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Mihaela Frunza, Ideology and Feminism  [cached]
Ana Elena Ilinca
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies , 2004,
Abstract: Mihaela Frunza, Ideology and Feminism Ed. Limes, Cluj Napoca, 2004
Badran and Feminism in Islam  [PDF]
Zehra Y?lmaz
Fe Dergi : Feminist Ele?tiri , 2011,
Abstract: A book analysis of "Feminism in Islam" written by Margot Badran
Analysis of the Feminism in Pride and Prejudice
Xueqing Wang,Yan Liu
Theory and Practice in Language Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/tpls.1.12.1827-1830
Abstract: This article is dedicated to the study of profound meaning underlying in the female social, psychological and sexual reality in the novel Pride and Prejudice in Victorian England. It explores into the heroine Elizabeth to study Austen’s special perspective on feminism in the patriarchal society. In conclusion, this thesis examines the nature of Jane Austen’s pioneering literary feminism, and both the positive and negative characterizations of Elizabeth in the text reveal the writer’s feminist value in the Victorian England.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis in Assam  [cached]
Baishya B,Hazarika N
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1996,
Abstract: A case of cutaneous leishmaniasis is being reported from Assam, a North Eastern state of India. Clinical feature and direct smear examination of the case confirmed the diagnosis. Dramatic resolution of the lesions with sodium antimony gluconate during 10 days of therapy was achieved.
Joni Mitchell - Music & Feminism  [PDF]
Ruth Charnock
United Academics Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell has often been portrayed as an important artist for the second-wave feminist movement. Yet she has repeatedly resisted the label of ‘feminist’ throughout the years, expressing her discomfort with the movement. This article considers Mitchell’s uneasy relationship with feminism and gender politics. It argues for a reconsideration of Mitchell that takes into account her potential to disrupt and reshape our thinking about music and social activism.
Malaria in Assam: A challenge  [cached]
Pardal Maninder Pal,Bhalwar Rajvir,Mehta Vijay,Mahendraker Ajay
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2009,
Abstract: Research Question: What is the trend of malaria and proportion of Plasmodium falciparum infections amongst troops of the Army units deployed in Assam over the last 5 years? Study Design: Retrospective cross -sectional descriptive study. Setting: Army units deployed in the state of Assam over the last 5 years. Participants: Population of army units deployed in the state of Assam over the last 5 years. Statistical Analysis: Percentage, Chi square. Results: Malaria contributed to 3.60% to 7% of all hospital admissions over the period of 5 years. The overall malaria incidence showed a significantly increasing trend during the study period. (Chi square for linear trend = 5.19; P = 0.023). Out of these, P falciparum contributed 86% to 98%. The proportion of P falciparum infections showed a significantly increasing trend from 2005 to 2006. (Yate′s corrected Chi square = 7.123; P = 0.008).
Radical democratic politics and feminism
Martínez Labrin, Soledad
Athenea Digital , 2006,
Abstract: In the article I present a reflection around the radical democratic project proposed by Chantal Mouffe and Ernesto Laclau. Specifically, I examine the application of the project in the context of the “new social movements” and especially, of feminist movement. I state the need of drawing attention to universalism and essentialism as the main obstacles to generate a collective proposal without margins. Nevertheless, doubts remind about the possibility of building up a feminism tailored by the radical democratic project, in a stage in which the political action of such a movement is characterized by categories that are closed and crystallized
Feminism and the sociology of everyday life  [PDF]
Spasi? Ivana A.
Filozofija i Dru?tvo , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/fid0323151s
Abstract: This paper examines the influences of feminist thought on sociological theory and research, refracted through the conceptualization of the sphere of everyday life. It is argued that there are important theoretical affinities between feminism and the sociology of everyday life, as it has developed since mid-20th century. Main feminist contributions to sociological study of everyday life are identified at two levels: substantive (the study of formerly neglected social phenomena, particularly the private sphere), and epistemological (the questioning of positivistic ideals of objective and neutral social science). The position of the feminist theorist Dorothy Smith is selected for a more detailed critical discussion. In the concluding part of the paper some controversial points in the feminist concept of the sociology of everyday life are indicated.
Congenital malformations in Assam  [cached]
Dutta Hemonta,Bhattacharyya N,Sarma J,Kusre Giriraj
Journal of Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons , 2010,
Abstract: Aim : To determine the annual incidence of congenital malformations in Assam and to analyze the data. Materials and Methods : Data regarding babies born with congenital malformations in the state of Assam during the year 2006 were obtained through questionnaires and analyzed. The results were compared with similar Indian data. Results : The overall incidence of congenital malformation was 0.08%. This was considerably lower than similar published data from other states. Five hundred and eleven babies were born with congenital malformations, with 421 (82.4%) having major malformations. Males were affected more than females, 334 (65.4%) vs. 177 (34.6%). The gastrointestinal and genitourinary systems accounted for 26% and 25.8%, respectively. Malformation involving the central nervous system was more common in certain ethnic groups. Conclusions : The incidence of malformations in certain systems was at variance with the data from other states.
The Impact of Feminism on Media Studies - Just Another Commercial Break  [cached]
Helen Baehr
MedieKultur : Journal of Media and Communication Research , 1986,
Abstract: The Impact of Feminism on Media Studies - Just Another Commercial Break
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