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Women's Studies Journal

Women's Studies Journal
2000 - 16:1

contents:

  • Globalisation and the Effects of a Low Wage Income Strategy on New Zealand Women
    Linda Hill
  • The Discursive Construction of Obesity
    Kath Ryan and Jenny Carryer
  • 'Here I am everyone's umbrella': Relationships, Domesticity and Responsibilities - The Experiences of Four Latinas in New Zealand
    Marie Anita Rivera, Mary Nash and Andrew Trlin
  • From Cartwright to Gisborne and Back Again: Making Sense of Cervical Screening in Aotearoa/New Zealand
    Suzanne Phibbs
  • Flushed with Pride? Women's Quest for Public Toilets in New Zealand
    Caroline Daley
Student Essay Competition Co-Winners:
  • What's the Word? A Feminist Poststructural Reading of the NZ Family Planning Association's Sexuality Education Booklet
    Maree Burns
  • Amazing, True and Other Stories: A Research Paper
    Pip Robertson
Book Reviews:
  • Alice: The Making of a Woman Doctor, by Fay Hercock, reviewed by Helen Conner.
  • She Dared to Speak: Connie Birchfield's Story, by Maureen Birchfield, reviewed by Helen Conner.
  • Kept by the Power, by Glenys Lewis, reviewed by Helen Conner.
  • Jean DeVanny: Romantic Revolutionary, by Carole Ferrier, reviewed by Aorewa McLeod.
  • Telling Women's Lives: Narrative Inquiries in the History of Women's Education, (eds)Kathleen Weiler and Sue Middleton, reviewed by Rosemary Du Plessis.
  • Halving It All: How Equally Shared Parenting Works, by Francine M. Deutsch, reviewed by Ruth Habgood.

Cover Images: Faces...'Tempt' 'Seduce', Fran Marno, 2000