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Covering topics such as citizenship in the private sphere, women and protest, and Irishness and abortion, contents in this issue include: "Love and Colonialism in Takamure Itsue's Feminism: A Postcolonial Critique; Women, Wives and the Campaign Against Pit Closures" "in County Durham: Understanding the Vane Tempest Vigil; Narratives of Irishness and the Problem of Abortion: The X Case, 1992; Public and Private Citizenship: From Gender Invisibility to Feminist Inclusiveness."
|Love and Colonialism in Takamure Itsue's Feminism: a postcolonial critique|
|Women, Wives and the Campaign Against Pit Closures in Co. Durham: understanding the vane tempest vigil|
|Narratives of Irishness and the Problem of Abortion: the X case 1992|
|Public and Private Citizenship: from gender invisibility to feminist inclusiveness|
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Series: Journal: Feminist Review
Number Of Pages: 160
Published: 24th September 1998
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6 x 0.9
Weight (kg): 0.24