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Title: Evolución de las mujeres valencianas en el ámbito social, económico y ecológico
Author: Fuster Signes, Blanca Inmaculada
Tutor: Rello Condomines, Enric  
Abstract: This Project analyzes the evolution of the figure of women, mainly in the Valencian Community, at an economic and social level and how women have an important role in ecological action. The contribution of women in economic activity is analyzed by their level of employment in the different sectors and by their degree of contribution to the GDP and the possible employment discrimination that, due to sex, they may have experienced. Other aspects analyzed correspond to the degree of work-life balance, the participation of women in the social sphere, and its impact as a professional disadvantage with respect to male positioning. The data available from the Valencian Community, extracted from the EPA, show that women continue to assume a large part of the unpaid work, such as the role of caring for family members and children, which is why it can be concluded that the highest percentage of leave requests for taking care of family members and children are requested by women, with respect to the jobs performed and leaves of absence requested by men. Finally, it is analyzed how women are a key element in the defense of the environment, that they lead the fight for the protection of the planet and the relationship between the subjugation suffered by women throughout history, and the persistent attempt to dominate nature that has led to the current ecological crisis.
Keywords: mujer valenciana
estudios de género
conciliación laboral
discriminación laboral
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2024
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