Closing the Gap

Closing the Gap

Exploring the History of Gender Relations

Book - 2002
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Today's patriarchal societies have their roots in antiquity, a time when matrilineal societies gradually gave way to ancient civilizations in which men were granted more and more importance and power--and women were made not only subordinate, but also gradually separated from realms of the "male." In Closing the Gap, , Allerd Stikker argues that the male/female duality we still perceive has resulted in a loss of coherence and integrity for all people--and that only the unity and interdependence of the sexes can preserve a sustainable human society on our planet.
Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press : Salomé, c2002
ISBN: 9789053565742
9053565744
Characteristics: 287 p. : ill. ; 23 cm

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