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Capturing women's lives - A Discussion of Time and Methodological Issues
The prototypicality of gender - Contemporary Notions of Masculine and Feminine
No longer docile daughters or handmaidens of the Lord - Women in Religion Contest Their Divine and Human Condition(ing)s
Between subordination and she-tiger - Social Constructions of White Femininity in the Lives of Single, Protestant Missionaries in China, 1905-1930
Women's participation in national-level politics and government - The Case of Costa Rica
Furlong, M.; Riggs, K.
Learning about ''the curse'' - An Anthropological Perspective on Experiences of Menstruation
Eating Out - The Experience of Eating in Public for the ''Overweight'' Woman
Growing up in the culture of slenderness - Girls' Experiences of Body Dissatisfaction
Grogan, S.; Wainwright, N.
Anxiety Overflow - Implications of the IVF Surrogacy Case and the Ethical and Moral Limits of Reproductive Technologies in Britain