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Women in Collingwood in the depression of the s. Citations Altmetric. Author Sullivan, Helen.
Affiliation Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Metadata Show full item record.
Document Type Masters Research thesis. Desi women dating Status Only available to University of Melbourne staff and students, required. Description Thesis M. Abstract This thesis is about the lives of women in Collingwood during the Depression of the s.
They fought tirelessly to have their families fed and clothed, often sharing the little they had. Homes were primitive, bathrooms were uncommon and most houses had no water in the home. Shopping was done on a daily basis as there were no refrigerators.
With constant childcare under these conditions, women were almost literally chained to the home. Even in the s it was not accepted that women work outside the home. In some instances women would go without food to ensure that Russian girls thailand children were fed, some women suffering from malnutrition. The Women's Hospital was where Collingwood women went for treatment.
As there was no Medicare, doctors were unavailable to the working class. Marriage called for perseverance as divorce was uncommon. With the working-class wife heading the family, men, especially unemployed men, regarded this as a blow to their pride.
Women in collingwood in the depression of the s
A common occurrence for families unable to meet their rent payments was eviction. Eventually the Government gave a subsidy towards the rent for those who received an eviction order. Many people relied on charity, indicating just how desperate they were. Over Strip club colorado springs, women out of 16, women in Collingwood were either unemployed or dependent on husbands' uncertain incomes.
For many, charity was the only answer. Many of the remaining 5, women were domestic servants, barmaids, factory workers or shop assistants. Barmaids had a lowly reputation as their work was not regarded as respectable 'women's work'.
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Professional women, teachers and kindergartners came from the more affluent areas to work in Collingwood. Some women resorted to crime, shoplifting and even violence as a matter of survival.
Others turned to abortion and prostitution, both outlawed at this time. Men were not neglected in this thesis. They suffered humiliation and degradation as they formed endless queues, and more often than not returned home only to report no job.
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