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by Karen J. O'Connor,Laura Van Assendelft,Wendy Gunther-Canada,Nancy E. McGlen
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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    Karen J. O'Connor,Laura Van Assendelft,Wendy Gunther-Canada,Nancy E. McGlen
  • ISBN:
    0321202317
  • ISBN13:
    978-0321202314
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  • Publisher:
    Pearson; 4 edition (May 27, 2004)
  • Pages:
    368 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Politics & Government
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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    420
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Women, Politics, and American Society first traces the efforts of women to achieve rights in those areas and then tries to answer the question of why women still fall short of full equality.

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Women, Politics, and American Society with Nancy McGlen, Karen O’Connor, and Laura van Assendelft. Dr. Gunther - Canada has received the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Adaljiza Sosa-Riddell Award for Exemplary Mentoring of a Graduate Student, the Outstanding Woman Faculty Member Award, and the Frederick W. Conner Prize in the History of Ideas, and the Gamma Sigma Alpha Faculty Member of the Year Award

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This title is out of print. Karen O'Connor, American University. Wendy Gunther-Canada, University of Alabama-Birmingham. Nancy E. McGlen, Niagara University. Laura Van Assendelft, Mary Baldwin College.

This text provides an exploration of women's position today in America, how they got to this point and what changes still need to be made before full equality can be reached.

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Wendy Gunther-Canada is the author of Rebel Writer: Mary Wollstonecraft and Enlightenment Politics (Northern Illinois University Press, 2001) and the co-author with Nancy McGlen, Karen O'Connor.

Dr. Gunther-Canada has published numerous articles and book chapters on political rights, citizenship, and gender politics

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A must-read for anyone wishing to understand the history and present-day political reality of women in the United States, this fascinating book explores three basic themes: political rights and realities, employment and educational rights and realities, and familial and reproductive rights and realities. Women, Politics, and American Society first traces the efforts of women to achieve rights in those areas and then tries to answer the question of why women still fall short of full equality.


Goldfury
The product itself came in great condition and at a great price, which I'm very grateful for as a college student! I highly recommend the seller!

The structure of the textbook: organized with helpful graphics and charts, but there is no glossary or even bolding of important terms. For me, a glossary is a huge priority in a textbook, hence the lost star.

The contents of the textbook: just a normal polisci book with no especially compelling insights. Also outdated (from 2012 so 6 years ago at the time of review), so ignores a ton of intersectionality between the LGBTQ+ and women's rights movements.
Xangeo
Great book, lots of information presented in a really easy to understand way.
Llathidan
Decent enough. Class requirement. I think I will keep it though and not sell it back. Some are worth keeping.
Cae
This book arrived in a timely fashion and in great condition. It has been very useful. I would recommend this product.
Grinin
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Iaiastta
I dont want textbooks to tell me what to believe. I want judgement-free data. I know it is increasingly difficult to come across textbooks without a leftist slant, but that doesnt make it any less disappointing when I have to use one.
Coiron
This just-updated history of the women's movement is an excellent introduction to the field. The book surveys the 150-year history of the movement and provides lots of good-looking graphs and tables of the current situation.
I use this book in my 2000-level course on race, gender and politics and find it very readable for my mostly 1st- and 2nd-year students. The students like the book as well.
If you want a well-organized, readable, and current survey of the movement and the current status of women in America, I wholly recommend this book.