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The Canadian socialist feminist theory and practice ( 1960s , 1970s)

Author: QiLi
Tutor: LiWei
School: Shandong University
Course: World History
Keywords: Canada Feminism Socialist feminism Women's liberation movement
CLC: K711
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2005
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As a part of the European and American feminists , many schools of feminism in Canada , and splendor. The paper selects which faction - a socialist feminist discourse , and the time limit in the 1960s and seventies , is the women's liberation movement in Europe and the United States during the second wave . Attractive theory and practical activities , socialist feminism became the mainstream of the women's movement in Canada . This article discussed in five parts : Part I: Introduction . Research progress at home and abroad socialist feminism in Canada , a brief narrative description of the breakthrough of this article ; analysis and sort out a few of the basic concepts : feminism, socialist feminism , socialist feminism in Canada , the feminist movement , women's movement , the women's liberation movement : This paper discusses the range . Part II: the rise of the Canadian socialist feminist background . Discusses the domestic background of the rise of the Canadian socialist feminist , international background and historical background . Part III: Canadian socialist feminist theory analysis . Canada , one of the three main schools of feminism , socialist feminism in Canada has its unique theory as an important symbol of the 1960s Bengston and Morton housework wage \associated with the difference between socialism and other factions . Part IV: Canada 's socialist feminist practice activities . Socialist feminists in the second wave of the women's movement , attracting a large number of women , organized a number of women's organizations , to carry out a variety of activities and organizations such as strike , organize awareness-raising group , own theory in practice . Part V: the Canadian socialist feminism . Canadian socialist feminism is the effective combination of theory and practice , theoretically not socialist and feminist simple sum , but a feminist one ; subject to U.S. influence in practice , but has its own milder features. The Canadian socialist feminism in the 1980s gave way to other feminist face marginalization .

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