2 edition of Women"s history, women"s future found in the catalog.
Women"s history, women"s future
by University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., Division of Civil Rights and Intercultural Relations in Albany, N.Y
Written in English
|Contributions||University of the State of New York. Division of Civil Rights and Intercultural Relations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 8 p.|
Despite all these differences, at the heart of both these books are stories of women as individuals. It is this individuality that state narratives of partition have wiped out. Yet this very individuality is what makes us realise the role played by those who took part in the events of and why we need to know about them beyond the. Feminism, a belief in the political, economic and cultural equality of women, has roots in the earliest eras of human civilization. It is typically separated into three waves: first wave feminism.
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Women's history is the study of the role that women have played in history and the methods required to do so. It includes the study of the history of the growth of woman's rights throughout recorded history, personal achievement over a period of time, the examination of individual and groups of women of historical significance, and the effect that historical events have had on women. An encyclopedia of American women’s history, this comprehensive reference book features in-depth articles on trends (e.g. birthrates, suburban growth), social movements (civil rights, feminism), ideas and concepts (domesticity, consciousness-raising), institutions (Children’s Bureau, women in Congress), organizations (Girl Scouts of America.
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