|Author:||Ms. Suzanne Franzway,Ms. Mary Margaret Fonow|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Publisher:||University of Illinois Press; 1st edition (February 17, 2011)|
|Other formats:||lrf lit azw docx|
"Making Feminist Politics" is empirically rich and analytically nuanced. I do not know of another book with this breadth of focus.
"Making Feminist Politics" is empirically rich and analytically nuanced. Ranging from the family to global governance and from internal politics in an international union to coalition-building at the World Social Forum, this is fascinating material. -Catherine Eschle, coauthor of "Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement". This is a book that has been needed for a long time.
Making Feminist Politics is empirically rich and analytically nuanced. -Catherine Eschle, coauthor of Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement. Rarely have I seen an analysis of women's roles in contemporary union organizing placed in an international context
In this timely and detailed examination of the intersections of feminism, labor politics, and global studies, Suzanne Franzway and Mary Margaret Fonow reveal the ways in which women across the world are transforming labor unions in the contemporary era. Situating specific case studies.
Making Feminist Politics book.
Making Feminist Politics : Transnational Alliances Between Women and Labor. Applying feminist thinking to labor studies in a global context. by Mary Margaret Fonow and Suzanne Franzway.
Mary Margaret Fonow, Suzanne Franzway. Place of Publication. Mary Margaret Fonow is the director of the School of Social Transformation and a professor of women and gender studies at Arizona State University. Country of Publication.
Suzanne Franzway Mary Margaret Fonow1 பிப்ரவரி, 2000. University of Illinois Press.
Situating specific case studies within broad feminist topics, Suzanne Franzway and Mary Margaret Fonow .
Making Feminist Politics connects the diversity of women's experiences around the world both inside and outside the home and highlights the innovative ways women workers attain their common goals.
This book set out to investigate how union women make feminist politics within and through the trade union .
This book set out to investigate how union women make feminist politics within and through the trade union movement in such ways as to achieve feminist goals, particularly at transnational levels. This is important for feminists and unionists because, as Sylvia Walby (1986) points out, trade unions are becoming the largest mass organizations of women supporting social democratic projects (231). Making feminist politics in any sphere of life and at any level necessitates engaging with the sexual politics that prevail.