Search Resources (English): Feminist theory

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The mice that roared: using feminist activist principles to influence policy

Discusses how feminist activist principles can offer effective strategies for inclusive research practices, public advocay and policy change.

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Published: 2001
Feminist research methodology and women's health: a review of literature

Examines the links between feminist methodology and women's health research.

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Published: 1998
Intersectional feminist frameworks: an emerging vision

Explores and discusses the contributions of intersectional feminist frameworks (IFFs) to alternative approaches to re-envisioning policy change and advocacy.

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Published: 2006
Feminism: our basis for unity

Contains information and tools informed by decades of women's experiences and understanding of feminism and the feminist movement. Intended as a discussion guide for women and organizations involved or interested in equality-seeking work.

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Published: 2003
Women, globalization and international trade
Examines the negative effects of neo-liberal trade and globalization on women around the world.
Published: 2002
Women and sustainability: from Rio de Janeiro (1992) to Johannesburg (2002)
Takes a broad and feminist look at sustainable development, its definitions, its possibilities, and its tensions and raises important questions about gapes in theory.
Published: 2003
Turbo chicks: talking your feminisms
Provides essays on feminism from various young women.
Published: 2001
A feminist approach to Pap tests
Presents information on Pap tests: how to prepare, what happens during the test, what is being tested and why we use Pap tests. For archival interest.
Published: 1986
Practicing feminist ethics in psychology
Describes feminist ethics in psychology to a broad number of arenas such as teaching, cases of dual or overlapping relationships, antiracist and multicultural education, research, forensic work, and technology.
Published: 1999
Gender, race, and nation: a global perspective
Discusses opening scholarship to the experiences of women in all of their diversity, making links between the differences in local contexts and global contexts, and relating to other women with the understanding of each woman's relative position in terms of power and privilege to facilitate coalition building and develop strategies to address issues of common concern to usher in a just and caring world for all.
Published: 2002