Thinking about Women: Sociological Perspectives on Sex and Gender
This book provides a comprehensive review of feminist scholarship in the social sciences, showing how the experiences of both men and women are created through social institutions. For anyone interested in sociology of gender, gender roles, or women's studies.
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