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Situating Feminism
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Situating Feminism
From Thought to Action


Volume: 2
Other Titles in:
Feminist Theory

August 1994 | 208 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This concise introduction to feminist theorizing traces three separate waves of feminist theory, from the equality movement of the 1970s and 1980s, to the postmodernist examination of different women and women's groups of today. The book highlights the close connection between action and theory, in addition to the historical development of feminist theories. These changes in feminist thought and praxis are examined through some celebrated cases of recent decades.
 
Introduction
 
Contemporary Feminist Theory
 
The Sears Case
 
The Baby M Case
 
The Hedda Nussbaum Case
 
The Hill/Thomas Case
 
Conclusion

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