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Published by Benjamins in Amsterdam, Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Women"s studies -- Congresses.,
  • Feminism -- Congresses.,
  • Women -- Social conditions -- Congresses.,
  • Semiotics and literature -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by Myriam Díaz-Diocaretz and Iris M. Zavala.
SeriesCritical theory ;, v. 1
ContributionsDíaz-Diocaretz, Myriam., Zavala, Iris M., Utrecht Summer School of Critical Semiotics (1st : 1984)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ1180 .W66 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination138 p. ;
Number of Pages138
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2865198M
ISBN 10091502750X, 0915027518
LC Control Number84028286

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Women, Feminist Identity and Society in the s by Myriam Diaz-Diocaretz, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Get this from a library! Women, Feminist Identity and Society in the s: Selected papers.. [Myriam Diaz-Diocaretz; Iris M Zavala;] -- The general objective of this volume is to present and discuss different modes of existence in women's texts and feminist identity in political and poetic discourse on the one hand, and to analyze. Women, feminist identity, and society in the 's. Amsterdam ; Philadelphia: Benjamins (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Myriam Díaz-Diocaretz; Iris M Zavala. The general objective of this volume is to present and discuss different modes of existence in women’s texts and feminist identity in political and poetic discourse on the one hand, and to analyze the factors which determine differing relationships between women and society, and which result in specific forms of identity on the other.

  The general objective of this volume is to present and discuss different modes of existence in women’s texts and feminist identity in political and poetic discourse on the one hand, and to analyze the factors which determine differing relationships between women and society, and which result in specific forms of identity on the : The general objective of this volume is to present and discuss different modes of existence in women’s texts and feminist identity in political and poetic discourse on the one hand, and to analyze the factors which determine differing relationships between women and society, and which result in specific forms of identity on the other. The essays in this volume explore . Feminism is a social and collective identity that is a complex intersection of political and personal ideologies (Zucker & Bay-Cheng, ).People who identify as feminist share a sense of togetherness and community that accompanies a social movement, which “encompasses those who see gender as a major category of analysis, who critique female disadvantage, and who . Feminism's Identity Crisis more than three quarters of American women support efforts to "strengthen and change women's status in society," yet only a minority, a third at most, identify Author: Wendy Kaminer.

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