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If you're browsing the bookshelves, see call numbers
HQ1 -- HQ2044 [The Family. Marriage. Women.]


Newest titles in the Library

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A History of Women in America
Call Number: HQ1410 .C675 2012
A History of Women in America integrates the stories of women in America with the national narrative of American history. The authors use accessible language and primary sources. Major ethnic groups, such as Hispanic, Latina, Chicana, and Asian women, are included.

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Women's Rights in the USA
Call Number: HQ1236.5.U6 M392 2011
ISBN: 9780415804523
The US Constitution -- Political participation -- Reproduction -- Educaiton -- Family -- Work and pay -- Work and family -- Sexuality : regulation -- Sexuality : intimidation -- Economic status

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Big Girls Don't Cry: The Election That Changed Everything for American Women
Call Number: JK276 2008 .T73 2010
ISBN: 1439150281
Hillary is us -- Spousal supports -- Campaigning while female -- Five days in January -- The most restricting forces -- All about their mothers -- Boys on the bus -- Things to do in Denver if you're female -- Enter Palin -- Pop culture warriors -- The next wave is here -- The aftermath

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Getting Even: Why Women Don't Get Paid Like Men-- and What To Do About It
Call Number: HD6060.5.U5 M87 2005
ISBN: 074325466X
pt. 1: Why not a dollar? -- The personal cost of the wage gap : a second-class life -- pt. 2: Now add discrimination -- Cents and sensibilities -- Plain old discrimination -- Wage discrimination by sexual harassment -- Women's work -- Everyday discrimination : working while female -- Working while mother : the mommy penalty -- pt. 3: Getting even -- No more excuses -- Starting to get even -- Women, working from the inside up -- CEOs, working from the top down -- All of us, working from the outside in.

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The Cinderella Test: Would You Really Want the Shoe to Fit?
Call Number: HQ1206 .M267 2009
ISBN: 0313379246
Subtle ways women are seduced and socialized into servitude and stereotypes. Will the "real" Cinderella please stand up? -- Growing up with fairy tales -- The silencing of Cinderella's voice -- Examining influences from the past -- Cinderella's sexuality -- Women's relationships -- Leading a self- or other-determined life?

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Sex and Gender
Call Number: BF692.2 .A72 2002
ISBN: 0521635330
Commonsense beliefs and psychological research strategies -- Stereotypes, attitudes, and personal attributes -- Origins -- Developmental influences -- Sexuality : psychophysiology, psychoanalysis, and social construction -- Aggression, violence, and power -- Fear, anxiety, and mental health -- The domestic sphere -- Work, education, and occupational achievement -- Looking back and looking ahead.

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When Everything Changed: The Amazing Journey of American Women from 1960 to the Present
Call Number: HQ1421 .C64 2010
ISBN: 0316014044
Chronicles the revolution of women's civil rights throughout the past half century, drawing on oral history and research in a variety of disciplines while celebrating Hillary Clinton's recent presidential campaign.

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Airborne Dreams: "Nisei" Stewardesses and Pan American World Airways
Call Number: HE9803.P36 Y36 2011
ISBN: 0822348500
This absorbing account of Pan Am’s “Nisei” stewardess program suggests that the Japanese American (and later other Asian and Asian American) stewardesses were meant to enhance the airline’s image of exotic cosmopolitanism and worldliness. As its corporate archives demonstrate, Pan Am marketed itself as an iconic American company pioneering new frontiers of race, language, and culture.


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There are hundreds of e-book titles available
that provide content on WOMEN'S STUDIES and FEMINISM.
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Governing the Female Body
Call Number: E-BOOK
ISBN: 9781438429533
Accessing e-books from the Hawaii Voyager book record, click the link "ACCESS FOR HONCC STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF."

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Before They Could Vote: American Women's Autobiographical Writing, 1819-1919
Call Number: E-BOOK
ISBN: 0299220540
"The life narratives in this collection are by ethnically diverse women of energy and ambition—some well known, some forgotten over generations—who confronted barriers of gender, class, race, and sexual difference as they pursued or adapted to adventurous new lives in a rapidly changing America."

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The F Word: How We Learned to Swear by Feminism
Call Number: E-BOOK
ISBN: 0868408239
"When it comes to the work/life balance, modern women continually find themselves in a no-win situation where they are criticized regardless of the path they choose. The F Word argues that the pervasive idea that women will never be able to effectively combine work or interests outside the home with marriage, a social life, and parenting is false."

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Fifty Key Concepts in Gender Studies
Call Number: E-BOOK
ISBN: 0761970363
"The level of detail offered encourages understanding of gender studies without sacrificing depth detail and critical evaluation essential to convey the complexity of the issues dealt with."

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Body Panic: Gender, Health, and the Selling of Fitness
ISBN: 0814719686
"While women and body image are often studied together, Body Panic considers both women's and men's bodies side-by-side and over time in order to offer a more in-depth understanding of this pervasive cultural trend."

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Home Truths: Gender, Domestic Objects and Everyday Life
Call Number: E-BOOK
ISBN: 1859736912
"Explores material and sensory spaces of the home to uncover how gender roles are performed. Sarah Pink shows how everyday items ranging from perfumes to soap powder imprint and reinforce daily experiences and identity."


Useful Subject Terms

women's rights
women's studies
feminism / feminists
feminist theory
gender / identity
sex differences
sex roles
women executives
crimes against women;
abused women
minority women
women in politics
women in the military

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