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    Critically assess how effective employment law is as a means of altering social attitudes.

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    This may vary from outreach programmes designed to increase the number of applications from members of groups perceived to be disadvantaged, through the provisions of training designed to promote competition on a level playing field with white males. To programmes which take account of the actual numbers performing such jobs, whether in the form of aims or targets, or in the form of quotas whereby a particular proportion of jobs in a particular grade are reserved for women or ethnic minorities.4 Women have always been in lower status jobs than their male counterparts.

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