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Australian Women: Feminist Perspectives for the 1980s

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This interdisciplinary anthology, which brings together the research of a prominent group of Australian feminist scholars, reflects three dominant areas of feminist thinking today: the concept of woman as adaptor rather than victim; the effect of public policy on women, including EEO, childcare, rape, and the labor market; and changing contemporary attitudes toward the family. Five main sections illuminate such topics as the history of women and feminst theory in Australia, the sociology of gender, women and the labor market, reproduction and the family, and the impact of feminism on social change.