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Feminist Debates: Issues of Theory and Political Practice

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Are women still oppressed? Is paid employment the key to liberation? Should pornography be banned? Do women have an absolute right to abortion? Can women in government really make a difference?

In this comprehensive study, Valerie Bryson draws on a wide range of theoretical, empirical and comparative material to provide a lucid account of feminist debates and the ways in wh
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Hardcover, 272 pages
Published September 1st 1999 by New York University Press (first published May 26th 1999)
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This is a very useful and well differentiated overview of the different branches of feminist theory - enlightening and extremely helpful for evaluating one's own position.
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