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Different Wavelengths : Studies of the Contemporary Women''s Movement

By: Reger, Jo.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (317 p.).ISBN: 9781317721499.Subject(s): Feminism -- United States -- History | Feminism -- United States | Feminists -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Different Wavelengths : Studies of the Contemporary Women''s MovementDDC classification: 305.42/0973 | 305.420973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Foreword; Introduction; PART I Who Is Third Wave? Issues of Diversity; Chapter 1 Strongblackwomen and Black Feminism: A Next Generation?; Chapter 2 Que Viva La Mujer: Negotiating Chicana Feminist Identities; Chapter 3 "The Punk White Privilege Scene": Riot Grrrl, White Privilege, and Zines; Chapter 4 "I am a Feminist but…": Transgender Men and Women and Feminism; PART II Mothers and Daughters? Relations between the Second and Third Waves
Chapter 5 Solitary Sisterhood: Individualism Meets Collectivity in Feminism's Third WaveChapter 6 Bridging the Waves: Sex and Sexuality in a Second Wave Organization; Chapter 7 When Feminism Is Your Job: Age and Power in Women's Policy Organizations; PART III What Brings Change? Tactics of the Third Wave; Chapter 8 Talking about My Vagina: Two College Campuses and The Vagina Monologues; Chapter 9 Searching for a Home Place: Online in the Third Wave; Chapter 10 Zines: Voices of Third Wave Feminists; Chapter 11 Third Wave Feminism and Ecofeminism: Reweaving the Nature/Culture Duality
PART IV Into the Future: Implications of a Third WaveChapter 12 Confronting the Future, Learning from the Past: Feminist Praxis in the Twenty-First Century; Chapter 13 Are We on a Wavelength Yet? On Feminist Oceanography, Radios, and Third Wave Feminism; Different Wavelengths: A Bibliography; Contributor Biographies; Different Wavelengths: Index
Summary: First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Foreword; Introduction; PART I Who Is Third Wave? Issues of Diversity; Chapter 1 Strongblackwomen and Black Feminism: A Next Generation?; Chapter 2 Que Viva La Mujer: Negotiating Chicana Feminist Identities; Chapter 3 "The Punk White Privilege Scene": Riot Grrrl, White Privilege, and Zines; Chapter 4 "I am a Feminist but…": Transgender Men and Women and Feminism; PART II Mothers and Daughters? Relations between the Second and Third Waves

Chapter 5 Solitary Sisterhood: Individualism Meets Collectivity in Feminism's Third WaveChapter 6 Bridging the Waves: Sex and Sexuality in a Second Wave Organization; Chapter 7 When Feminism Is Your Job: Age and Power in Women's Policy Organizations; PART III What Brings Change? Tactics of the Third Wave; Chapter 8 Talking about My Vagina: Two College Campuses and The Vagina Monologues; Chapter 9 Searching for a Home Place: Online in the Third Wave; Chapter 10 Zines: Voices of Third Wave Feminists; Chapter 11 Third Wave Feminism and Ecofeminism: Reweaving the Nature/Culture Duality

PART IV Into the Future: Implications of a Third WaveChapter 12 Confronting the Future, Learning from the Past: Feminist Praxis in the Twenty-First Century; Chapter 13 Are We on a Wavelength Yet? On Feminist Oceanography, Radios, and Third Wave Feminism; Different Wavelengths: A Bibliography; Contributor Biographies; Different Wavelengths: Index

First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Jo Reger is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.

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