Feminism: A Reference Handbook

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ABC-CLIO, 1998 - Social Science - 308 pages
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ABC-CLIO's Contemporary World Issues series comprises comprehensive, balanced, one-volume reference handbooks on important topics related to science, technology, and medicine; the environment; society; politics, law, and government; criminal justice; and gender and ethnicity.

Each volume offers: -- An authoritative introductory essay on the subject-- A chronology of events, legislation, movements, and initiatives-- Biographies of activists, advocates, and legislators-- A compilation of relevant facts in the form of tables, figures, and documents-- A directory of leading organizations and agencies-- An annotated list of print resources-- An annotated list of valuable nonprint resources, such as computer databases, information available on the Internet, and audiovisual materials-- A glossary of relevant terms-- A comprehensive subject index-- Well suited for circulating collections as well as reference shelves

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About the author (1998)

Judith Harlan is the author of nine books, including "Girl Talk "for Walker & Company. She is a journalist and writer from Oxnard, California.
Debbie Palen illustrated Walker & Company's" The Period Book" and Keep the Buttered Side Up. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

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