Goren, Lilly J.

You''ve Come A Long Way, Baby : Women, Politics, and Popular Culture - Lexington : The University Press of Kentucky, 2009. - 1 online resource (301 p.) - eBooks on Demand .

Front cover; Copyright page; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Extreme Makeover and the Classical Logic of Transformation; 2. Smart, Funny, and Romantic?; 3. From Madonna to Lilith and Back Again; 4. The Reformer and Her Work; 5. The City, the Suburbs, and Stars Hollow; 6. Why Are All the Presidents Men?; 7. Baby Lit; 8. Supermom; 9. The Mommy Track versus Having It All; 10. It Was Chick Lit All Along; 11. The Personal Is Political; 12. The Money, Honey; Selected Bibliography; Contributors; Index

No matter what brand of feminism one may subscribe to, one thing is indisputable: the role of women in society during the past several decades has changed dramatically, and continues to change in a variety of ways. In You''ve Come a Long Way, Baby, Lilly J. Goren and an impressive group of contributors explore the remarkable advancement achieved by American women in a historically patriarchal social and political landscape, while examining where women stand today and contemplating the future challenges they face worldwide. As comprehensive as it is accessible, You''ve Come a Long Way, Baby appeals to anyone interested in confronting the struggles and celebrating the achievements of women in modern society.

9780813173405 25.00 (NL),37.50 (UA)

Feminism - United States.
Feminism -- United States.
Women - United States - Social conditions.
Women -- United States -- Social conditions.
Women in mass media.
Women in popular culture -- United States.

Electronic books.

HQ1421.Y588 2009 HQ1421.Y588 2009eb

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