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Feminist excavations : a collection of essays on women, the family and ideology / students of Applied Women's Studies, Edith Cowan University ; edited by Dani Stehlik
Bib ID 2160761
Format BookBook
Description Joondalup, W.A. : Centre for Development of Human Resources, Edith Cowan University, c1994 
vi, 117 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0729801640 (paperback)
Series

Social research and development monograph ; no. 10.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Feminism.  |  Feminist theory.  |  Women -- Social conditions.
Other authors/contributors Stehlik, Daniela Anna  |  Centre for the Development of Human Resources (W.A.)

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