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Does capitalism really need patriarchy? - Some Old Issues Reconsidered
Revaluing the household economy
The everyday exploitation of women - Housework and the Patriarchal Mode of Production
''Baby Riots'' and ''Eight-hour orphans'' - A Comparison of the Images of Child Care In British and U.S. Popular Magazines During World War II
Our bodies ourselves - Why We Should Add Old Fashioned Empirical Phenomenology to the New Theories of the Body
The briar around the strawberry patch - Toys, Women, and Food
Behind the veil - The Many Masks of Subaltern Sexuality
Bisexuality ''a la mode''
Women's policy networks and the European Union
Sperling, L.; Bretherton, C.
Building feminist praxis out of feminist pedagogy: the importance of students' perspectives
Frustration writ large - The Politics of Racism at Western
Women, health, and healing