Feminism and Political Action at Greenham
This text provides a sociological study of the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp. Using this as a basis, the author examines the ways in which feminists can resist and transform relations of male domination and female subordination. The book aims to contribute to the debates which surround feminism, politics, identity, sexuality and militarism. It should be of interest to students of women's studies, sociology, politics and international relations.
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"...a welcome contribution." - Feminism and Psychology "....documents an important social movement." - Contemporary Sociology "...a compelling account of one component of the British women's movement." - Mobilization "It was with great anticipation that I opened it and started to read, and I was not disappointed." - Feminist Review