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APPENDIX A Contents, Sex Segregation in the Workplace 1 Introduction Barbara F. Reskin EXTENT, TRENDS, AND PROJECTIONS FOR THE FUTURE Trends in Occupational Segregation by Sex and Race, 1960-1981 Andrea H. Beller A Women's Place Is With Other Women: Sex Segregation Within Organizations William T. Bielby and James N. Baron 4 Job Changing and Occupational Sex Segregation: Sex and Race Comparisons Rachel A. Rosenfeld Commentary Pamela Stone Cain 6 Occupational Sex Segregation: Prospects for the 1980s Andrea H. Beller and Kee-ok Kim Han 163

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164 EXPLAINING SEGREGATION: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES AND EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE 7 Occupational Segregation and Labor Market Discrimination Francine D. Blau APPENDIX A 8 Toward a General Theory of Occupational Sex Segregation: The Case of Public School Teaching Myra H. Strober 9 Commentary: Strober's Theory of Occupational Sex Segregation Karen Oppenheim Mason 10 Work Experience, lob Segregation, and Wages Mary Corcoran, Greg]. Duncan, and Michael Fonda Sex Typing in Occupational Socialization Margaret Mooney Marini and Mary C. Brinton 12 Commentary Wendy C. Wolf 13 Institutional Factors Contributing to Sex Segregation in the Workplace Patricia A. Boos and Barbara F. Reskin 14 Commentary: The Need to Study the Transformation of lob Structures Maryellen R. Kelley REDUCING SEGREGATION: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERVENTIONS 15 Job Integration Strategies: Today's Programs and Tomorrow B rigid O'Farrell and Sharon L. Harlan 16 Occupational Desegregation in CETA Programs Linda J. Waite and Sue E. Berryman 17 Commentary Wendy C. Wolf 18 Concluding Remarks Francine D. BE 's Needs