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Review: WOMEN'S STUDIES AND SOCIOLOGY: Women's studies in the UK by Zoe Fairbairns
Reviewed Works: Women's studies in the UK by Zoe Fairbairns; Women and men. An anthropologist's view by Ernestine Friedl; Women and achievement. Social and motivational analyses by Martha Tamara Shuch Mednick, Sandra Schwartz Tangri, Lois Wladis Hoffman; Assertive training for women by Susan M. Osborn, Gloria G. Harris; The suffragette view by Antonia Raeburn; Sex roles, life styles, and childbearing. Changing patterns in marriage and the family by John H. Scanzoni
Review by: Janet Wolff
Vol. 11, No. 1 (January 1977), pp. 155-161
Published by: Sage Publications, Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42851854
Page Count: 7
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Sociology © 1977 Sage Publications, Ltd.