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Third wave agenda : being feminist, doing feminism

Author: Leslie Heywood; Jennifer Drake
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, ©1997.
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"The women and men writing here are activists, teachers, cultural critics, artists, and journalists. They distinguish themselves from a group of young, conservative feminists, including Naomi Wolf and Katie Roiphe, who criticize second wave feminists and are regularly called on to speak for the "next generation" of feminism. In contrast, Third Wave Agenda seeks to complicate our understanding of feminism by not only  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie Heywood; Jennifer Drake
ISBN: 0816630046 9780816630042 0816630054 9780816630059
OCLC Number: 36876149
Description: x, 268 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Living in McJobdom: third wave feminism and class inequity / Michelle Sidler --
We learn America like a script: activism in the third wave; or, Enough phantoms of nothing / Leslie Heywood and Jennifer Drake --
Reading between the waves: feminist historiography and a "postfeminist" moment / Deborah L. Siegel --
HUES magazine: the making of a movement / Tali Edut, with Dyann Logwood and Ophira Edut --
Part animal, part machine: self-definition, Rollins style / Leigh Shoemaker --
Roseanne: a "killer bitch" for Generation X / Jennifer Reed --
A tale of two feminisms: power and victimization in contemporary feminist debate / Carolyn Sorisio --
Deconstructing me: on being (out) in the Academy / Carol Guess --
Feminism and a discontent / Lidia Yukman --
Masculinity without men: women reconciling feminism and male-identification / Ana Marie Cox [and others] --
Duality and redefinition: young feminism and the alternative music community / Melissa Klein --
Doin' it for the ladies--youth feminism: cultural productions/cultural activism / Jen Smith --
Hip-hop matters: rewriting the sexual politics of rap music / Jeff Niesel.
Responsibility: Leslie Heywood & Jennifer Drake, editors.
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"The women and men writing here are activists, teachers, cultural critics, artists, and journalists. They distinguish themselves from a group of young, conservative feminists, including Naomi Wolf and Katie Roiphe, who criticize second wave feminists and are regularly called on to speak for the "next generation" of feminism. In contrast, Third Wave Agenda seeks to complicate our understanding of feminism by not only embracing the second wave critique of beauty culture, sexual abuse, and power structures but also emphasizing how desires and pleasures such as beauty and power can be used to enliven activist work, even while maintaining a critique of them."--Jacket.

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