By Marina Dahlquist
By Alf Mintzel
Dieses Buch ist keine iiberarbeitete und gekiirzte Fassung meiner Arbeit iiber die organisationspolitische Entwicklung der CSU, die 1975 im Westdeutschen Verlag, Opladen, unter dem Titel "Die CSU. Anatomie einer konservativen Partei 1945 -1972" erschienen ist. Diese "Geschichte der CSU" ist auch nicht die 1975 angekiindigte Folgestudie, sondern eine Dberblicksdarstellung, die einen eigenen Platz neben den breit angelegten Fachbiichern beansprucht. Wenn auch aus Platzgriinden hier auf eine ausfiihrliche Diskussion der wis senschaftlichen Literatur zur CSU bzw. zu Gegenstandsbereichen, die auch die CSU betreffen, verzichtet und der Anmerkungsapparat auf das Allerwichtigste beschrankt werden mugte, so handelt es sich hier doch urn den ersten Versuch einer fachwissenschaftlichen Ge samtdarstellung. In dieser "Geschichte der CSU" werden iiber kurzgefagte Teile meines ersten Buches hinaus ideologische Grundziige und Hauptent wicklungslinien der Politik der CSU dargestellt und an Beispielen landes- und bundespolitischer Situationen verdeutlicht. Hierbei wird auch ins element gegangen und ofters ausfiihrlich zitiert, vor allem aus dokumentarischen Grunden. Denn meine Argumentation und meine Interpretation stiitzen sich auf "Hintergrundwissen" und auf viele, dem Leser unzugangliche Quellen.
By Marlene Gerber Fried
This anthology argues for a selection of the single-issue abortion-rights move right into a multi-cultural feminist stream.
By Barbara Pini
Utilizing modern gender idea to envision gender and rurality past that of easily women/femininities, this illuminating booklet correctly locates the topic of masculinities in the rural/agricultural context.While there was a wealth of literature on males and masculinities released lately, the weather of rules has been as a rule skilled via an city lens. This publication hence investigates new conceptual territory.Embedded within the literature on gender and rurality in addition to the scholarship on gender and organizations/management, the publication attracts on an in-depth ethnographic research of gender kin in Australian agricultural politics. it is going to converse to educational audiences in rural social sciences, gender stories and management/organization reviews.
By Mary Taylor
The shut friendship among Charlotte Bront? and Mary Taylor all started in boarding institution and lasted for the remainder of their lives. It was once Mary Taylor, actually, who encouraged Bront? to go away her oppressive parsonage domestic and visit Brussels, the eventual environment for her novel, Villette. Mary herself led a miles much less constrained existence, particularly in her later years as a feminist essayist who strongly prompt girls to contemplate their "first responsibility" to be operating to help themselves. In pass over Miles, her in basic terms novel, Taylor breaks with culture by way of making a profoundly feminist and morally severe paintings which depicts women's friendships as maintaining lifestyles and sanity via the entire vicissitudes of Victorian womanhood. She additionally introduces an cutting edge narrative shape which Janet Murray (who has written an advent for this version) calls a "feminist bildungsroman": the tale of the schooling of numerous heroines which emphasizes their friendship and fiscal and psychological health and wellbeing instead of their love lives. Set within the small Yorkshire village of Repton opposed to the backdrop of hunger within the wool districts and the increase of Chartism within the 1830s, this recovered feminist vintage chronicles the lives of 4 disparate and separately formidable girls as they learn how to locate their very own voices and help each other. The novel's emphasis at the therapeutic strength of women's friendships echoes the connection among Bront? and Taylor herself. initially released in 1890, leave out Miles has been unavailable for many years. Its reappearance will pride all enthusiasts of excellent literature.
By Rosalind Pollack Petchesky
A holistic figuring out of abortion from a feminist viewpoint, together with the historical past of its perform and country rules to comprise it; the social, financial, and cultural stipulations less than which girls put it to use; and the felony, ethical, and political battles that encompass it.
By Linda Gordon
Linda Gordon's vintage learn, the ethical estate of girls, is the main whole background of contraception ever written. It covers the full historical past of the serious controversies approximately reproductive rights that experience raged within the usa for greater than one hundred fifty years, from the earliest makes an attempt of girls to arrange for the criminal keep an eye on in their our bodies to the consequences of second-wave feminism. Gordon defines the position that contraception has performed in society's attitudes towards girls, sexuality, and gender equality, arguing that reproductive keep watch over has continually been crucial to women's prestige. She exhibits how competition to it has lengthy been a part of the conservative competition to gender equality.
By Camelia Entekhabifard, George Murer
Author note: George Murer [Translator]
Publish 12 months note: initially released in 2007
Camelia Entekhabifard was once six years previous in 1979 while the shah of Iran used to be overthrown by means of progressive supporters of the Ayatollah Khomeini. by means of the age of 16, Camelia used to be a nationally celebrated poet, and at eighteen she was once one of many youngest reformist newshounds in Tehran. simply 8 years later she was once imprisoned, held in solitary confinement, and charged with breaching nationwide protection and tough the authority of the Islamic regime. Camelia is either a narrative of starting to be up in post-revolutionary Tehran and a haunting reminder of the implications of conversing the reality in a repressive society.
By Sandra J. Lindow
Dancing the Tao: Le Guin and ethical improvement takes an unique method of Ursula ok. Le Guin's paintings - speculative fiction, poetry and kid's literature by means of contemplating her Taoist upbringing after which searching through the lens of ethical improvement theorists resembling Carol Gilligan and Mary box Belenky and psychologists similar to Lenore Terr and Jennifer J. Freyd. it's the such a lot complete method of Le Guin's ethical pondering to this point. a specific emphasis is wear Le Guin's depiction of actual and sexual baby abuse and its long-term aftereffects corresponding to submit annoying pressure illness. the focal point through the e-book is on how morality develops via self-awareness and voice, how ethical judgements are made and the way Le Guin demanding situations readers to re-evaluate their very own ethical pondering This publication covers all of Le Guin's significant works reminiscent of The Left Hand of Darkness, The Dispossessed, The Earthsea sequence, continually Coming domestic, The Telling and Lavinia, and it additionally appears intensive at paintings that's not often mentioned akin to Le Guin's early paintings, her poetry, and her photograph books
By Hans Kelsen (auth.)
In his selection of texts, the Editor has been confronted with the tough job of choosing, from one of the author's greater than six hundred guides, these of the best philosophical curiosity. it's mainly the themes of value-rela tivism and the good judgment of norms which were saved in view. the choice has additionally been guided through the endeavour to reprint, as far as attainable, texts that have no longer hitherto seemed in English. now and then, despite the fact that, this target has needed to be discarded, so as to comprise works of key im portance and in addition the newest expressions of Kelsen's view. as well as the 2 issues already pointed out, the Editor has con sidered Kelsen's discussions of the causal precept to be thus far helpful of philosophical cognizance, that a few writings on causality and account skill were integrated during this number of philosophical reviews. OTA WEINBERGER Hans Kelsen died on April nineteenth, 1973. in basic terms his paintings now lives, for the foundation of destiny generations of jurists and philosophers. Graz, twenty fifth April, 1973 OT A WEINBERGER TRANSLATOR'S notice i'm obliged to the Editor for his cautious scrutiny of the interpretation, which has ended in a few corrections and enhancements within the text.