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by Sue Wilkinson,Celia Kitzinger
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Sue Wilkinson,Celia Kitzinger
  • ISBN:
    0748401482
  • ISBN13:
    978-0748401482
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    Routledge; 1 edition (November 1, 1994)
  • Pages:
    216 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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this comprehensive volume provides a broad sample of contemporary British feminist work on women and health.

For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. this comprehensive volume provides a broad sample of contemporary British feminist work on women and health. It spans the disciplines of psychology, sociology, social policy, social anthropology and economics, and demonstrates the development of feminist theorizing and activism in these areas over the past decade.

Book Condition: Moderate wear on cover and edges. Minimal highlighting and/or other markings can be present. Series: Feminist Perspectives on the Past and Present. Paperback: 224 pages. Publisher: Taylor & Francis (July 1994). Condition: Used: Good.

Wilkinson, Sue and Kitzinger, Celia. A Feminist Consideration of Advice and 'Treatment' for Breast Cancer . Wilkinson, Sue; Kitzinger, Celia (1993-05). Bibliographic Citation. Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis, 1994. Related Items in Google Scholar.

Past, Present and Future Perspectives

Past, Present and Future Perspectives. Josefa Ros Velasco (University Complutense of Madrid, Spain). Section I. From Feminist Precedents in 20th Century Literature and Philosophy to Present Theories and Future Perspectives on Feminism.

This post summarises Feminist perspectives on the family, focusing on liberal, radical and Marxist Feminism, and . The increased choice for women and the rise of the dual-earner household (both partners in work) has helped create greater equality within relationships.

This post summarises Feminist perspectives on the family, focusing on liberal, radical and Marxist Feminism, and is primarily designed to help students revise for the AQA A level sociology paper 2, families and households option. Feminism and the Family. Somerville argues that ‘some modern men are voluntarily committed to sharing in those routine necessities of family survival, or they can be persuaded, cajoled, guilt-tripped or bullied’.

this comprehensive volume provides a broad sample of contemporary British feminist work on women and health. It spans the disciplines of psychology, sociology, social policy, social anthropology and economics, and demonstrates the development of feminist theorizing and activism in these areas over the past decade. Topics include: global and national politics of women's health; the 'psychologization' of health: sexuality and AIDS; body image and pregnancy; reproductive technology; substance abuse; breast cancer; and the long-term health problems of women. Calling for a greater understanding of women and health, the contributors acknowledge the gender-based inequities of women's experiences and address the need for social and political change in order to improve the health and health care of women across the lifespan.