Ever since the s, when American entrepreneurs began shipping furs to China, American firms have sought markets in other countries. The American business presence abroad has been a source both of strength and of controversy for many decades. American diplomacy has often helped to open doors for American business abroad. That is what happened in China after when the American government adopted what became known as the "Open Door" policy.
Strong Mothers, Weak Wives: The Search for Gender Equality. I do not recommend specific courses of action.
My task is to describe some connections that run so deep they go unnoticed in our everyday lives. Now, as the male-headed nuclear family is losing ground, perhaps this understanding can help us plan for a more egalitarian future. Although I am addressing feminists, I hope the book will be read by many who do not consider themselves feminists but who are interested in the issues feminists address.
The changes that are occurring affect everybody, and dialogues between groups need to be substituted for name-calling. I hope that the book will be used in classes on gender and can add to the understanding of how gender inequality is reproduced and how it might be changed.
This book could not have been written had I not read the works of other feminist thinkers both inside and outside the academy. Although I have not met many of them, I am indebted to them for communicating their insights and passions.
I am also grateful to those who shared their ideas in the interdisciplinary seminars led by visiting scholars at the Center for the Study of Women in Society at the University of Oregon, Eugene.
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In addition to the intellectual stimulation provided by Center affiliates, the Center also provided me with secretarial help and with funds to buy released time from several classes in order to write. I gratefully acknowledge this support. I also owe personal debts of gratitude to many individuals.
I especially thank those colleagues who read the entire manuscript at one stage or another. First, there is Marilyn Frye, who was a visiting scholar at the Center when I was writing the first chapters. She not only read these but, after she left, continued to read, and to criticize, the manuscript.
I found her clearheaded questions and comments enormously helpful. I also want to thank Jean Stockard, my colleague in the department of sociology and collaborator on an earlier book.
She read not only the entire manuscript but sometimes various versions of the same chapter, and always made constructive suggestions.
I also thank Marion Goldman, another sociological colleague, for editing suggestions and for helping me to be more accurate on some points. Mary Rothbart, from our psychology department, read an early version of the whole manuscript.Likewise, the black seems to be content to be defined as a “thug,” or a “bitch,” or “skeezer,” “chickenhead,” “ratchet” (aka “wretched,” possibly a reference to Nurse Ratchet of Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest), etc.
Our media has defined and pictured the male members of the group as big burly negroes. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.
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