Ritically discuss the view that womenas careers are not the result of free choice?

You are expected to consult journals as well as books. Haralambos is not acceptable at degree level and Giddens should be used for background reading only.
Please include BIBLIOGRAPHY at the end.

Thank you so much !

P.S. Than may be helpful list of books

Abercrombie, N. & Warde, A. (2005) Contemporary British Society, Oxford: Polity Press.
Abercrombie, N. & Warde, A. (2001) The Contemporary British Society Reader, Cambridge: Polity Press.
Cohen, R. & Kennedy, P. (2007) Global Sociology, 3rd ed.,. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Edgell, S. (2006). The Sociology of Work, Continuity and Change in Paid and Unpaid Work, London, Sage.
Eggert, M. (2007) Perfect CV, London: Ransom House.
Flam, H. (2002). Corporate emotions and emotions in corporations, in J. Barbalet (Ed.), Emotions and Sociology, Oxford, Blackwell Publishing.
Flores, F. (2000) Entrepreneurship and the wired life : work in the wake of careers, London: Demos.
Giddens, A. (2005) Sociology Introductory Readings, Cambridge: Polity Press.
Grint, K. (2002) The Sociology of Work, 3rd ed., Cambridge: Polity Press.
Grint, K. (2000) Work and Society, A Reader, Cambridge: Polity Press.
McDowell, L. (2001). Women at work in the city of London, in Abercrombie, N. & Warde, A. (Eds.). The Contemporary British Society, A Reader, Cambridge, Polity.
Miles, S. (2008) Social Theory in the Real World, London: Sage.
Moynagh, M. & Worsley, R. (2005) Working in the twenty-first century, Leeds: Economic and Social Research Council.
Noon, M. (2002) The Realities of Work, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Pettinger, L., Parry, J., Taylor, R. & Glucksmann, M. (2005) A New Sociology of Work, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Russell, B. (1932). In Praise of Idleness and Other Essays, London, Routledge.
Sennet, R. (1999) The Corrosion of Character, The Personal Consequences of Work in the New Capitalism, London: Norton & Company.
Watson, T. (2003) Sociology, Work and Industry, London: Routledge.

The list above is not a definitive list. You are also encouraged to analyse and consult other academic texts including books, journals, periodicals and newspapers.