8 edition of Women in power found in the catalog.
Brief descriptions of the lives, accomplishments, and goals of various women prominent in the field of politics. Includes Ella Grasso, Barbara Jordan, Golda Meir, and Jeannette Rankin.
Bibliography: p. 48.
|Statement||Ginny McReynolds ; [ill. by Jane Palecek].|
|LC Classifications||HQ1390 .M32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||79013301|
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But, in. 'The Power' is a gender-twisting dystopian novel in which young women discover they have immense electrical power that could be used for good, but unsurprisingly is more often harnessed for evil.
As the girls pass it to older women, men are soon cast in a subjugated role.4/4(2K). In Women & Power, she traces the origins of this misogyny to its ancient roots, examining the pitfalls of gender and the ways that history has mistreated strong women since time immemorial.
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ponders a male historian living in a matriarchal world where women hold the power. This book doesn't just flip gender roles. It delves into complicated discussions around systemic oppression, power, rape culture, gender, and religion.
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“Women of Power is a valuable resource to those who seek an insight into the struggle women have faced in becoming leaders in their own right. Alongside the life histories of the women in question, Skard offers detailed analyses of political developments and gives brief historical overviews of each region at the beginning of each chapter.
This is a simple book with a great central point: how the concept of power is based on men’s realities and how it should be redefined and amplified.
With a new conception of power, it would be possible to reach more women. Great book with interesting ideas. The author does not give us specific and detailed answers to issues related to sexism/5().
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: Evelyn Chapman. Henry James, Mary Beard tells us in her new book Women & Power, liked to complain about women's voices — American ones in particular. Under their. Women will never, in significant numbers, be able to gain power by struggling valiantly to fit into existing structures, Prof Beard argues, because power is currently structured so as to exclude them.The Nobility And Power Of Women Words | 5 Pages.
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