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The Ages of Women

DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2019.91003, PP. 32-46

Keywords: Ages of Woman, Millennium

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The present paper examined whether there was any relationship between the development of feminism within individuals, and the societal development of cultural feminism across time. Some interesting trends were observed.


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