Dyga, Edwin
September 2007
Quadrant Magazine;Sep2007, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p26
This article describes the reaction of feminists to studies and writings that openly challenge the social theory upon which they base their social agenda. It illustrates the hostile reaction of feminists to the study by Michael Noer entitled "Don't Marry a Career Woman," published by "Forbes" magazine in 2006 as typical. It explains that Noer's study was based on meritorious research and that its implication for society is worth investigation within the tradition of scientific inquiry. It predicts the possible of a return of traditional values.


Related Articles

  • An open letter.  // Off Our Backs;Jan2000, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p10 

    Discusses ways by which factions within the feminist movement can be united. Changes in feminist movements during the past years; Need for feminists to look back at history; Need to raise the consciousness of women.

  • Women's Liberation Catches Up To the Ladder. Damon, Gene // Ladder;Aug/Sep70, Vol. 14 Issue 11/12, p4 

    We find the similarities of this issue of 'The Ladder' and the May/June 1970 issue of 'Up From Under' to be striking. This similarity highlights a significant fact: that women must band together, all women, or human freedom as dreamed of by all men and women, heterosexual and homosexual alike,...

  • Feminist Theology. Wienclaw, Ruth A. // Feminist Theology -- Research Starters Sociology;4/1/2018, p1 

    Feminist theology is a theological movement primarily within Christianity and Judaism that is intended to re-examine scriptural teachings on women and women's roles from a woman's perspective. Feminist theology attempts to counter arguments or practices that place women in inferior spiritual or...

  • Roundtable: The Future of Feminist Biblical Studies. Fiorenza, Elisaheth Schüssler // Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion (Indiana University Pres;Fall2013, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p117 

    Information about a roundtable at the 2012 SBL/AAR meeting in Chicago, Illinois is presented. The rountable tackled how scholars in biblical studies are addressing the problem of becoming disciplined. Scholars were also asked to answer the most important issues Feminist Biblical Studies needs to...

  • The Politics of Happiness. Mantilla, Karla // Off Our Backs;2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p31 

    The author reflects on the happiness of individuals in the U.S. She stresses that happiness is generally a good thing and something that feminists and other social activists should keep in mind as one of the ultimate goals of social change. She adds that being happy is not only not necessary, it...

  • Happiness Can Be Radical. Douglas, Carol Anne // Off Our Backs;2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p46 

    The author reflects on the happiness of radical feminists in the U.S. She stresses that the happiness of feminists is their rights to speak, write and tell what they are thinking. Further, expressing themselves, taking action, and even speaking about abuse and rape are the kinds of happiness for...

  • I'm a Happy Feminist. Dembinska-Lemus, Karolina // Off Our Backs;2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p48 

    The author expresses her rights to be a happy feminist. She mentions her awareness on the problems in the world, including the injustices, violence, sexism, puberty, racism, discrimination and environmental concerns. She is proud to be a feminist because she can do whatever she wants that will...

  • El feminismo no puede ser uno porque las mujeres somos diversas. Aportes a un feminismo negro decolonial desde la experiencia de las mujeres negras del Pacífico colombiano. Lozano Lerma, Betty Ruth // La Manzana de la discordia;jul-dic2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p7 

    This article asserts that feminisms born in Europe and North America are colonial discursive elaborations that defined what it was to be a woman and a feminist, and that the categories of gender and patriarchy established what the subordination of women was and also the possibilities for their...

  • DO IT AND NAME IT: FEMINIST THEOLOGY AND PEACE BUILDING IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA. Spahic-Šiljak, Zilka // Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion (Indiana University Pres;Fall2013, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p176 

    An essay is presented on the history of feminist liberation theology in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The author talks about the important role of the scholarly apparatus of feminist work in religion and the writings of many well-known colleagues in making sense of women's lives. She also emphasizes...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics