Women S Rights Reflections In Popular Culture

Author: Ann M. Savage
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440839433
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Covering from 1900 to the present day, this book highlights how female artists, actors, writers, and activists were involved in the fight for women's rights, with a focus on popular culture that includes film, literature, music, television, ...

Freedom Of Speech Reflections In Art And Popular Culture

Author: Patricia L. Dooley
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440843406
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This book examines how freedom of speech is reflected in pop culture by looking at numerous examples of films, websites, television shows, and songs that have touched on—and impacted—this issue. • Covers freedom of speech issues in ...

Philosophical Feminism And Popular Culture

Author: Sharon Crasnow
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739172255
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The eight essays contained in Philosophical Feminism and Popular Culture explore the portrayal of women and various philosophical responses to that portrayal in contemporary post-civil rights society.

Women And War In The Twentieth Century

Author: Nicole A. Dombrowski
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135872856
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She has authored a number of books in the areas of women's studies and Latin
American Studies, including When Women Rebel: The Rise of Popular Feminism
in Peru (Westport, CT: L.Hill, 1985). ... Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 25 (
1994) and, with Rosalind Petchesky, “Toward an Interdependent Approach to
Reproductive and Sexual Rights as Human Rights: Reflections on the ICPD and
Beyond,” in From Basic Needs to Basic Rights: Women's Claim to Human Rights,

Kulturelle Dynamik Der Globalisierung

Author: Johanna Riegler
Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences
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Special Issue, Yerevan Bachmann, C, Stärkle, C, Doise, W. 2003: Re-inventing
Citizenship in South Caucasus: Exploring the Dynamics and Contradictions
Between Formal Definitions and Popular Conceptions. ... Culture and Rights.
Anthropological Perspectives, Cambridge, 102-126 Harutyunyan, Anahit, 2003:
Armenian Women's Movement in the 19'h and Early 20,h Century, in: Armenian
Association of Women with University Education: Gender Studies in Armenia,
Yerevan, 58-74 ...

Visual Habits

Author: Rebecca Sullivan
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 0802039359
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They lent their religious status to social justice, women's rights, and a belief in the
modernization of religion to meet the contemporary demands of everyday life.
The presence of women religious (the canonical term that is generally preferred
over the colloquial 'nuns') in the public sphere sparked intense media interest,
resulting in a series of representations of convent life in film, television, music,
journalism, and popular literature. After only a bit of reflection, the memories all
begin to ...

Reflections Of Body Image In Art Therapy

Author: Margaret R. Hunter
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 184905892X
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Barbie's debut into the American market in 1959 marked the beginning of her
own journey and she would influence the lives of Western girls for decades to
come. Women passionately argue the pros and cons of Barbie's very existence;
yet everyone seems to agree the plastic doll has made a significant impression
on the collective minds of young girls in the West. She is an icon, and arguably a
modern archetypal representation of ideal female beauty. one has only to Google
“Barbie” ...

Women S Rights Law Reporter

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WOMEN LAWYERS IN POPULAR CULTURE An examination of the depiction of
law and lawyers in popular media is most useful as a measurement of the
general public perception of the law and the legal profession. Forms of popular
culture can chart the impact of law on society as its creator has understood,
processed, and then communicated the phenomena, assuming that the creator is
observant and perceptive. Looking at images of law and lawyers in popular
culture permits us ...

The Social Practice Of Human Rights

Author: Joel R. Pruce
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137503777
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Contributors to this volume investigate the contexts and efforts of activists and professionals devoted to promoting human rights norms.

Political Islam In Turkey And Women S Organizations

Author: Yeşim Arat
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Mardin, §erif. (1994). "Islam in Mass Society: Harmony versus Polarization",
Heper & Evin (eds.). Politics in the Third Turkish Republic, Boulder: Westview.
Mayer, Ann Elizabeth. (1994). "Universal versus Islamic Human Rights: A Clash
of Cultures or a Clash with a Construct?", 15, Michigan Journal of International
Law. Mayer, Ann Elizabeth. (1995). "Cultural Particularism as a Bar to Women's
Rights. Reflections on the Middle Eastern Experience". Julie Peters and Andrea
Wolper (eds.) ...