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by Robyn Rowland

eBook Women Who Do and Women Who Don't Join the Women's Movement epub
  • ISBN: 0710202962
  • Author: Robyn Rowland
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge Kegan & Paul; Ex-library/underlining edition (June 1, 1984)
  • Pages: 242 pages
  • ePUB size: 1194 kb
  • FB2 size 1171 kb
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She asked women from a wide range of backgrounds, both pro- and anti- women’s movement, to write about their ideas . The majority of the book is the responses of the women which are generally around 5-10 pages long.

She asked women from a wide range of backgrounds, both pro- and anti- women’s movement, to write about their ideas, actions and lives in general in regard to women’s issues. Her goal was to undestand how and why it is that some women chose feminism and some reject it.

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The women's movement as a social movement with intentions to create social change has had a cyclical history of appearance and disappearance. At its periods of reemergence, backlash reactions also occur. This paper deals with the women's movement in this context. Using a social movement analysis, it considers the possibility of success in creating social change, given that powerful groups of women oppose it. There is a renewed interest in antifeminism since the defeat of the Equal Rights Amendment.

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Published 1984 by Routledge & Kegan Paul in London, Boston. Bibliography: p. 239-241. Cover title: Women who do & women who don't join the women's movement. Women who do & women who don't join the women's movement.

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The Woman Who Did (1895) is a novel by Grant Allen about a young, self-assured middle-class woman who defies convention as a matter of principle and who is fully prepared to suffer the consequences of her actions

The Woman Who Did (1895) is a novel by Grant Allen about a young, self-assured middle-class woman who defies convention as a matter of principle and who is fully prepared to suffer the consequences of her actions. It was first published in London by John Lane in a series intended to promote the ideal of the "New Woman". It was adapted into a British silent film in 1915, The Woman Who Did, which was directed by Walter West, and later into a 1925 German film, Die Frau mit dem schlechten Ruf.

Alternately heartbreaking and horrifying, The Woman Who Wasn't There is a compelling real-life mystery as. .Even knowing the outcome, I could not put the book down, awed by the stunning impact of one woman on so many lives.

Alternately heartbreaking and horrifying, The Woman Who Wasn't There is a compelling real-life mystery as disturbing as a psychological thriller. The depths of Tania Head's deception hit me like a punch in the gut. (Terence Winter, Creator & Executive Producer, Boardwalk Empire). Thought provoking, heart wrenching, and unbelievable - if it weren't completely true. Even knowing the outcome, I could not put the book down, awed by the stunning impact of one woman on so many lives

Robyn Rowland asked a variety of women -- some of whom chose to align themselves with the current women's movement, others who chose not to -- to write about their lives and the reasons for the choices they have made. There are 24 contributors, drawn from 5 countries. They differ in background, race, age and sexual preference, and their comments make up the major part of the book. Robyn Rowland prefaces the women's own words with a discussion of the women's movement as a social movement, and an analysis of the anti-feminist backlash.
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