Before the Second Wave: Gender in the Sociological Tradition
Before the Second Wave: Gender in the Sociological Tradition, 1/e features the writings of both women and men sociologists. Organized historically, this edited volume examines the way classical sociological theorists thought - and wrote - about issues of gender and human society.
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Auguste Comte 17981857 on Women in Positivist Society
Harriett Martineau 18021876 on American Women
Herbert Spencer 18201903 on the Rights and Status
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