The Great Feminist Denial.

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Author / Creator:Dux, Monica.
Imprint:Carlton : Melbourne University Press, 2008.
Description:1 online resource (341 pages)
Language:English
Subject:Feminism -- Australia.
Feminist theory.
Feminism -- History.
Women -- Social conditions.
Feminists.
Feminism.
Feminist theory.
Feminists.
Women -- Social conditions.
Australia.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
History.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11954878
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Other authors / contributors:Simic, Zora.
ISBN:9780522859102
0522859100
Notes:Print version record.
Summary:What the hell happened?In The Great Feminist Denial the authors talk with women - feminists and non-feminists, young and old, famous and not famous, child-free and with child - and use their responses as a starting point from which to refocus the key debates. Dux and Simic argue that, ultimately, feminism is still necessary for everyday life. Even the most cursory glimpse at the social and cultural landscape suggests an urgent need for a politics that identifies inequalities, differences and strengths specific to women as a sex. The Great Feminist Denial puts an ailing feminist.
Other form:Print version: Dux, Monica. Great Feminist Denial. Carlton : Melbourne University Press, ©2008 9780522854152