Sex and Nation Women in Irish Culture and Politics

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Title: Sex and Nation Women in Irish Culture and Politics
Authors: Meaney, Gerardine
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Date: 1991
Online since: 2014-04-11T15:34:51Z
Abstract: The aim of this pamphlet is to challenge the assumptions made by and about the women's movement in Ireland. It is to some extent a retrospective exercise, an attempt to analyse and respond to some of the ideas put forward in previous pamphlets in this series. It is, more importantly, an attempt to suggest directions in which Irish feminism can move in the future, an attempt to learn from the reverses and successes of the 1980s and to identify opportunities which will be available to Irish feminism in the 1990s.
Type of material: Book
Publisher: Attic Press
Copyright (published version): 1991 the author
Keywords: Feminism--IrelandWomen and politics
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Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
ISBN: 1-85594-015-9
Appears in Collections:English, Drama & Film Research Collection
UCD Humanities Institute Research Collection

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