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Unformatted text preview: Midterm #1: Study Guide Short Answers Cultural Feminism- Believe that women are different than men- Being different than men, women need a space to nourish these differences- Within their groups, they recreated a hierarchy- Concerned with women's health- Much more orientated towards the mainstream- Breast cancer movement- An example of this would be FEN (or the Feminist Economic Network)- Re-created a hierarchy within the city club building and was highly criticized for this- Cared about women's health and sexuality- Wanted to create specific places within this large space for women to obtain woman-specific health care- Planner Parenthood or omen's shelters Separatists- This faction believes that women are different than men- They have no faith in the current system- Do not believe that the current system can change- Felt that they needed to separate themselves from the current society in order to thrive- An example of this is the Women's Advocates Shelter is Saint Paul before it became more public...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 2626 taught by Professor Villarreal during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.
- Spring '08