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Being Careful: Progressive Era Women and the Movements for Better Reproductive Health Care
by Patterson, Sarah E., Psy.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2020: 218 pages; 28260798.
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Social movements as sites of knowledge production: Precarious work, the fate of care and activist research in a globalizing Spain
by Casas-Cortes, Maria Isabel, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2009: 535 pages; 3387979.
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Women's Social Change during Political Transformation in MENA: Egypt's Democratization Transition as a Case-Study
by Deejay, Aleksandar, M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2011: 91 pages; 10305795.
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Politics of Funding, Philanthropy & Women's Rights Movements in India: An Ethnography
by Maheshwari, Neelam, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2011: 285 pages; 3475345.
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Reproduciendo Otros Mundos: Indigenous Women’s Struggles against Neo-Extractivism and the Bolivian State
by Rodriguez Fernandez, Gisela Victoria, Ph.D.  Portland State University. 2019: 409 pages; 13901336.
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Understanding Social Movements through Simulations of Anger Contagion in Social Media
by Bacaksizlar, Nazmiye Gizem, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 2019: 103 pages; 13805848.
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Only God Knows the Opposition We Face: The Rhetoric of Nineteenth Century Free Methodist Women's Quest for Ordination
by Mesaros-Winckles, Christy E., Ph.D.  Bowling Green State University. 2012: 173 pages; 10631178.
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“A Purse of Her Own”: Susan B. Anthony’S Fight for the Economic Independence of Women
by Gouldin, Erin, Ph.D.  Notre Dame of Maryland University. 2020: 317 pages; 27959079.
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Contentious Politics on Twitter: A Multi-Method Digital Inquiry of 21st Century Social Movements
by Espinoza-Kulick, Alex Thomas Gray, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2020: 140 pages; 27997222.
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Performing a Social Movement: Theater for Social Change’s Collective Storytelling
by Arnstein, Tammy Beth, Ed.D.  Teachers College, Columbia University. 2020: 251 pages; 27996876.
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Unescorted Guests: Yale's First Women Undergraduates and the Quest for Equity, 1969-1973
by Perkins, Anne G., Ph.D.  University of Massachusetts Boston. 2018: 312 pages; 10787470.
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The New Mobilization from Below: Women's Oil Protests in the Niger Delta, Nigeria
by Strutton, Laine, Ph.D.  New York University. 2014: 265 pages; 3685916.
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Identity-Based Appeals: Explaining Evolution in the Strategic Rhetoric of Social Movements
by Kuhn, Katherine, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2013: 330 pages; 3593107.
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The key to peace is ours: Women's peacebuilding in twenty-first century Colombia
by Paarlberg-Kvam, Katherine S., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2016: 460 pages; 10246927.
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Sex-Selective Abortion in India: Social Structures, Women’s Agency, and Media Discourse
by Kipgen, Josephine, Ph.D.  University of Kansas. 2020: 279 pages; 28029505.
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A challenge to excel: Creating a new image for elite women's colleges in the 1970s
by Hewitt, Vicki L., Ed.D.  University of Pennsylvania. 2015: 175 pages; 3704008.
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The women's history movement in the United States: Professional and political roots of the field, 1922-1987
by Tomas, Jennifer Ellen, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Binghamton. 2012: 502 pages; 3522835.
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