The Little Book of Feminism

The Little Book of Feminism First Wave feminism is generally seen as the rise of feminism in the West The term refers to the organised activities and campaigns for new rights for women in the latter half of the s although t

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  • Title: The Little Book of Feminism
  • Author: Harriet Dyer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • First Wave feminism is generally seen as the rise of feminism in the West The term refers to the organised activities and campaigns for new rights for women in the latter half of the 1800s, although the term feminism wouldn t be coined until 1895 From the corseted rabble rousers of the suffragist movement to the sharp fingered bloggers of today, this comprehensive lit First Wave feminism is generally seen as the rise of feminism in the West The term refers to the organised activities and campaigns for new rights for women in the latter half of the 1800s, although the term feminism wouldn t be coined until 1895 From the corseted rabble rousers of the suffragist movement to the sharp fingered bloggers of today, this comprehensive little guide will teach you the history, theory and big issues and everything you need to know to become a CARD CARRYING FEMINIST.

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    1. An excellent summary of feminism you can hoover up in one sitting. This book covers first, second, third and fourth-wave feminism, as well as touching on feminist movements around the world. Each section is broken down to explain the key events, goals, laws and figures of each wave and it also provides a reading list.I also appreciated that Dyer was up front with the book's limitations - that it couldn't possibly cover everything in 96 pages and largely referred to feminism in the UK (with some [...]

    2. this book acknowledges that it is only a superficial survey of feminism in the US and UK, so it would be unfair to fault it for being just that. it's a good starting point for people who want an overview, and it includes a great reading list in the back. however, it fails to highlight that this is a history of white feminism, and does not identify "other" feminism histories.

    3. Perfecto para leérselo en un ratín libre y ubicarse, de manera casi esquemática, en el mundo del feminismo.

    4. I read the book in one sitting at only 96 pages it is a really easy read. Although, just because it is short it doesn't mean that it misses any of the key information out. The writing style is perfectly concise.What I really liked is that this book gave statistics, historical details, timelines, quotes, important names and details of first, second and third wave feminism. All in 96 pages!I would definitely recommend this book. It is such a fantastic starting point for anyone that wants to what f [...]

    5. Good info and reference points for first-third wave feminism; not so much for today’s fourth-wave though. No mention of the movement’s focus on intersectionality and hails the ever-problematic Lena Dunham as a “feminist heroine”. Odd that it was written by a UK author in 2016 too, who doesn’t mention Ireland’s current fight for abortion rights in the ‘feminism around the world’ section - despite it occurring across the sea.

    6. A good summary of and introduction to feminism, written in an easy language and in a concise little book.

    7. It does say it's little but I wish it would have had a bit more content. Does it's job, great to hand it to somebody when you don't want them to get lost in .

    8. "Research has shown that women have the biological potential to be equal to men in many ways, but social norms, laws and lack of opportunity have stood in their way"This was very informative and to the point. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting to know more about feminism and its history, or someone who is confused about the whole movement.

    9. A little book with a lot to say.‘The little book of feminism’ teaches you the history, theory and big issues surrounding feminism. A helpful book to understanding feminism and learning more.

    10. I've been looking for a pocket guide like this I could give to people, and this one is excellently-written and nearly perfect, with two flaws: one is that it's British, so the "Laws" section is a little too specific to the UK, but that's ok. Worse is that it doesn't really focus on making a case for feminism and delving into problems but instead just on the factual history. A few case studies or anecdotes would have helped generate empathy.

    11. I read this book in about an hour, and would definitely recommend it to EVERYONE. It is very simple, and explains the history of feminism in a way that is easy to understand; it doesn't drone on about specific facts, it just gets right to the point. This book gives an overview of the history of feminism, so it isn't necessarily persuasive, but I do have to say that seeing all the work that women have done for nearly two centuries definitely got me fired up about modern feminism!

    12. A quick read. At first the structure of this book can make the message feel a little choppy. But, read on! As you progress through second wave feminism, third and today, the structure is an asset, allowing quick comparisons and a better understanding of the evolution. I recommend this book for those looking for an overview of feminism as a movement.

    13. Nice but like the title suggests very short. There were some interesting bits about the history of feminism that I didn't know yet. Also while I get why the author only focused mainly on feminism in the US and Europe I was a bit disappointed about this as I would have loved to learn more about feminism elsewhere.

    14. A very quick read which I enjoyed. I've read a few pieces of feminist non-fiction this year, so I thought this book wouldn't offer me much that I didn't already know, but I definately learned a few things from it! Would reccomend this as a starter book for anyone interested in feminism and it's history.

    15. Very quick and informative review of the different waves of feminism, what they stood for and important people in the movement. Focus mostly in the US and UK.

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