Women, Culture, and Society

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Woman, Culture, and Society, first published in 1974 (Stanford University Press), is a book consisting of 16 papers contributed by female authors and an introduction by the editors Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo and Louise Lamphere. On the heels of the 1960s feminist movement, this book challenged Anthropology's status quo of viewing studied cultures from a male perspective while diminishing female perspectives, even considering women as comparatively imperceptible. It is considered to be a pioneering work.[1][2][3][4][5]

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  1. ^ Heider, Karl G. (2007). Seeing Anthropology: Cultural Anthropology through Film (4th ed.). Boston, MA:: Pearson Education. p. 372. ISBN 0-205-48355-0. 
  2. ^ Schrijvers, J. (Fall 1975). "Woman, Culture, and Society by Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo; Louise Lamphere". Urban Anthropology (The Institute, Inc.) 4 (3): 285–289. JSTOR 40552692. 
  3. ^ Gonzalez, Nancie L. (Oct 4, 1974). "Sex Roles and Cultural Domains". Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science) (4158): 43–44. JSTOR 1738552. 
  4. ^ Chiñas, Beverly (Mar 1975). "Woman, Culture, and Society. Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo; Louise Lamphere". American Anthropologist (American Anthropological Association) 77 (1): 92–93. doi:10.1525/aa.1975.77.1.02a00180. JSTOR 674082.  Alternate title on Wiley-Blackwell website (click DOI): General, Applied and Theoretical: Woman, Culture, and Society. Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo and Louise Lamphere, eds
  5. ^ Martin, M. Kay (March 1976). "Woman, Culture, and Society by Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo; Louise Lamphere". Contemporary Sociology (American Sociological Association) 5 (2): 133–134. doi:10.2307/2062931. JSTOR 2062931.