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by Jane Rendall

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Subcategory: History books
Author: Jane Rendall
ISBN: 0925065390
ISBN13: 978-0925065391
Language: English
Publisher: Lyceum Books (December 1, 1990)
Pages: 382
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Trade paperback, 382 pp, b&w illustrations. 38 pp of bibliographic information. TABLE OF CONTENTS HIGHLIGHTS The Enlightenment and the Nature of Women Feminism and Republicanism: "Republican Motherhood" Evangelicalism and the Nature of Women. Educating Hearts and Minds Work and Organization Domestic Questions. Politics, Philanthropy, and the Public Sphere.

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This comparative study analyses the emergence of feminist movements and their differing characters in Britain, France and the United States. Jane Rendall examines the social, economic and cultural factors which affected women's status in society, and led some women to act, individually and collectively, to seek to change it. The Enlightenment emphasis on women's 'nature' and the evangelical stress on the moral potential of women contributed to a framework of ideas which could be used by conservatives and by feminists.

Jane Rendall Is Lecturer in History at the University of York. Country of Publication. The United States: Feminism and the Current Reform. Great Britain: Feminist Politics and the Politics of Class. Notes and References

Jane Rendall Is Lecturer in History at the University of York. Notes and References.

Jane Rendall Metin Parçacığı görünümü - 1984. Sık kullanılan terimler ve kelime öbekleri.

Women in Britain, France and the United States, 1780-1860

Women in Britain, France and the United States, 1780-1860. Author(s): Jane Rendall. Jane Rendall examines the social, economic and cultural factors which affected women's status in society, and led some women to act, individually and collectively, to seek to change i. he Enlightenment emphasis on women's 'nature' and the evangelical stress on the moral potential of women contributed to a framework of ideas which could be used by conservatives and by feminists. Among the middle classes, discussion focused on the need to improve women's education and on the strengths and limitations of domesticity.

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