Womens Studies Lecture feb 26

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Womens Studies Lecture feb 26 Differences between Us and womens movement of the global south China Movement away from anti essentialist stance ( wanted essentialism) Mexico fight for abortion rights in mexico had a lot more resistance Stress coalitions with men (issues are ones that were faced by both sexes) Women’s movements instead of feminist movements Reject “ feminism” Concern for economic survival(women of the global north didn’t recognize survival issues as real feminist issues) Timing(broader coalition in the 1980s(mexico)), (broader studies in the 1980s(china)) 1975-1985 as the decade for women and Un Women’s conferences. Women began as delegates on policies related to women. Decolonization of Africa Democratization in South America and Parts of Asia Revolutions in central America Independence Egypt- 1923 India- 1947 Algeria- 1961 Brazil- 1985 Chile- 1990 Nicaraugan Revolution- 1979 Korea- 1993 South Africa(out of the apartide movement)- 1994 1975-1995- Un movements Unsettling the Hegemonic Chronology of Feminism A. first Wave of transnational organizing
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course PSY 350 taught by Professor Hemphill during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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