Women's studies: a guide to information sources

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Mansell, 1990 - Education - 278 pages
Some 1,000 critically annotated entries, with introductory comments and cross references, provide a comprehensive guide to printed and organizational sources in women's studies throughout the world. It is both an overview of information sources on women's studies as a subject for study in its own right, and a guide to women's studies literature within other academic disciplines.

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Contents

Reference sources
3
Biographical information
41
Womens studies
49
International perspectives on women
57
Africa
72
Asia and the Pacific
81
Australia and New Zealand
91
Latin America and the Caribbean
113
Law and politics
176
Lesbians
186
Literature and language
191
Mind and body
208
Science mathematics and technology
228
Society and the environment
234
Spirituality mythology and religion
237
Travel leisure sport
247

North America
121
The arts and media
131
Black women
153
History
164
Women in the labour force
251
Mens studies
260
Index
261
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