Young women in the contemporary Australian women’s movement: collective identity, discursive politics and “postsocialist” dilemmas
[Introduction]: In the mid to late 1990s the Australian women’s movement was consumed by suggestions of inter-generational warfare that distracted movement actors from some important tasks. Questions were raised about the presence and visibility of young women in the movement. Assertions that some forms of feminist praxis were ‘good’, and some were not, undervalued the value of the important work being done in this ‘between the waves’ moment. In this paper I contend that young women are playing...[Show more]
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