Clearinghouse Connector – August 2011
Links to online resources available from the Women’s Health Victoria Clearinghouse collection.
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Decline in feminism? : the backlash myth On Line Opinion – Australia’s e-journal of social and political debate, 2005
Women’s relationship to feminism : effects of generation and feminist self-labeling Psychology of Women Quarterly, 2010
Post-feminism and popular culture Feminist Media Studies, 2004
Feminism from different perspectives
Re-empowering ourselves : Australian Aboriginal women Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 2010
What is the status of indigenous women and indigenous feminism in Australia? Association for Women’s Rights in Development, 2008
Bringing together feminist disability studies and environmental justice Center for Women Policy Studies, 2011
Multiculturalism and Muslim women : Sharia debate in Australia and Canada : paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Political Science Association, 29th May 2009 University of Sydney. Faculty of Arts. School of Social and Political Science. Department of Government and International Relations, 2009
Circles and circles : notes on African feminist debates around gender and violence Feminist Africa, 2010
The transfeminism manifesto University of North Texas, 2001
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