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Peter Barry

this kind of feminism has been rather obscured by the fact that certain popular books summarising feminist criticism (like K. K. Ruthven's Feminist Literary Studies: An Introduction and Toril Moi's Sexual/Textual Politics ) do not discuss it as a distinct category. Examples of this kind of work are: Terry Lovell's Consuming Fiction (1987), Julia Swindells's Victorian Writing and Working Women (1985), and Sea Changes: Culture and Feminism (1986) by Cora Kaplan, an American who worked in Britain for many years. Kaplan was a member of the Marxist Feminist

in Beginning theory (fourth edition)
Marcel Stoetzle

Jane Addams. Weber’s two key publications in that period are classics of feminist literature: a historical study on Marriage, Motherhood and the Law (1907) and her collection of essays Reflections on Women and Women’s Issues (1919). During the war years both Marianne and Max seem to have been firing on all cylinders, engaging in politics and scholarship like there was no tomorrow. In 1919 Marianne Weber became the first female member of a German parliament: she represented the liberal German Democratic Party in the federal state parliament of the Republic of

in Beginning classical social theory
Andrew Balmer
Anne Murcott

The second sentence, which begins ‘Feminism as ethnocentric’, is a little unclear and so it does not quite make the point as well as it could. It is not a terrible sentence and only needs a bit of improvement. What the student wants to say when quoting from Anthius and Yuval-Davis is that black feminists have pointed out that white feminists assume that women’s interests are uniform based only on their own white experiences. So she wants to point out that black feminists have made a proposition about Western feminist literature. The second sentence can be rephrased

in The craft of writing in sociology