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208 Pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

ISBN: 9780190876340

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The New Activism

Gail Ukockis

  • Details historical and social contexts of misogyny (e.g., rape culture)
  • Combines academic rigor with real-life stories, shaping an engaging narrative style
  • Features a stress on activism, especially successful examples from the past
  • Reflects on intersectionality and taps into community feedback for a broader range of insights
  • Addresses readers of all ages and encourages inter-generational cooperation, while citing examples of misogyny/gender issues from classical mythology to the present day
  • Includes pictures as part of the narrative

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