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This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to. .by Rhoda E. Reddock (Author). The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism. ISBN-13: 978-1856491532.
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Rhoda Reddock (born 7 June 1953) is a Trinidadian educator and social .
Rhoda Reddock (born 7 June 1953) is a Trinidadian educator and social activist. Reddock's activism and dedication to academics has been recognized on a national and international level.
Her numerous publications include: Women, Labour and Politics in Trinidad and Tobago: A History, Zed Books .
In this paper I explore the emergence of women& organizations and feminist consciousness in the twentieth century in the English-speaking (Commonwealth) Caribbean.
the broadest level, the literature is divided between those who argue that women were victims of the indentured system, as they suffered 'multiple oppression' and were subjected to 'sexploitation' and 'ultraexploitation', and that theirs was a story of 'freedom denied' (. Beall, 1982; Poynting, 1994; and Reddock, 1986)and those who argue that indenture allowed women to escape from a. hierarchical and exploitative social system in India (. Emmer, 1985 and Northrup, 1995). While there is evidence that some women were sexually and otherwise exploited.
Author of Women, labour and struggle in 20th century Trinidad and Tobago, 1898-1960 , Women, labour & politics in Trinidad . National liberation and women's liberation.
Author of Women, labour and struggle in 20th century Trinidad and Tobago, 1898-1960 , Women, labour & politics in Trinidad & Tobago, Caribbean Sociology, Reflections on gender and democracy in the Anglophone Caribbean, National liberation and women's liberation, Women and family in the Caribbean, Interrogating Caribbean masculinities. Women and family in the Caribbean. Interrogating Caribbean masculinities.
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