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Feminism After Postmodernism?: Theorising Through Practice [Hardcover]

Marysia Zalewski

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24 Aug 2000 0415202388 978-0415202381
Highly original and stimulating, this book provides a detailed overview of postmodern feminist theory and practice. Subjects covered include:
*the differences between the feminism of the 1970s and contemporary feminism
*liberal, radical, socialist and postmodern feminisms
*feminist reactions to the growth in reproductive technologies
*how feminism informs debates about the subject, epistemology and political action
*feminism into the new millennium

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