Thesis review: Dis/identifications and dis/articulations: young women and feminism in Aotearoa/New Zealand

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Connor, Helene
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2015-02-02
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feminism in Aotearoa / New Zealand
attitudes about feminism by young women
theses reviews
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Connor, H. (2015). Thesis review: Dis/identifications and dis/articulations: young women and feminism in Aotearoa/New Zealand by L. Ashton [Review of the Thesis “I don’t necessarily go out there and tell everyone that I’m a feminist, but I won’t go out there and tell everyone that I’m a musician either”: dis/identifications and dis/articulations: young women and feminism in Aotearoa/New Zealand by L. Ashton]. ePress Theses Review Series (2015/1). ePress Unitec. Retrieved from http://www.unitec.ac.nz/epress.
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In the first of the Theses Review Series Dr Helene Connor reviews the work of Laura Ashton: “I don’t necessarily go out there and tell everyone that I’m a feminist, but I won’t go out there and tell everyone that I’m a musician either”: Dis/identifications and Dis/articulations: Young Women and Feminism in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In this thoroughly researched and skillfully written thesis, the premise is that whilst many young women value the work of the early feminists in terms of gender equality and individual freedom for themselves, only a small number position themselves as feminist.
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