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Skeleton woman : feminism and the anti-globalisation movement

Eschle, Catherine (2005) Skeleton woman : feminism and the anti-globalisation movement. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 30 (3). pp. 1742-1769. ISSN 0097-9740

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Abstract

This article has been searching for the feminists, and the feminism, in the antiglobalization movement. Firstly by examination of texts purporting to represent this movement indicated that feminism is barely present granted a fleeting mention at best and deliberately sidelined at worst. Secondly by arguing that this marginalization is at least in part reflective of broader social narratives.