Contemporary Australian Feminism
Kate Pritchard Hughes
Longman Cheshire, 1994 - Feminism - 234 pages
Text for undergraduate women's studies students. Consists of 9 articles, by a range of writers and academics, addressing issues such as the relationships between gender, ethnicity and class, body image, the ideology of the family, gender roles, reproductive technology and the history of the women's liberation movement in Australia during the 1970s and 1980s. Includes chapter notes, references and an index. The editor teaches women's studies at Victoria University of Technology.
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The Body Politic
Some Notes on the Gendering of Women
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