Feminism / Avery Elizabeth Hurt, book editor
Book | Greenhaven Publishing | 2019 | First edition.
Available at WCTC Social Issues Collection (HQ1150 .F4524 2019)

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Edition
First edition.
Description
176 pages ; 24 cm.
Series
Audience
Grades 9-12.
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary
"Nearly a half-century after the women's liberation movement, women have achieved things that their grandmothers might only have dreamed. Now that women work in boardrooms, executive suites, and top government positions, as well as in the home, some believe that the fight has been won. For others, the perception that women are on equal footing with men is dangerous. Through diverse perspectives, this enlightening volume explores the current debates on feminism's front, including the pay gap, violence against women, substandard health care, reproductive rights, and representation in government."-- Amazon.com.
Contents
Chapter 1: Is feminism still relevant? -- Chapter 2: Why are there so few women leaders? -- Chapter 3: Has feminism changed things for women? -- Chapter 4: What is feminism today?
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Hurt, Avery Elizabeth, editor.
ISBN
9781534502918 (hardcover)
1534502912 (hardcover)
9781534502925 (paperback)
1534502920 (paperback)
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