A World Full of Women

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Allyn & Bacon, 1999 - Social Science - 322 pages
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This thorough revision of A World Full of Women will appeal to instructors or students in anthropology, or any discipline looking for a global approach to the study of women. Written by an anthropologist who has taught undergraduates for twenty-eight years and designed the first official Women's Studies course in Louisiana, this book has been forged in the classroom and fueled by the explosion of research on women since the 1970s. This text is a perfect choice for anthropologists who have been looking for an up-to-date, lively book for their gender course!

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This was one of the few text books I actually enjoyed reading. It's planned well and the material is presented in an easy-to-read and easy-to-comprehend way. Read full review

Contents

The First Fact of Life
2
Off to Work WeQo
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Value Valued and Valuable
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