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[edited by] Verta Taylor, Nancy Whittier, Leila J. Rupp.

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Names: Taylor, Verta A. | Rupp, Leila J., | Whittier, Nancy,
Published: New York : McGraw Hill Higher Education, 2009.
Edition: 8th ed.
Topics: Feminism - United States. | Women - United States. | Sex role - United States. | Women - Cross-cultural studies.
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245 00|aFeminist frontiers /|c[edited by] Verta Taylor, Nancy Whittier, Leila J. Rupp.
250 |a8th ed.
260 |aNew York :|bMcGraw Hill Higher Education,|c2009.
300 |axi, 616 p. cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 00|tBeing the bridge : a solitary Black woman's position in the women's studies classroom as a feminist student and professor /|rKimberly Springer --|tWhite privilege : unpacking the invisible knapsack /|rPeggy McIntosh --|tFrontlines and borders : identity thresholds for Latinas and Arab American women /|rLaura M. Lopez and Frances S. Hasso --|tWhere I come from is like this /|rPaula Gunn Allen --|tBlind man's Harley : white canes and gender identity in America /|rCatherine Kudlick --|t"Night to his day" : the social construction of gender /|rJudith Lorber --|tMedical construction of gender /|rSuzanne Kessler --|tTransgender feminism : queering the woman question /|rSusan Stryker --|tTheorizing difference from multiracial feminism /|rMaxine Baca Zinn and Bonnie Thornton Dill --|tFeminism without borders /|rChandra Talpade Mohanty --|tMasculinities and globalization /|rR. W. Connell --|tGender stereotyping in the English language /|rLaurel Richardson --|tFeminist consumerism and fat activists : grassroots activism and the Dove "Real Beauty" campaign /|rJudith Taylor and Josee Johnston --|tCosmetic surgery : paying for your beauty /|rDebra L. Gimlin --|tHair still matters /|rIngrid Banks --|t"I see the same ho" : video vixens, beauty culture, and diasporic sex tourism /|rT. Denean Sharpley-Whiting --|tGirls and boys together ... but mostly apart : gender arrangements in elementary schools /|rBarrie Thorne --|tWhat are little boys made of? /|rMichael Kimmel --|t"We don't sleep around like white girls do" : family culture, and gender in Filipina American lives /|rYen Le Espiritu --|tBearing blackness in Britain : the meaning of racial difference for white birth mothers of African-descent children /|rFrance Winddance Twine --|tLearning from drag queens /|rVera Taylor and Leila J. Rupp --|tSex segregation in the U.S. labor force /|rChristine E. Bose and Rachel Bridges Whaley --|tDesirable dress : Rosies, sky girls, and the politics of appearance /|rEileen Boris --|tManaged hand : the commercialization of bodies and emotions in Korean immigrant-owned nail salons /|rMiliann Kang --|tMaid in L.A. /|rPierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo --|tBridal wave /|rMelissa Morrison --|tWaking Sleeping Beauty : the premarital pelvic exam and heterosexuality during the Cold War /|rCarolyn Herbst Lewis --|tWorking at motherhood : Chicana and Mexicana immigrant mothers and employment /|rDenise A. Segura --|tMoral dilemmas, moral strategies, and the transformation of gender : lessons from two generations of work and family change /|rKathleen Gerson --|tFor better or worse : gender allures in the Vietnamese global marriage market /|rHung Cam Thai --|tQueer parenting in the new millennium /|rNancy A. Naples --|tDoing desire : adolescent girls' struggles for/with sexuality /|rDeborah L. Tolman --|tTrading on heterosexuality : college women's gender strategies and homophobia /|rLaura Hamilton --|tBlack sexual politics /|rPatricia Hill Collins --|tLoving women in the modern world /|rLeila J. Rupp --|tBecoming 100% straight /|rMichael A. Messner --|tBare bones of sex : Part I--sex and gender /|rAnne Fausto-Sterling --|t"A way outa no way" : eating problems among African American, Latina, and white women /|rBecky Wangsgaard Thompson --|tLoose lips sink ships /|rSimone Weil Davis --|tBeyond pro-choice versus pro-life : women of color and reproductive justice /|rAndrea Smith --|tWelcome to cancerland /|rBarbara Ehrenreich --|tFraternities and rape on campus /|rPatricia Yancey Martin and Robert A. Hummer --|tSupremacy crimes /|rGloria Steinem --|tMapping the margins : intersectionality, identity politics, and violence against women of color /|rKimberlé Crenshaw --|tSex and war : fighting men, comfort women, and the military-sexual complex /|rJoane Nagel --|tGlobe trotting sneaker /|rCynthia Enloe --|tForced to choose : beyond the voluntary v. forced prostitution dichotomy /|rJo Doezema --|tDo Muslim women really need saving? : anthropological reflections on cultural relativism and its others /|rLila Abu-Lughod --|tLady and the tramp (II) : feminist welfare politics, poor single mothers, and the challenge of welfare justice /|rGwendolyn Mink --|tMarriage promotion movement /|rMelanie Heath --|tWomen's movement : persistence through transformation /|rVerta Taylor, Nancy Whittier, and Cynthia Fabrizio Pelak --|tFeminists or "postfeminists"? : young women's attitudes toward feminism and gender relations /|rPamela Aronson --|tFrom the Third World to the "Third World within" : Asian women workers fighting globalization /|rGrace Chang --|tPunks, bulldaggers, and welfare queens : the radical potential of queer politics? /|rCathy J.Cohen.
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650 0|aWomen|zUnited States.
650 0|aSex role|zUnited States.
650 0|aWomen|vCross-cultural studies.
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