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Feminism, women’s movements and women in movement

By Sara Motta, Cristina Maria Flesher Fominaya, Catherine Eschle and Laurence Cox

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Topics: feminism, Social Movements, women's emancipation movements, H Social Sciences, H
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:aura.abdn.ac.uk:2164/2214
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