Women's Studies Encyclopedia, Volume 1
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999 - Feminism - 1607 pages
A multidisciplinary reference on the collective experiences of women. Prepared by 425 scholars from all disciplines, features 701 alphabetically listed entries, coverage of 1,250 historical figures, analysis of women and society and culture throughout history, cross-references, and bibliography.
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Page 453 - The family is a social group characterized by common residence, economic cooperation, and reproduction. It includes adults of both sexes, at least two of whom maintain a socially approved sexual relationship, and one or more children, own or adopted, of the sexually cohabiting adults.
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Page 448 - Bounden in a bond; Four thousand winter Thought he not too long; And all was for an apple An apple that he took, As clerkes finden written In theire book.
Page 85 - Linda K. Kerber, Women of the Republic, Intellect and Ideology in Revolutionary America (Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1980), pp.