Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-221).
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: agency and resistance: debates in feminist theory and praxis /Ellen Faulkner, Gayle MacDonald pt.1.Section one: introduction 1.Rethinking the critique of victim feminism /Rebecca Stringer pt.2.Legal challenge/reform and resistance 2.Flight: women abuse and the Hague convention /Rebecca Jaremko Bromwich 3.Bad girls like good contracts: Ontario exotic dancers' collective resistance /Suzanne Bouclin 4.Be active, be emancipated: women's responses to violence and war /Doris Goedl.pt.3.Politics of resistance 5.Raging grannies: outrageous hats, satirical songs and civil disobedience /Carole Roy 6.Not tough enough skin? Resisting paternalist relations in academe /Norma Jean Profitt 7.Representing victims of sexualized assault /Linda Coates, Penny Ridley pt.4.Resilience/identity formation 8.Queer dispositions: a case study in trans-gressing the limits of law /Lisa Passante 9.In defiance of compulsory mothering: voluntarily childfree women's resistance /Debra Mollen 10.Playing games with the law: legal advocacy and resistance /Karen Rosenberg 11.Resistance and recovery: three women's testimonies /Jean Toner.pt.5.Literary/historical forms of resistance 12.Milk enough for all: breast giving, fugitivity and the limits of resistance /Lynn Makau 13.Insane but not an ideological convert: Nakamoto Takako's claim to political dissidence in prewar Japan /Janice Matsumura.
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