Based on a series of in-depth interviews with women involved in community activism around a variety of political, social, or civic causes. Determines what kinds of values and themes are central to their work and leadership.
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Title: The Ties That Bind: Women's Public Vision for Politics, Religion, and Civil Society
Publication date 2005-06-01
Publication Year 2005
Amy B. Caiazza
Institute for Women's Policy Research
North America / United States
, women s public
, ties that bind
, women s policy
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