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Title The Journals Of The Invisible Woman
Author Invisible Man
Publisher Lulu Press, Inc
Release Date 2020-08-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781999660437
Language English, Spanish, and French
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THE JOURNALS OF AN INVISIBLE WOMAN Following on from the previous journals we see the mantle handed from the Invisible Man to a brilliant, smart and able young woman, who proves to be as effective an adversary to the New Order as her mentor and idol, the Invisible Man. If you have read the first three journals you will never suspect who the woman is. Working with the former US President and the ex-Head of the FBI she manages to infiltrate the New Order and whilst posing as a dizzy blonde save the ex-President’s family and help start the Knight’s Templar, a group of men and women dedicated to stopping the New Order hits on the Knights of the Round Table. Not only does the Invisible Woman discover threats from the New Order in America as well as Europe, but she also discovers herself; that a nobody is often more effective invisible than the mouthpiece at the front.

The Invisible Woman by Isabelle Baudino

Title The Invisible Woman
Author Isabelle Baudino
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2017-03-02
Category History
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9781351887359
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Most social historians writing about working women in pre-nineteenth century Britain have tended to concentrate on fairly large groups, such as factory workers or domestic servants, often in an attempt to reach some conclusions regarding their standards of living and social position. Another approach has lead feminist historians to search for underlying causes of women's exploitation through the locus of class and gender. Without ignoring these crucial issues, this volume written by cultural historians takes a slightly different approach, focusing on the status of small, sometimes tiny, groups of women holding marginal positions in the labour market, and often employed on an irregular basis. Women such as housekeepers, nurses, camp followers, governesses, actresses and musicians, to take some of the cases examined in this volume, generally did not have stable, permanent employment. Even female tradesmen often only worked for short periods of their lives. The temporary, unreliable character of such work can be partly related to the changing needs of women at different periods of their lives, but it also has much to do the status of women's work in eighteenth century British society. Providing case-studies of women's work in three different environments - middle and upper class households, male dominated communities and societies and the world of the arts - this collection asks fresh questions about women's aspirations and identity at various levels of society. In comparing and contrasting these varying spheres of female employment, this book throws in sharp relief the contrasting attitude to women's work inside and outside the home, and how the latter was often regarded as having a potentially destabilising and transgressive effect on British society.

Invisible Woman by Ika Hügel-Marshall

Title Invisible Woman
Author Ika Hügel-Marshall
Publisher Peter Lang
Release Date 2008
Category Social Science
Total Pages 155
ISBN 1433102781
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Invisible Woman: Growing Up Black in Germany, republished in a new annotated edition, recounts Ika Hügel-Marshall's experiences growing up as the daughter of a white German woman and an African-American man after World War II. As an «occupation baby», born in a small German town in 1947, Ika has a double stigma: Not only has she been born out of wedlock, but she is also Black. Although loved by her mother, Ika's experiences with German society's reaction to her skin color resonate with the insidiousness of racism, thus instilling in her a longing to meet her biological father. When she is seven, the state places her into a church-affiliated orphanage far away from where her mother, sister, and stepfather live. She is exposed to the scorn and cruelty of the nuns entrusted with her care. Despite the institutionalized racism, Ika overcomes these hurdles, and finally, when she is in her forties, she locates her father with the help of a good friend and discovers that she has a loving family in Chicago.

Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez

Title Invisible Women
Author Caroline Criado Perez
Publisher Abrams
Release Date 2019-03-12
Category Social Science
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9781683353140
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Data is fundamental to the modern world. From economic development, to healthcare, to education and public policy, we rely on numbers to allocate resources and make crucial decisions. But because so much data fails to take into account gender, because it treats men as the default and women as atypical, bias and discrimination are baked into our systems. And women pay tremendous costs for this bias, in time, money, and often with their lives. Celebrated feminist advocate Caroline Criado Perez investigates shocking root cause of gender inequality and research in Invisible Women†‹, diving into women’s lives at home, the workplace, the public square, the doctor’s office, and more. Built on hundreds of studies in the US, the UK, and around the world, and written with energy, wit, and sparkling intelligence, this is a groundbreaking, unforgettable exposé that will change the way you look at the world.

