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Exercise 3 - GWST 310 Jamal Weaver Exercise 3 Global...

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GWST 310 Jamal Weaver 4-16-08 Exercise 3 Global Feminism is defined as feminism that cuts across cultures and unites women’s struggles from many parts of the world. Ethnocentrism as a term to describe a person who’s views their own culture as superior or right, and rejecting the way other cultures view issues. This presents a problem for uniting women around the world to achieve global feminism. If a woman in the United States is concentrated on an issue of fair wage but a woman in a developing nation is concentrated on her reproductive rights and basic necessities there is no unity among the cause. This is especially visible in the United States with religious differences a Christian women may not see the views of a Muslim woman and their objectives for achieving unity and global feminine equality. Three issues that I believe should be addressed to achieve global feminism should first the issue of achieving global universal education. Education is something that no one on
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