Special Issues of Periodicals

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Special Issues of Periodicals


Lehman, JoAnne, Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources


CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY v.30, no. 1 (2004): "Symposium: Gender, Globalization and Work Restructuring." Issue editors: Heidi Gottfried & Joan Acker. Publisher: Brill (www.brill.nl). ISSN: 0896-9205 (print), 1569-1632 (online). Available online to licensed subscribers through IngentaConnect.

Contents of special section: "Gendering Globalization Discourses," by Heidi Gottfried; "Gender, Capitalism and Globalization," by Joan Acker; "From Gender as Object to Gender as Verb: Rethinking How Global Restructuring Happens," by Leslie Salzinger; "The Effects of Global Economic Restructuring on Urban Women's Work and Income-Generating Strategies in Dhaka, Bangladesh," by Kathryn Ward et al.; "Globalization and Regulation: The New Economy, Gender and Labor Regimes," by Cecilia Ng.

THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN STUDIES no. 17 (2006): "Gender." Editor: Fumiko Nishizaki. Publisher: Japanese Association for American Studies; website: http://www.jaas.gr.jp/english. ISSN: 0288-3570. Free fulltext access at http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/jaas/periodicals/JJAS/

Partial contents: "Asian Crossroads/Transnational American Studies," by Shelley Fisher Fishkin; "The 1910s Anti-Prostitution Movement and the Transformation of American Political Culture," by Hiroyuki Matsubara; "Gender Ideology in the Rise of Obstetrics," by Naoko Ono; "Between Factory and School: Women School Teachers in Early Nineteenth-Century New England," by Yukako Hisada; "Ellen N. LaMotte, 1873-1961: Gender and Race in Nursing," by Keiko Sugiyama; "Gender and American Citizenship: The Construction of 'Our Nation' in the Early Twentieth Century," by Yuko Matsumoto; "Re-Gendering Citizenship in Post 9-11 America," by Chieko Kitagawa Otsuru.

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JOURNAL OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHY v.27, no.2 (June 2000): "Feminism and Chinese Philosophy." Issue editor: Karyn Lai. Publisher: Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy; http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/journal.asp?ref=0301-8121. ISSN: 0301-8121. Available online to licensed subscribers through Blackwell Synergy.

Partial contents: "The Daodejing: Resources for Contemporary Feminist Thinking," by Karyn Lai; "Contemporary Feminist Body Theories and Mencius's Ideas of Body and Mind," by Eva Kit Wah Man; "Kongzi as Feminist: Confucian Self-Cultivation in a Contemporary Context," by Sandra A. Wawrytko; "Confucianism and Feminist Concerns: Overcoming the Confucian 'Gender Complex,'" by Chenyang Li; "Process and Shin No Jiko ('True Self'): A Critique of Feminist Interpretation of 'Self-Emptying,'" by Linyu Gu; "Two Perspectives of Care: Confucian Ren and Feminist Care," by Julia Po-Wah Lai Tao.

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