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미국 여성운동의 세대간 "단절"과 종교적 배경
Discontinuous Period of American Women`s Movement and Its Religious Background

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Authors
최연정
Issue Date
2006
Publisher
서울대학교 종교학연구회
Citation
종교학연구, Vol.25, 2006, pp.67-91
Keywords
여성해방운동; 종교와 여성운동; 페미니즘과 여성학
Abstract
Religion has almost always been subject to criticism in the existing feminist studies. This dissertation is to illuminate the influence of religion on the women's movement through the explanation for discontinuous period (1920-1963) of American women's movement. Above all things, 'True Womanhood' and 'Domesticity' was the important ideological bases of the lst wave feminism. And the Protestantism that combined intellectual enlightenment and liberalism had influenced on the growth and the elevation of these values. Christian domesticity represented by the cult of the true womanhood guaranteed women activity area, and the l st wave feminists developed
women's movement focusing on the moral crusade within this Christian limit.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/5177
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