I. BEING A WOMAN: PROBLEMS OF GENDER INEQUALITY. 1. Role Socialization.
Claire Renzetti and Daniel Curran, Gender Socialization. Lois Gould, X: A Fabulous Child's Story. 2. Sexuality and Violence.
Robert Baker, “Pricks” and “Chicks”: A Plea for “Persons.” Carole J. Sheffield, Sexual Terrorism. Lois Pineau, Date Rape: A Feminist Analysis. Marilyn Frye, Lesbian “Sex.” 3. Reproduction.
Angela Y. Davis, Racism, Birth Control and Reproductive Rights. Kay Castonguay, Pro-Life Feminism. Christine Overall, Mother/Foetus/State Conflicts. Ruth Hubbard, The New Procreative Technologies. 4. Self-Images.
Sandra Lee Bartky, Foucault, Femininity, and the Modernization of Patriarchal Power. Julia Penelope, The Lesbian Perspective. Patricia Hill Collins, Mammies, Matriarchs, and Other Controlling Images. Cynthia Rich, The Women in the Tower. 5. The World of Work.
Marie Richmond-Abbott, Women Wage Earners. Denise A. Segura, Inside the Work Worlds of Chicana and Mexican Immigrant Women. Debra Renee Kaufman, Professional Women: How Real Are the Recent Gains? Barbara R. Bergmann, The Job of Housewife. 6. The Domestic Scene.
Adrienne Rich, Anger and Tenderness. Lenore J. Weitzman, The Divorce Law Revolution and the Transformation of Legal Marriage. Diana M. Pearce, Something Old, Something New: Women's Poverty in the 1990s. 7. Cultural Invisibility.
Brian Easlea, Patriarchy, Scientists, and Nuclear Warriors. Carol Duncan, The MoMA's Hot Mamas. Virginia Sapiro, Women and Religion. Sue V. Rosser, Re-visioning Clinical Research: Gender and the Ethics of Experimental Design.
II. FEMINIST THEORIES AND APPLICATIONS: EXPLAINING THE PRESENT AND CHANGING THE FUTURE. 8. Liberal Feminism.
Susan Moller Okin, Justice, Gender, and the Family. James P. Sterba, Feminist Justice and Sexual Harassment. Gloria Steinem, Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions. 9. Radical Feminism.
Shulamith Firestone, The Dialectic of Sex. Marilyn Frye, Some Reflections on Separatism and Power. Catharine MacKinnon, Pornography, Civil Rights, and Speech. 10. Cultural Feminism.
Carol Gilligan, Visions of Maturity. Nel Noddings, Women and Caring. Sara Ruddick, Maternal Thinking as a Feminist Standpoint. 11. Marxist/Socialist Feminism.
Evelyn Reed, Women: Caste, Class, or Oppressed Sex. Heidi Hartmann, The Unhappy Marriage of Marxism and Feminism: Towards a More Progressive Union. 12. Postmodern Feminism.
Annie Leclerc, Woman's Word. Hélène Cixous, Sorties. Luce Irigaray, Questions. 13. Ecological Feminism.
Karen J. Warren, The Power and the Promise of Ecological Feminism. Marti Kheel, From Heroic to Holistic Ethics: The Ecofeminist Challenge. 14. Toward Multicultural Feminism.
Maria Lugones and Elizabeth Spelman, Have We Got a Theory for You! Feminist Theory, Cultural Imperialism, and the Demand for “The Woman's Voice.” bell hooks, Sisterhood: Political Solidarity between Women. 15. Toward Gender-Inclusive Feminism: Men's Responses to Feminism.
Harry Brod, The Profeminist Men's Movement: Fraternity, Equality, Liberty. Jack Kammer, The Men's Rights Movement: “Male” Is Not a Four-Letter Word. Robert Bly, The Mythopoetic Men's Movement: The Pillow and the Key.