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This first major study of feminist theory, revised and updated here in its fourth edition, now takes the reader into the twenty-first century.It addresses the basic question, "What is feminism?'' by outlining the various strands of feminist theory: liberal, cultural, Marxist-socialist,Freudian, and radical. This fourth edition brings the discussion up-to-date, integrating the developments in feminist theory that have emerged in thelast two decades, such as ecofeminism, multiculturalism, postmodernism, and global feminismincluding new material since the publication of thethird edition (2000).
Table of Contents
Preface to the Fourth Edition (2012)Preface to the First Edition (1985)1. Enlightenment Liberal Feminism2. Nineteenth-Century Cultural Feminism3. Feminism and Marxism4. Feminism and Freudianism5. Feminism and Existentialism6. Radical Feminism7. The Moral Vision of Twentith-Century Cultural Feminism8. Into the Twenty-First CenturyNotesSelected BibliographyIndex