Lewd Women and Wicked Witches: A Study of the Dynamics of Male Domination

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Subject Index

a
abortion 24 , 121
Achilles heel 98
accusations, of witchcraft see witchcraft
ages, of accused 193
aggressive behaviour 82
AIDS 103
ambition 82
andrarchy 15
anthropological approach 109
anti-sexism see sexism
Assize Court see court
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome see AIDS
autonomous systems 18 , 24

b
belief systems 131
bewitching 126 , 129
bigges see marks
biological:
drive see sex drive;
model 79 , 85
birth control 19
Black Liberation Movement 25 , 42
brewing industry 142
burning see death penalty
‘butch’ roles 106

c
capitalism 4 , 8 , 9 , 11 , 12 , 19 , 20 , 25 , 137 , 138 , 139 , 203 ;
see also patriarchy
Catholicism 135 , 144 -5, 147 , 169
‘chap books’ see pamphlets
chastity 151
Christianity 132 , 134
civil rights, women’s 69
class:
economic 161 ;
relations 14 -18, 25 , 47 -8, 58 , 102
classism 64
clitoris 90 , 91
conditioned responses 88
conflict:
male-female 117 , 121 , 122 , 144 , 203
conflictual relations 23 , 24 , 204
consciousness raising 34 -5, 57 , 60
conspiracy theory 78
contraception 24
court, records of, as source material 123 -4
coven, witches’ 188
creation story 145
criminal violence see violence
‘critical pessimistic tradition’ 138 , 140
cruelty 71
culture 20 , 22

d
daemon see demons
‘Daemonology’ 129 , 188
death penalty 126 -8, 161 , 170 , 177 , 188 , 193 , 199
deconstructionism 31
demographic changes 4 , 109 , 135 , 136 , 139
demons 129 , 134 , 194
desire:
phallic 100 ;
sexual 79 , 80 , 87

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