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|Title:||'If most men are against us, can we call ourselves feminists?': young people's views of feminism - east and west|
|Citation:||Portal, 2006; 3(2):1-28|
|Publisher:||University of Technology, Sydney, Institute for International Studies|
|Description:||Based on a survey of 1700 largely young middle-class urban dwellers in ten countries in the Asia-Pacific region, this paper explores several dualist constructions of feminism.|
|Appears in Collections:||Gender Studies and Social Analysis publications|
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