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Prostitution as violence against women - Trends and Statistics
Surviving in dangerous places - Our work and our working-class consciousness
All the dual-career couples were heterosexual.Choosing to relocate - A ''whole economy'' perspective
Hardill, I.; MacDonald, S.
Beyond learning to endure - The case of the legitimate victim
Patton, W.; Mannison, M.
President Mandela used this phrase in his inaugural speech in Pretoria, May 1994. It has subsequently taken on great symbolic and emotional significance in promoting a climate of reconciliation within the nation.A new agenda - Some thoughts for South Africa
Legislating personal politics in sandinista nicaragua, 1979-1992 - Rape in Nicaragua
Working it out for ourselves - Playing on the fear factor
Bond, M.; Bywaters, P.
For one, among many, discussions of the notion of ''imagined community'' (see Hall, 1990).For discussion of this point in a more general context, see Delphy and Leonard (1993).This programme was screened in the U.S. several years before Rodney King and screened in Britain some time after.For an extended discussion of the reversals, which characterised the Rodney King case, see Gooding-Williams (1993).The programme ended with a series of phone numbers and addresses of advice and, importantly, of
Epstein, D.; Steinberg, D.L.
Toward a feminist natural science - Women ecology and development
Focus groups in feminist research - A ''Feminism & Psychology'' Reader
No Distinction of Sex? Women in British Universities 1870-1939
Single Mothers in an International Context: Mothers or Workers?
Review of Feminism and Sexuality: A Reader
Women's Fiction and the Great War
Casting Her Own Shadow: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Shaping of Postwar Liberalism