Women and social protest / edited by Guida West, Rhoda Lois Blumberg.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: West, Guida., Blumberg, Rhoda Goldstein.
Format: Book
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 1990.
Table of Contents:
  • Reconstructing social protest from a feminist perspective / Guida West and Rhoda Lois Blumberg
  • Sex roles in social movements : a case study of the tenant movement in New York City / Ronald Lawson and Stephen E. Barton
  • Women in the welfare rights struggle : the Brooklyn Welfare Action Council / Jackie Pope
  • Gender contested : women's participation in the Brookside coal strike / Sally Ward Maggard
  • Women and European socialist protest, 1871-1921 / Marie Marmo Mullaney
  • Women in the Taiping movement in nineteenth-century China / Tim Futing Liao
  • The women workers' movement : first-wave feminism in pre-state Israel / Dafna N. Izraeli
  • "Men led, but women organized" : movement participation of women in the Mississippi Delta / Charles Payne.
  • White mothers as civil rights activists : the interweave of family and movement roles / Rhoda Lois Blumberg
  • Women in revolutionary movements : changing patterns of Latin American guerrilla struggle / Linda Lobao
  • Mothers on the march : maternalism in women's protest for peace in North America and Western Europe, 1900-1985 / Carolyn Strange
  • Women in the West German Green Party : the uneasy alliance of ecology and feminism / Carol Schmid
  • Female-dominated local social movement organizations in disaster-threat situations / David M. Neal and Brenda D. Phillips
  • The struggle over women's education in the nineteenth century : a social movement and countermovement / Virginia Kemp Fish.
  • The continuity of the American women's movement : an elite-sustained stage / Verta Taylor
  • Social change and social activism : first-wave women's movements around the world / Janet Saltzman Chafetz, Anthony Gary Dworkin, and Stephanie Swanson
  • The invisible army of women : lesbian social protests, 1969-1988 / Susan Cavin
  • Dance, protest, and womens's "wars" : cases from Nigeria and the United States / Judith Lynne Hanna.