Gender and the Civil Rights Movement

Gender and the Civil Rights Movement

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A collection of essays that analyse the people, the protests and the incidents of the civil rights movement through the lens of gender. More than just a study of women, the book examines the ways in which assigned sexual roles and values shaped the strategy, tactics and ideology of the movement.More than just a study of women, the book examines the ways in which assigned sexual roles and values shaped the strategy, tactics and ideology of the movement.


Title:Gender and the Civil Rights Movement
Author: Sharon Monteith
Publisher:Rutgers University Press - 2004
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