The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, 27 (2), 2009

Though the majority of essays examine the women’s movement under a microscope in relation to a specific historical and social context, the authors bring such micro, or often very personal movents, up to much larger frameworks, to local, national, transnational and historical levels, thereby making theiry arguments richer and more interesting.  This is one book that will hold readers’ inter

Though the majority of essays examine the women’s movement under a microscope in relation to a specific historical and social context, the authors bring such micro, or often very personal movents, up to much larger frameworks, to local, national, transnational and historical levels, thereby making theiry arguments richer and more interesting.  This is one book that will hold readers’ interest because of the wide range of interesting research topics and approaches.

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