This book examines the emergence of gender consciousness among women as a significant force in American politics. The author bases her argument on an in-depth empirical analysis of data derived from the U.S. biennial National Election studies of 1974 to 1984, the year of the emergence of the so-called gender gap. The author discusses the fact that while feminism is central to womens' political orientation, the simple awareness of gender differences and group consciousness is a powerful force of change.Let learners discover this on their own by writing a short essay of three to four paragraphs titled, aOnce I Was Upset.a Instruct learners, aDescribe ... The first lesson is intended solely as an introduction to the subject of human emotions. Use youranbsp;...
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