Ompare and contrast diffrent theoritical models that seek to explain occupational segregation

20 reference including the given one , other similar journals ,relevent books , websites..
ideas to focuse on ..
: identify the theories, compare and contrast ( strongly)
: why we see occupational srgregation
example, very few women at top,and many get lower income , more and more women vertically( working in departments), not horizontally(as directors..),diffrence in occupation, high concentration on gender, example; polices are more men and nurses are more women, wxplain why such diffrences

why it takes longer to be a nurse, and only 6month to be police( with more benifits

: there are lots of interesting way how things are valued
Introduction is what the essay will cover.
: please refrence throughout the essay,
: conclusion should have a nature of owns ideas, draws the ideas together and foundations.
; must show understanding of the qestion
;keep the authors with their idea, and criticaly evaluate.
Colgan, F, and Ledwith, (2002)gender and diversity: reshaping union democracy Employee relations vol.24 no2 pp. 167189

Grimshaw, D, Whitehouse, Gand Zetlin, D(2001)changing pay systems, occupational concentration and the gender pay gap; evidence from Australia and the uk industrial relations journal vol, 32 no 3 pp 209-229.

Hoque, K & Noon, M( 2004)Equal Opportunities policy and practice in Britain in work, employment & society vol. 18 no3 pp, 481-506

Kirton, g and greene, A-M, (2000) the dynamic of managing diversity; A critical Approch. Oxford; Butterworth-Heinemeann. (read chapter 3: theorizing Labour market segreagation and identity issues )

Liff, S. (2003) the industrial Relations of a diverse workforce in Edwards, P (2003) (ed) industrial relations Oxford; Blackwell

Mcrae, S. (2003) constraints and choices in mothers employment careers; A Consideration of Hakims preference theory, british journal of sociology vol.54 no. 3 pp 317-38

Panteli, N stack, J and ramsay, H, (2001) genedered patterns in computing work in the late 1990s , new technology, work and employment vol.16 no 1 pp, 3-17

Purcell, k. ( 2000) gendered employment insecurity? in E. heery and J. Salmon (eds), the insecure workforce, London; Routlege.

any other relevent books and similar journals.