Feminism and the Women''s Movement : Dynamics of Change in Social Movement Ideology and Activism
By: Ryan, Barbara.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Perspectives on Gender: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (228 p.).ISBN: 9781317796107.Subject(s): Feminism -- United States -- History -- 19th century | Feminism -- United States -- History -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Feminism and the Women''s Movement : Dynamics of Change in Social Movement Ideology and ActivismDDC classification: 305.42/0973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half Title ; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1. The Early Woman''s Movemet: From Equal Rights to Suffrage; The Origins of the Woman''s Rights Movement; Philanthropy and feminist consciousness raising; Philosophical and religious influences; The educated woman; Temperance and abolition work; Organizing a Movement; Dress reform as an early challenge to feminine restrictions; The Civil War years and post-war schisms; Chapter 2. The Woman''s Suffrage Movement and the Aftermath of Victory
Conservatism in the Progressive ERASocial Movement Effects of Coalition Building; New Forces and New Methods; Social Change and Social Movement Change; Prologue to the second wave; The Role of Ideology in the Early Woman''s Movement; Chapter 3. Resurgence of Feminism: The Contemporary Women''s Movement; Re-Emergence of the Women''s Movement ; The role of women in government; Defining the Issues in N.O.W.; The Spread of the Small Group Sector; Radical feminism vs. socialist feminism; The lesbian/feminist debate; The separatist solution
Chapter 4. Ideological Purity: Divisions, Splits, andTrashingThe Bursting of the Bubble; Retrospective Analysis; Theory as Ideology: A Demobilizing Effect; Defining the self in definitions of feminism; Chapter 5. Social Movement transformation: The Women''s Movement From 1975 to 1982; A Forgettable and Not-so Forgetiable Decade; 1975: A Watershed Year ; The end of the original radical feminist groups; Fragmentation on the left; Internal challenge in NOW; The ERA Campaign; The Introduction of Civil Disobedience; Chapter 6. Changing Orientations in Ideology and Activism
Defining Feminism in the Early 1980''sContributing Factors to Changing Views; Considerations of Feminist Practice; Political Activism and Discursive Politics; Motivation; Structure; Leadership; Arena; Strategy; Tactics; Reviewing Intra-Movement Group Rlelations ; Chapter 7. American Women and the Women''s Movement During the Reagan/Bush Years; Conservative Times: The Social and Economic Impact on Women; Outcomes of Gendered Social Roles: Family and Work; Defectorsfrom the Feminist Cause ; Assessing the Past; Success from a Failed Campaign
Chapter 8. Divisions Revisited: Pornography, Essentialism/Nominalism, Class and RaceThe Feminist Pornography Debate; EssentialistVs. Minimalist Views ; Equality and Equity; Issues of Classism and Racism in the Women''s Movement; Feminism and women of color; Interactive effects of gender, class and race; Struggles with diversity; Beyond the Women''s Movement; Chapter 9. The Search for a New Mobilizing Issue: The Women''s Movement after the ERA; Post-ERA: Diverging Paths of Movement Sectors ; The small group sector and life space fulfillment; The mass movement sector and party politics
The Rise of a New Mobilizing Issue
First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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