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WST 470: Women's Studies

About Feminism and Feminist Theory

Feminism From The Columbia Encyclopedia

The concept of feminism is not universal and has many forms (e.g., liberal, radical, womanism) and definitions.  Movement for the political, social, and educational equality of women with men; the movement has occurred mainly in Europe and the United States. It has its roots in the humanism of the 18th cent. and in the Industrial Revolution. Feminist issues range from access to employment, education, child care, contraception, and abortion, to equality in the workplace, changing family roles, redress for sexual harassment in the workplace, and the need for equal political representation. MORE 

Feminisms and Feminist Theories

Philosophy and Theory

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