Changing Gender Relations – A History
Henderson, Deborah J. (1996) Changing Gender Relations – A History. In Hoepper, Brian A., Henderson, Deborah J., Hennessey, J., Hutton, D., & Mitchell, S. (Eds.) Inquiry 2 : a source-based approach to modern history. John Wiley and Sons, Milton, Qld, pp. 333-393.
This chapter provides a history of feminism from the late nineteenth century to the mid 1990s via critical inquiry and is written for students in years 11 and 12. It commences with the Suffragette movement in the UK and also explores briefly early feminism in the USA. It explores in detail first wave, second wave and third wave feminism in Australia. It also breifly examines the development of feminism in third world nations. The men's movement in response to feminism is examined. This chapter provides students with the opportunity to explore a wide range of sources using skills of comprehension, analysis, interpretation, evaluation and decision making. The source-based approach leads students towards independent learning and the development of crucial history skills.
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