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Defining females : the nature of women in society / edited by Shirley Ardener.

Contributor(s): Ardener, Shirley | University of Oxford. Women's Studies Committee.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Wiley, c1978Description: 227 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0470264659; 9780470264652; 0856647462; 9780856647468; 0856648221; 9780856648229.Subject(s): Women -- Social conditions | Women -- PhysiologyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Defining females.DDC classification: 301.41/2 LOC classification: HQ1154 | .D38 1978Other classification: MS 3000
Contents:
Hastrup, K. The semantics of biology: virginity.--Hirschon, R. Open body/closed space: the transformation of female sexuality.--Humphrey, C. Women, taboo, and the suppression of attention.--Okely, J. Privileged, schooled, and finished: boarding education for girls.--James, W. Matrifocus on African women.--Callaway, H. The most essentially female function of all: giving birth.--Newcombe, F. and Ratcliffe, G. The female brain.--Callan, H. Harems and overlords.
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HQ1154 .D38 1978 (Browse shelf) Available 0000100284819

"A Halsted Press book."

Includes bibliographies and indexes.

Hastrup, K. The semantics of biology: virginity.--Hirschon, R. Open body/closed space: the transformation of female sexuality.--Humphrey, C. Women, taboo, and the suppression of attention.--Okely, J. Privileged, schooled, and finished: boarding education for girls.--James, W. Matrifocus on African women.--Callaway, H. The most essentially female function of all: giving birth.--Newcombe, F. and Ratcliffe, G. The female brain.--Callan, H. Harems and overlords.

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