paris dans l'entre-deux-guerres

Abstract : Does being the "boss" result in emancipation for a woman and a foreigner? The study of immigrant women’s part-taking in Parisian small companies between the two World Wars provides a few answers to this question. His article states the importance of women’s involvement in the world of shops and workshops, an involvement that often proved vital to the activity itself, although there is no evidence of it in administrative records. To carry a survey of women in the world of independence questions the links between the economic and the family spheres. Furthermore, observing small foreign companies becomes quite complex when one takes into account the position of women enterpreneurs within the professional, urban and economic strategies of immigrants.
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Claire Zalc. Femmes, entreprises et dépendances. Les entrepreneuses étrangères à Paris dans l'entre-deux-guerres. Travail, genre et sociétés, L'Harmattan/La découverte, 2005, N° 13 (1), pp.51. ⟨10.3917/tgs.013.0051⟩. ⟨halshs-02902857⟩

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