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Lecture 5

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC216H5
Professor
Ronit Dinovitzer
Semester
Winter

Description
SOC216Lecture 5 Oct 4 20111 historical approach first wave second wave third wave 2 theoretical approach liberal results equality cultural radicalththFirstwave feminism 19early 20 centuries goal of feminists at that time were getting women recognized as political actors property ownership voting 1929recognized as personSecondwave feminismfeminists recognized there are still limitations aspects of law that lead to practices of inequality 1970 Royal Commission on the Status of Womenfocusing on equal opportunities not just the law in the books more complicated issues rape law example of rape left other issueswhat defines rapemany these issues were clarified dealt with many different issues not just violence equal paperwork and equal value divorce law birth control maternity leave Charteracted in 1892cannot be discriminated against genderThirdwave feminism problem is we still see discrimination by law against womensaw it when they looked at law in actionstarted to look at police caseworkers judges sti
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