Abortion is the most politically divisive of all the so-called family issues. Mary K. Zimmerman, Passage through Abortion: The Personal and Social Reality of Women’s Experiences (New York: Praeger, 1977), p. 2. oogle Scholar.
Abortion is the most politically divisive of all the so-called family issues. Linda Bird Francke, The Ambivalence of Abortion( New York: Random House, 1978 . Sissela Bok, Ethical Problems of Abortion, Hastings Center Studies, vol. 1, no. 1 (January 1974), p. 4.
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Social issues are distinguished from economic issues; however, some .
Social issues are distinguished from economic issues; however, some issues (such as immigration) have both social and economic aspects. These include the women's rights movement (beginning around the 1920s), the civil rights movement in the United States for African-American equality (beginning around the 1950s) and the LGBT rights movement (beginning around the 1960s).
In various ways, SPSSI seeks to bring theory and practice into focus on human problems of the group, the community, and nations, as well as on the increasingly important problems that have no national boundaries.
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Such studies were given special urgency by the contentious politics. of the 1960s, which often centered on college and university campuses and raised the. question of the allegiances of professors. Given the political Right's attacks on . academics as too liberal, we broach questions about knowledge production and curriculum development. We interpret our findings through the lens of an intuitionist social psychology that helps explain the dynamics of such controversies as well as ongoing ideological divisions in the field.
Women's studies is an interdisciplinary field of academic study that . Women's Studies Quarterly, special issue: Feminist Pedagogy: An Update.
Women's studies is an interdisciplinary field of academic study that examines gender as a social and cultural construct, the social status and contributions of women, and the relationships between power and gender. Popular methodologies within the field of women's studies include standpoint theory, intersectionality, multiculturalism, transnational feminism, autoethnography, and reading practices associated with critical theory, post-structuralism, and queer theory .
Women's issues, such as equality of rights, privileges, and pay-packages similar to those of men, are some of the gender-specific social issues which are faced by American women. According to department of labor, USA, 4. percent of the total . labor force consisted of women and it is projected that by the year 2018, 4. percent of the labor force will be women. In the current economic recession, according to the United States Department of Labor, the unemployment rate has gone up to . 0 percent, as of September 2010
A tide of economic and social change swept across the country in the . After the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, women's political progress also slowed.
A tide of economic and social change swept across the country in the 1920s. The sharp increase in the number of women in the labor force during World War I ended abruptly with the armistice. Female employment grew slowly in the 1920s, mostly in occupations traditionally identified with women - office and social work, teaching, nursing, and apparel manufacturing - and women who worked were usually single, divorced, or widowed.