Critical interdiscipliarity, women's studies, and cross-cultural insight

Pryse, Majorie
March 1998
NWSA Journal;Spring98, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Reports on an essay in which the relationship between interdisciplinary methods and cross-cultural analysis in women's studies are examined. What the author of the study contends; Details on the factors which influence the areas examined; Reference to the work of Sandra Harding, on Standpoint theory; Identification of the research which was used to examine the relationship.


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