The Invisible Woman by Ursula Trüper

Title The Invisible Woman
Author Ursula Trüper
Publisher BASLER AFRIKA BIBLIOGRAPHIEN
Release Date 2006
Category Bible
Total Pages 118
ISBN 3905141914
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Making the Invisible Woman Visible
Author Anne Firor Scott
Publisher University of Illinois Press
Release Date 1984
Category History
Total Pages 387
ISBN 0252011236
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Do It Like A Woman by Caroline Criado-Perez

Title Do It Like a Woman
Author Caroline Criado-Perez
Publisher Portobello Books
Release Date 2015-05-07
Category Social Science
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781846275807
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Doing anything 'like a woman' used to be an insult. Now, as the women in this book show, it means being brave, speaking out, and taking risks, changing the world one step at a time. Here, campaigner and journalist Caroline Criado-Perez introduces us to a host of pioneers, including a female fighter pilot in Afghanistan; a Chilean revolutionary; the Russian punks who rocked against Putin; and the Iranian journalist who uncovered her hair.

Title Journal of Women s History Guide to Periodical Literature
Author Gayle V. Fischer
Publisher Indiana University Press
Release Date 1992
Category Reference
Total Pages 501
ISBN 0253207207
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Gayle V. Fischer has produced a terrifically useful volume that no research library should be without." âe"The Journal of American History "... an indispensable resource to finding material on womenâe(tm)s history throughout the world." âe"Journal of World History "... the work is recommended for its currency, depth of coverage, and scope." âe"Ethnic Forum As part of its mission to disseminate feminist scholarship and serve as the journal of record for the new area of womenâe(tm)s history, the Journal of Womenâe(tm)s History began a compilation of periodical literature dealing with womenâe(tm)s history. This volume is drawn from more than 750 journals and includes material published from 1980 through 1990. There are forty subject categories and numerous subcategories. The guide lists more than 5,500 articles; all are extensively cross-listed.

The Invisible Woman by Joan Abramson

Title The Invisible Woman
Author Joan Abramson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1975
Category Sex discrimination
Total Pages 248
ISBN 0875892566
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Scientific American
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1889
Category Science
Total Pages 86
ISBN CORNELL:31924071607323
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cold War Women by Helen Laville

Title Cold War Women
Author Helen Laville
Publisher Manchester University Press
Release Date 2002
Category History
Total Pages 220
ISBN 0719058562
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For too long, American women have been hidden in the history of the Cold War. In Cold War Women Helen Laville recovers their significance by examining the activities and ambitions of American women's organisations in the long period of uneasy peace. After the Second World War, women around the globe claimed that to avoid more death and devastation in the Atomic Age, they must promote internationalism and strive together for a peaceful future. However, as the Cold War escalated, American women abandoned the internationalist outlook of their foreign sisters in favour of solidarity with their national brothers. Far from being advocates of internationalism, many of these women became active agents for Americanism. This fascinating study will be invaluable to those in the field of gender and women's history, cultural studies and American history.

Title The Invisible Woman Gender Crime and Justice
Author Joanne Belknap
Publisher Nelson Education
Release Date 2014-02-20
Category Social Science
Total Pages 656
ISBN 9781305175730
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The definitive text for the course, Belknap’s THE INVISIBLE WOMAN: GENDER, CRIME, AND JUSTICE covers women and the criminal justice system with a focus on three major areas: (1) female offenders and their treatment by the criminal justice system; (2) female victims of crime; and (3) female employees of the agencies of the criminal justice system. Thoroughly updated with new research and statistics, the fourth edition covers such timely and important topics as restorative justice, gender-responsive programming, sex trafficking, pathways research, Intimate Partner Abuse (IPA)/Domestic Violence (DV), and stalking. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Title Women with Visible and Invisible Disabilities
Author Martha Banks
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2014-01-14
Category Psychology
Total Pages 414
ISBN 9781317718819
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This thoughtful collection addresses the issues faced by women with disabilities, examines the social construction of disability, and makes suggestions for the development and modification of culturally relevant therapy to meet the needs of disabled women. Written in an accessible style with a minimum of jargon, this book provides clinical material from the perspectives of psychotherapists, clients, personal assistants, and health administrators. Women with Visible and Invisible Disabilities also highlights the importance of considering age, ethnicity, and sexual orientation in its examination of feminist approaches to assessment, psychotherapy, disability management (coping), and discusses how the Americans with Disabilities Act impacts employment and education for women.

The Invisible Woman by Joanne Belknap

Title The Invisible Woman
Author Joanne Belknap
Publisher Wadsworth Publishing Company
Release Date 2007
Category Social Science
Total Pages 513
ISBN UOM:39015064863460
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The definitive text for the course, Belknap covers women and the criminal justice system with a focus on three major areas: (1) female offenders and their treatment by the criminal justice system; (2) female victims of crime; and (3) female employees of the agencies of the criminal justice system.

Title Invisible Women in Transitional Times
Author Debra Pozega Osburn
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2001
Category Nineteen fifties
Total Pages 500
ISBN MSU:31293023161338
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Invisible Woman by Herbert Quick

Title The Invisible Woman
Author Herbert Quick
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1925
Category Frontier and pioneer life
Total Pages 488
ISBN OXFORD:N10438635
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title In the Land of Invisible Women
Author Qanta Ahmed,
Publisher Sourcebooks, Inc.
Release Date 2008-09-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 464
ISBN 9781402220036
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"In this stunningly written book, a Western trained Muslim doctor brings alive what it means for a woman to live in the Saudi Kingdom. I've rarely experienced so vividly the shunning and shaming, racism and anti-Semitism, but the surprise is how Dr. Ahmed also finds tenderness at the tattered edges of extremism, and a life-changing pilgrimage back to her Muslim faith." - Gail Sheehy The decisions that change your life are often the most impulsive ones. Unexpectedly denied a visa to remain in the United States, Qanta Ahmed, a young British Muslim doctor, becomes an outcast in motion. On a whim, she accepts an exciting position in Saudi Arabia. This is not just a new job; this is a chance at adventure in an exotic land she thinks she understands, a place she hopes she will belong. What she discovers is vastly different. The Kingdom is a world apart, a land of unparralled contrast. She finds rejection and scorn in the places she believed would most embrace her, but also humor, honesty, loyalty and love. And for Qanta, more than anything, it is a land of opportunity. A place where she discovers what it takes for one woman to recreate herself in the land of invisible women.

Title Gender Ethnicity and Health Research
Author Sana Loue
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date 2007-05-08
Category Medical
Total Pages 195
ISBN 9780306475696
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Health researchers routinely evaluate health and illness across subgroups defined by their sex, gender, ethnicity, and race. All too often, these classifications are proffered as an explanation for any differences that may be detected, for example, in access to care, frequency of disease, or response to treatment. Relatively few researchers, however, have examined what these classifications mean on a theoretical level or in the context of their own research. Assume, for example, that a researcher concludes from his or her data that African- Americans utilize certain surgical procedures less frequently than whites. This conclusion may mean little without an examination of the various underlying issues. Is there such a construct as race at all? How were whites and African-Americans classified as such? Does this finding reflect inappropriate overutilization of the specific procedures among whites or inappropriate underutilization among African-Americans? To what extent are socioeconomic status and method of payment related to the less frequent use? Are there differences in the manner in which health care providers present the various treatment options to whites and to African- Americans that could account for these differences in utilization? Are there differences in health care-seeking and health care preferences between the two groups that would explain the difference in utilization? Is the racial classification a surrogate measure for another variable that has remained unidentified and unmeasured? All too often, unfortunately, such issues are ignored or lightly dismissed with an entreaty for additional research.

The Invisible Woman by Helen Walmsley-Johnson

Title The Invisible Woman
Author Helen Walmsley-Johnson
Publisher Icon Books Ltd
Release Date 2015-06-04
Category Social Science
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781848318458
Language English, Spanish, and French
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‘Stylish and wittily written ... a brilliant read that should encourage us all to challenge the cult of youth, and learn to love ourselves a little more along the way.’ My Weekly There’s nothing middle-of-the-road about middle age. From coping with bodies that are ‘heading south’ to rampant ageism in the workplace, this time in our lives, in the words of Bette Davis, ‘is no place for sissies’. From family, finances and work to cosmetics, fashion and sex, 60-year-old Helen Walmsley-Johnson – the irrepressible voice behind the much-loved Guardian column ‘The Vintage Years’ – shows, with warmth and a wicked sense of humour, how we can reinvent middle age for the next generation of women.